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Manually intensive post-trade processes continue to act as a drag on the performance of those institutions active in trading derivatives. This fourth event in the Derivatives Trading Forum series will look at what firms are doing to address this issue, and how automation could pave the way to greater efficiency and lower costs.
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This is an ISDA Virtual Conference:
- Registration for this conference is complimentary
- Event will be live on December 7, 2021 from 9:00 AM – 12:35 PM EST | Timezone Converter
- Miss part of the event or aren’t able to watch live? The recording will be available to registrants until January 7, 2022
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Tuesday, December 7, 2021Print Agenda Derivatives Trading Forum: Post-trade Operations, Services & Technology for
9:00 AM Opening Remarks Scott O’Malia
9:05 AM Keynote Address Jennifer Robertson
A discussion on developments in the regulation of post-trade services and the impact of technology.Jennifer Robertson, Acting Head of Unit, Financial Markets Infrastructure, European Commission
9:25 AM Getting the Basics Right
Firms active in derivatives markets are increasingly turning to automation to increase efficiencies and reduce costs associated with their post-trade operations. Which areas are most in need of automation, and what foundational steps are necessary to ensure the biggest impact?Speakers to be Announced.
10:05 AM Break
10:15 AM Adopting New Technologies Clive Ansell, Lee Braine, Keith Pritchard, John Smith
How are artificial intelligence, distributed ledger, cloud and smart contracts being used to solve manually intensive back-office tasks? Where can these new technologies bring the biggest advantages and what are the challenges in adoption?
Moderator: Clive Ansell, Head of Market Infrastructure and Technology, ISDA
Lee Braine, Director of Research and Engineering, Barclays
Keith Pritchard, Managing Partner, Quorsus
John Smith, Chief Technology Officer, OSTTRA
10:55 AM Managing & Optimizing Collateral Amy Caruso, Varqa Abyaneh, Erica Becker, Crispin Searle
The final implementation phase of the initial margin requirements for non-cleared derivatives will bring hundreds of new entities into scope of the rules, driving a further increase in daily margin calls, settlement volumes and funding requirements. What steps are firms taking to reduce the operational burdens of the increased volumes and the rising funding costs of initial margin?
Moderator: Amy Caruso, Head of Collateral Initiatives, ISDA
Varqa Abyaneh, Chief Product Officer, Quantile Technologies
Erica Becker, Senior Manager, EY
Crispin Searle, Product Manager, Clearstream Banking
11:40 AM Break
11:50 AM Rewiring Reporting Andrew Bayley, Carmel Deenmamode, Sarah A. Long, Paul Nichol, Andrew Pinnington
Regulatory reporting has suffered from a lack of harmonization in the information required to be submitted, but several jurisdictions are in the process of re-writing their rules to enhance consistency and improve data quality. What progress has been made, and what other steps are under way to improve the efficiency of reporting?Andrew Bayley, Director, Data and Reporting, ISDA
Carmel Deenmamode, Manager, Market Conduct & Post Trade Policy, FCA
Sarah A. Long, Vice President, Global Regulatory Change and Controls , J.P. Morgan
Paul Nichol, Vice President, Global Operations Change & Transformation, Bank of America
Andrew Pinnington, Director, Quorsus
12:35 PM Conference Concludes
Agenda is subject to change.
SpeakersBack to Top
Chief Product Officer
Head of Market Infrastructure and Technology
Director, Data and Reporting
Director of Research and Engineering
Head of Collateral Initiatives
Manager, Market Conduct & Post Trade Policy
Sarah A. Long
Vice President, Global Regulatory Change and Controls
Vice President, Global Operations Change & Transformation
Bank of America
Chief Executive Officer
Acting Head of Unit, Financial Markets Infrastructure
Chief Technology Officer
Course LevelBack to Top
The course level is intermediate. Some knowledge of derivatives is assumed. No advance preparation is required.
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