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OTC Derivatives Forum Asia 2015

Meeting the operational challenges posed by impending regulation changes, collateral management optimization and pricing of derivative portfolios with increasing transparency

25-27 May 2015
Hilton Hotel, Singapore


Why You Should Attend

OTC Derivatives Forum Asia 2015

Since the advent of the Global Financial Crisis, the murky world of OTC derivatives has come under increased scrutiny. A flurry of legislation has been decided upon changing the foundations of how OTC trades are conducted. After an extensive consulting period, 2014-2015 will begin the transformation process for the OTC markets. Uncertainty for the future is leading to operational changes in the way OTC desks around the world are going to conduct business.

This marcusevans event "OTC Derivatives Forum Asia 2015" will bring together accomplished speakers to analyse the pressing issues affecting those involved in the derivatives function in leading financial institutions around APAC. Burning issues such as the impact of standardised initial margin on non-cleared trades, updates on major legislation frameworks and implementation in Asia, future of CCP's in the region, improving collateral management as well as creating transparency in pricing noncleared trades for clients will be discussed.

There is also a post-conference workshop on minimising enterprise risk associated with collateral management on a firm wide basis. Creating a centralised management desk, breaking down siloed thinking as well as developing fundamentals of transfer pricing will be discussed to enhance the current organisational capabilities and taking them to the next level.


Key Topics

  • Tom Lodder, Head of Regulatory Policy Asia Pacific, Barclays, will be analysing the state of disparate regulation across the region and its impact on the OTC markets that financial institutions are involved in the region
  • Alexandre Kech, Director of Market Infrastructure, SWIFT, will be discussing the challenge of standardisation and automation of collateral management and clearing flows and the possibly of standardisation across the world and APAC region
  • Krishnan Ranganathan, EMIR Programme Manager, Nomura, will be looking at the impact on portfolio reconciliation due to implementation of EMIR and Dodd Frank regulation
  • Thomas Treadwell, Asia Pacific Head of OTC Clearing, Citibank, will be sharing the impact of CCP implementation within Asia and the way forward for CCP’s within the region
  • Luke Brereton, Managing Director, Standard Chartered, will be sharing methodologies to create more transparent pricing mechanisms for non-cleared trades to ensure better visibility for customers in terms of pricing for such trades

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    Samba Sivan
    Head of South Asia
    Deutsche Bank, Singapore

    Taketoshi Mori
    Head of Market Infrastructure
    MUFG, Japan

    Alexandre Kech
    Head of Securities Market Infrastructures, APAC
    SWIFT, Singapore

    Krishnan Ranganathan
    EMIR Programme Manager
    Nomura, India

    Yves Tomballe
    Head of Market and Liquidity Risk
    MUFG, Singapore

    Stanley Park
    Managing Director Legal Services
    Scotia Bank, Singapore

    Barry White
    Associate Director Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities
    Macquarie, Singapore

    Rebecca Terner Lentchner
    Executive Director - Head of Policy & Regulatory Affairs
    ASIFMA, Hong Kong

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