Key Sessions At Europe's Leading Clearing and Settlement Conference Included:
Update From European Commission On Current Capital Markets Developments. An A-Z Of All That is In The Pipeline
This vital session will be delivered by Patrick Pearson - Head of Financial Markets Infrastructure in the European Commission’s Internal Market Directorate General. He is heading the team that is responsible for regulating OTC derivatives and clearing and settlement.
Impacts On The Infrastructure. How Is Each Market Segment Getting Ready For T2S?
Brokers, CSDs, Central Banks, Custodians - what are they all doing to prepare? And how has the Euro-Crisis impacted readiness? This interactive polling panel will enabled you to see how you are shaping up to your peers...
NEW RESEARCH: Legal Entity Identifiers And Counterparty Risk
Professor of Financial Economics
LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Alistair Milne is Professor of Financial Economics at the School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University, UK. He is also a visiting scholar at the Monetary Policy and Research Department of the Bank of Finland. Previously he was senior lecturer and reader in banking and finance at Cass Business School, City University of London; economic adviser to the Financial Intermediaries Division of the Bank of England; lecturer in economics at the University of Surrey, research fellow at London Business School, and a macroeconomist working for HM Treasury and for the Government of Malawi. He is the author of a comprehensive account of the global credit crisis “The Fall of the House of Credit” (Cambridge University Press, July 2009).
OTC Clearing – Examining Capital & Operational Efficiencies
One of the hot topics right now...and likely to get even hotter as the year goes on. Are you up to speed with how this fast moving area is evolving?
Custodians Becoming CSDs – What Are The Implications? And What Does This Mean To Consolidation Now?
The latest structural shift in the market - how will this play out? The jury is still out on whether this is good or bad for the market. This is your chance to hear from the experts and join in the debate...