11th Annual Collateral Management Forum

11th Annual Collateral Management Forum

Amsterdam
5-6 October 2017
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Join us at the 11th Annual Collateral Management Forum to stay up to date on all the latest issues and developments in the industry. Discover the new margin landscape and review the first six months of uncleared margin rules. Find out how Brexit will change the industry, prepare for MiFID II and more – all with our expert speakers who bring insights and experience from the front lines.

New insights on margin requirements, by ING
Considerations for the implementation of uncleared margin requirements
• New agreement hierarchies •
• New margining process •
• New tri-party relationships •
• Automation of the VM and IM margin process •


Different perspectives on the new CCP landscape and its impact on the buy-side in the
Panel Discussion:

The new CCP landscape
• Role of clearing brokers and their impact on the buy side •
• Changes to the buy-side approach •
• What are the risks? •
• New services in CCP •
• Recovery and Resolution Planning for CCPs •


2 parallel interactive workshops
Special Knot Slot session
ABN presentation on EMIR regulation
Insight from the USA on the Uncleared Margin Regulation topic
and much more can be found in the program.


Upcoming events
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October 2017
5-6
Join us at the 11th Annual Collateral Management Forum to stay up to date on all the latest issues and developments in the industry.
34th Annual RMA Conference on Securities Lending
The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, Florida
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9 - 12
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12
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November 2017
9-10
The newly emerging FinTech solutions along with the implementation of this year's non-cleared margin rules and the aftermath of the changes are among the most important talking points within Collateral Management for this year.
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US Volcker Rule not fit for purpose, says SIFMA
22 September 2017 | New York | Reporter: Drew Nicol
The US Volcker Rule is too broad, excessively complex, and uniquely prescriptive, according to the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association
Pension fund mandate for BNP Paribas
22 September 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
BNP Paribas has been appointed to provide global custody for £3 billion in pension fund assets for the West Sussex Pension Fund
Pirum joins South African securities lending association
21 September 2017 | Johannesburg | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Pirum Systems has joined the South African Securities Lending Association
AcadiaSoft expands user base for IM compliance
21 September 2017 | Massachusetts | Reporter: Drew Nicol
The second phase of the IM rules went live on 1 September under the regulatory framework of BCBS and IOSCO
FCA takes pragmatic approach to MiFID II deadline
20 September 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
The UK’s financial conduct authority has indicated it will accept a soft roll out of the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive in January
EquiLend and Trax partner for SFTR solution
20 September 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Trax and EquiLend are joining forces to tackle SFTR reporting requirement with a a full front-to-back solution for mutual clients
Ten-year T2S saga comes to an end
19 Septemeber 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
The Target2-Securities pan-European harmonised settlement platform is finally fully operational, as the Spanish and Baltic markets completed their migration yesterday
Features
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ESMA has set about tackling the thorny issue of conflict of interests within central counterparties under EMIR, with the help of industry participants. Jenna Lomax examines the industry’s responses to the consultation
For those on the front lines of the securities lending industry it’s easy to forget that, for beneficial owners, the trials and tribulations of regulatory compliance and the ever-raging debate around the use of central counterparties (CCPs) are only of passing concern
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Mirae Asset Securities (USA) is now operational in the securities lending, repo, foreign research distribution, corporate access and agency execution businesses.
Experts debate whether equities as collateral will ever be acceptable
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eSecLending is preparing to publish the third edition of its Best Practices for Securities Lending whitepaper. Here, the agent lender provides a preview
Lenders that have the ability to adapt their lending programme in line with the industry’s ongoing evolution can expect to be the biggest beneficiaries, says Sunil Daswani of Northern Trust
More efficient collateral allocations and better informed trading decisions are possible by improving visibility and understanding costs, says Pirum’s Robert Frost
Country profiles
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Zubair Nizami, head of Asian securities lending trading at Brown Brothers Harriman talks to Drew Nicol about the state of the industry in the region
Being an exciting emerging market is all well and good, but how long can that status really apply before interest wanes? India is doing its best not to find out
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Hugh Leonard, director of repo sales at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, explains how the Australian market has excelled in recent years
Securities lending is in a strong place in Australia. Dane Fannin, head of capital markets in the Asia Pacific at Northern Trust, explains the available opportunities
Federico Ortega Gilly of Mexico’s Nacional Financiera explains why his country’s securities lending market is ripe for foreign investment
Russia’s National Settlement Depository has had a busy year making its securities finance market more robust and attractive to outside investors. The CSD’s Alina Akchurina explains the innovations being implemented
South Africa’s securities lending industry is on the verge of embracing a modern T+3 settlement cycle that could boost the country’s market
Experts on Canada’s securities lending industry discuss the market’s qualities compared to others, finding it to be a strong source of HQLAs
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