Has there before been such a period of uncertainty for the players of the post-trade industry? From the challenges of regulation, to Britain’s pending exit from the European Union and more, the industry is in need for some answers.
Senior leaders from exchanges, CCPs, CSDs and the buy- and sell-side will gather on 7th March 2018 at The Future of Post-Trade – previously known as The Future of Clearing & Settlement – to throw some much needed light on these pressing issues.
"With relevant topics and expert speakers, it is a good and well-attended conference."
Chief Executive Officer, EuroCCP
Why you should attend in 2018:
- Hear C-suite executives from EuroCCP, Deutsche Börse and more share their experiences in creating a safer, more transparent and efficient market
- Get the latest updates on exciting technological innovations such as blockchain and artificial intelligence
- Transform your approach to collateral management and be inspired by leaders from Citi, Euroclear and SIX x-clear
- The Brexit countdown is on: get the latest updates from our Brexit panel discussionHave a look at the post-trade industry across the pond with an exclusive keynote from State Street
Chief Executive Officer
President and Chief Operating Officer
The Options Clearing Corporation
Chief Information and Technology Officer
Chief Operating Officer, Global Banking & Investor Solutions
Chief Operating Officer
Executive Vice President, Global Strategic Operations
Wednesday, 7th March 2018
Mapping out the new post-trade landscape
Creating a safer, more transparent and efficient market
- Predicting the impact of MiFID II: what changes will we see in the industry?
- What new trading venues will we see emerge and how will this affect the clearing market?
- The ‘trading obligation’: exactly how will MiFID II affect the OTC swaps market?
- What is the industry doing to prepare for the implementation of CSDR?
- Adapting to the CSDR Settlement Discipline: what changes will we see in the market?
- What steps are CSDs taking to prevent settlement failure?
- How has the migration onto T2S affected the provision of settlement services?
- The better mobilisation of collateral on T2S: how has this played out to date?
- How will Britain’s departure from the EU affect the regulation of the post-trade industry?
- Looking beyond the hype: what needs to be done to make blockchain a workable reality?
- How exactly can blockchain help reduce time, cost and counterparty risk?
- The Utility Settlement Coin: readying for clearing and settlement on the blockchain
- Scaling up blockchain: what are the challenges?
- Cognitive computing, machine learning and deep learning: understanding their potential
- From the back office to the trading floor: best practice in automation and AI to date
- Which part of the post-trade process can benefit most from the application of AI?
- Preparing your data for an AI-strategy: what needs to be done?
- In what ways can robotics and AI enhance client offerings and services?
- What might the post-trade landscape look like in the next 10 years?
- Which areas of clearing and settlement are most ripe for digital innovation?
- Designing future-proof IT systems: what are the challenges?
- What must be done to imbue a culture of digital innovation across the industry?
- How are client-facing services likely to be transformed with greater investment in digital?
- Creating a uniform standard for DLT across the ecosystem: the next steps
- Taking AI strategies from planning to implementation: optimising the power of data
Next-level collateral management
- What are the most exciting developments in collateral management today?
- Blockchain and T+0 settlement: is this a realistic goal to aim for?
- In what ways can artificial intelligence be implemented to minimise risk?
- How are collateral management strategies likely to develop in the next ten years?
- Which areas of the post-trade industry are most vulnerable to cyber-attacks?
- What steps do CCPs need to take to minimise risk to the industry?
- Bolstering defences: identifying the most promising new technologies
Brexit and post-trade: the UK government’s viewpoint
A Brexit adventure: sailing uncharted waters
- What new opportunities for the post-trade industry will be triggered as a result of Brexit?
- Contingency planning: preparing for the worst-case scenario
- Passporting vs. equivalence: assessing the pros and cons
- How will Brexit impact the operations of cross-country CCPs?
- Cross-border trading agreement post-Brexit: how will this unfold?
- The tussle over euro clearing: what are we seeing so far?
- Relocation plans: who will relocate, and where to?
- How will regulation of clearing houses be managed post-Brexit?
Head of Division Oversight
European Central Bank
Group Head of Government Relations
Head of Business Development
Monte Titolo and CC&G
Managing Director and Senior Advisor
Managing Director, Government Affairs & Public Policy
US perspectives on the future of post-trade
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