Global Funding and Financing (GFF) Summit

Global Funding and Financing (GFF) Summit

Luxembourg
30-01 February 2018
www.clearstream.com/
Over the last two decades, Clearstream has established one of the major international events for the secured funding and securities financing industry. The Global Funding and Financing (GFF) Summit will take place from Tuesday, 30 January, to Thursday, 1 February 2018, at Luxembourg Congrès, 1, rue du Fort Thüngen in Luxembourg.

Deutsche Börse Group’s GFF Summit combines the expertise of Clearstream Banking, Eurex Clearing and Eurex Repo across the entire lifecycle of collateral management with the market experience of speakers from leading market players. Benefit from panel discussions on trends and challenges in global funding and financing as well as from networking opportunities at this key global event!

The Summit's agenda includes presentations on repo and securities lending markets as well as on key areas of regulatory reform that are impacting both buy- and sell-side counterparties. Explore some of the market innovations that have been designed to increase collateral efficiency and improve access to market liquidity!

Following closed-door sessions, the Summit will formally begin on Tuesday, 30 January 2018, with an evening reception (GFF Bar) and finish on Thursday, 1 February 2018, at 2 p.m. CET.

As in previous years, participation is strictly by invitation only due to capacity restrictions.
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