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May 8, 2015

FOW Post Trade – May 11th | Discount for Readers

Come and hear a sterling line up of speakers and save money at the same time

The latest FOW Post Trade is happening on Monday afternoon (11th), see the form below for special discounts on tickets.

14.00 Welcome Address

14.10 Keynote Address
Simon Puleston-Jones, CEO, FIA Europe

14.30 Building a new business model for clearing

With the introduction of mandatory OTC clearing around the corner there remain unanswered questions over both the cost of capital, default contributions and the fee structure of client clearing. This panel will
provide an analysis of the challenges and opportunities in the new world of clearing and answer how the current model needs to change.
• How should a bank’s portfolio impact capital usage?
• How does an agency model change how clients are charged?
• How will smaller players compete?
• What is the new business model for clearing?
• What new technologies are key to the new business model?

Moderator: Richard Wilkinson, Director, Contango
Silas Findley, EMEA Head – Futures, Clearing and Collateral, Citi
Eugene Stanfield, Managing Director, Head of Derivatives Execution & Clearing, Commerzbank
Alexander Jacobs, Global Head of OTC Clearing, ABN AMRO Clearing
Maxime Jeanniard, Product Manager, OpenGamma

15.30 Coffee break

15.50pm Collateral identification, allocation and mobilisation

The collateral squeeze has long been publicised and its implications understood. However, as mandatory OTC clearing approaches, the processes of identification, allocation and mobilisation of collateral move from theory to implementation. This panel will ask what processes and
protocols banks and brokers need to have in place to meet the demands of the new world.
• What new technology requirements will banks and brokers face?
• Is collateral velocity the bottleneck?
• What are the collateral implications of the new uncleared margin
regime?
• How will the individual seg model impact collateral?

Moderator: David Field, Managing Director, The Field Effect
Mark Higgins, Managing Director, Global Collateral Services, BNY Mellon
Jonathan Willder, Global Head of Market & Regulatory Initiatives – Clearing & Collateral, Deutsche Bank
John Wilson, Managing Director, Strategy & Business Development, Tradition

16.45pm Think tank: Middle to back office technology

The automation of the middle and back office will dominate investment over the next five years. But with different parts of the trade cycle moving at different speeds, there will inevitably be bottlenecks that undermine the automation process. This interactive session will provide the opportunity for delegates to identify areas of concern and the panel to address them.
• Where are firms investing today across the middle and back office?
• Where are the inefficiencies in the middle and back office?
• How to automate and future proof trade reporting?
• How are attitudes to outsourcing changes? What remains proprietary?

Moderator: Bill Hodgson, Editor, The OTC Space
David Pearson, Head of Post Trade Strategy, Fidessa
Ryan McElvogue, SVP Product Strategy, Deutsche Boerse
Rohit Khandelwal, Global Programme Manager- F&O Backoffice IT, Nomura

17:40 Closing remarks

17:45 Drinks reception


For readers of OTC Space, you will receive a £50 discount for one ticket and a £350 discount for three tickets, make your enquiry below which will go direct to FOW.


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