Deluge or Drought in Liquidity Markets? | A One Day Conference on Feb 6th
This event will address the issues of greatest concern for firms: collateral availability, strategies to comply with regulations and dispute management. 20% discount for OTCS readers, see code within this article.
How new regulations are transforming collateral management
America Square Conference Centre, London EC3, Friday 6th February – see discount code for OTCS readers below.
The fallout of regulatory reform for most banks and capital market participants has transformed collateral management into a complex, costly exercise involving higher volumes of collateral, increased margin calls and interaction with counterparties. This event will address the issues of greatest concern for firms: collateral availability, strategies to comply with regulations and dispute management. The new regulations will result in wholesale changes to how OTC derivatives are settled, collateralised and reported. Collateral management onceconsidered a support function is gaining in both popularity and importance.
This conference should be attended by Chief Executive Officers, Chief Risk Officers, Vice Presidents, Directors and Heads of: Collateral Management; Collateral Trading; Repo Trading; HFT; Counterparty Risk; Operations; OTC Derivatives; Securities Lending and Borrowing; Middle/Back Office; Equity/Fixed Income; Hedge Funds; Asset Management Houses, as well as Economists and professionals serving the banking industries.
OTCS readers can save 20% on the ticket price by using the code COMOTC and contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1483 479331, or print the application form below containing the code and send to the organisers.
- Round Table: What does the future hold for derivatives clearing?
- Panel Debate: Clearing repo across a CCP – the future of the European repo and stock lending markets
- Keynote Panel: Deluge or drought in the liquidity markets – will there be a global collateral shortage?
- Round Table: Protecting collateral held by a CCP: evaluating the different segregation models available under EMIR
- The Academic’s View – The economics of collateral – how do collateral management structures differ between banks and derivative market infrastructures?
- Round Table: Best practice on collateral transformation – what constitutes eligible collateral? The hidden costs for pension and insurance companies when transforming portfolios into eligible collateral
- Panel Debate: How to achieve optimal collateral management whilst complying with new regulations
- Closing Remarks: What next for collateral management? How to navigate through the growing minefield of regulations
• Ted Allen, Head of Collateral Product Management, SunGard
• Ron Anderson, Emeritus Professor of Finance, London School of Economics
• Tony Baldwin, Co-Head of Fixed Income, Daiwa Capital Markets, Europe
• Xavier Bouthors, Senior Treasury Investment Manager, ING Investment Management
• Nicholas Chaudry, Head of OTC Client Clearing, Commerzbank
• Gary Clunie, Executive Director, UBS Investment Administration
• Marco Diolosa, Head of Rates & Derivatives, Pension Insurance Corporation
• Nathan Evans, Senior Product Manager, Repo & Securities Financing, Six Securities Services
• Jamie Gavin, Director, Prime Clearing Services, Societe Generale Newedge
• Barry Hadingham, Head of Derivatives & Counterparty Risk, Aviva Investors
• Mark Higgins, Head of EMEA Business Development, BNY Mellon Global
• Andy Hill, Director of Market Practice & Regulatory Policy, International Capital Markets Association (ICMA)
• Stephen Loosley, Partner, Catalyst
• Grigorios Markouizos, Global Head of Fixed Income Finance, Citigroup
• Lee McCormack, Executive Director Client Clearing & Business Development, Nomura
• Kevin McNulty, Chief Executive, The International Securities Lending Association
• Caroline Meinertz, Partner, Financial Regulatory Group, Clifford Chance LLP
• Ed Oliver, Senior Vice President, Product Development, eSecLending
• Neill Pattinson, Head of Derivatives Clearing Services EMEA, HSBC
• Patrick Pearson, Directorate General Internal Market Services, Head of Financial Markets Infrastructure, European Commission
• Michael Hume, Head of Capital Markets Division, Bank of England
• Philip Simons, Global Head of Sales & Marketing Clients & Markets, Eurex Clearing
• Richard Wilding, Deputy Head of Business Development Clients & Markets, Eurex Clearing
• Neil Wright, Director, Sapient Global Markets