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The European policy agenda features several major legislative initiatives that could significantly affect the regulatory framework for derivatives users, including the reviews of the EU Benchmarks Regulation and revised Market in Financial Instruments Directive/Regulation. Looming over these and other regulatory workstreams is the fast-approaching end of the Brexit transition period. This event explores the changes taking place and the impact they will have on derivatives markets.
This is an ISDA Virtual Conference:
- Event will be live on December 2, 2020 from 1:00 PM – 4:20 PM GMT | Timezone Converter
- Miss part of the event or aren’t able to watch live? The recording will be available to registrants until January 2, 2021
3.5 CLE Credit Hours Available (New York) Transitional and Non-Transitional
3.5 CPE Credit Hours Available
3 CPD Credit Hours Available (England and Wales)
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Wednesday, December 2, 2020Print Agenda European Public Policy Conference for
1:00 PM Introduction and Welcoming Remarks Scott O’Malia
1:05 PM Keynote Address Fabrizio Planta
1:25 PM The EU Financial Market Infrastructure Policy Agenda Roger Cogan, Chris Bates, Emma Tan
This panel will look at the big EU post-trade policy issues. How will CCP supervision work in practice after EMIR 2.2 and after Brexit, for EU and non-EU CCPs? What impact would the Settlement discipline regime in CSDR have on derivatives? What are the prospects for new equivalence decisions addressing non-EU jurisdictions in the post-trade policy area?
- Navigating cliff-edge issues
- CCP regulation and oversight post-Brexit
- The derivatives trading obligation
- Regulatory expectations
Moderator: Roger Cogan, Head, European Public Policy, ISDA
Chris Bates, Partner, Clifford Chance LLP
Emma Tan, Vice President, J.P. Morgan
2:15 PM Break
2:30 PM The Benchmark Revolution Rick Sandilands, David Henry Doyle, Marjolein de Jong
The current iteration of the EU Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) will have a significant impact on the ability of EU investors to use a wide range of EU and third-country benchmarks. EU authorities are considering changes, but what issues most urgently need to be addressed? What will happen if a widely used benchmark disappears, and how will the BMR interact with the approach of other jurisdictions?
Moderator: Rick Sandilands, Senior Counsel, Europe, ISDA
David Henry Doyle, Head of Government Affairs & Public Policy, EMEA, S&P Global
Marjolein de Jong, Global Benchmarks Officer, ING Bank N.V.
3:15 PM The Great MiFID Mark-up Benoît Gourisse, Jamie Brigstock, Bas Dommerholt
The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive/Regulation was one of the biggest regulatory overhauls ever attempted for capital markets in the EU. With the MIFID/MIFIR framework now under review, what’s working well and what needs to change?
Moderator: Benoît Gourisse, Senior Director, European Public Policy, ISDA
Jamie Brigstock, Director, G10 Rates Trading & Sales Business Manager, Citigroup
Bas Dommerholt, Senior Supervisor, Capital Markets Infrastructure, Dutch AFM
4:00 PM Keynote Address Robert Ophèle
4:20 PM Conference Concludes
Agenda is subject to change.
SpeakersBack to Top
Clifford Chance LLP
Director, G10 Rates Trading & Sales Business Manager
Head, European Public Policy
Senior Supervisor, Capital Markets Infrastructure
David Henry Doyle
Head of Government Affairs & Public Policy, EMEA
Senior Director, European Public Policy
Chief Executive Officer
Head of Markets and Data Reporting Department
Senior Counsel, Europe
Marjolein de Jong
Global Benchmarks Officer
ING Bank N.V.
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