The New Post-Trade - How has Regulation & Market Change Impacted the Business?

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Date: 
Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:00 America/Chicago

A Webcast Nov 3rd at 11am NY/ 3pm UK / 4pm Paris (Register here)

How is the post-trade space transforming as a result of regulatory reform, technological innovation and market changes impact operating model impact operations, IT and the business team?  We explore the practicalities of post-trade transformation and how it will continue to evolve in a DerivSource webcast. 

The post-trade space is transforming rapidly driven by a combination of market changes including regulatory reform, changing business model, cost cutting programs, and technological innovation. These market changes demand much more of post-trade processes and its team – requiring the entire business to be agile, real-time ready, efficient and technologically innovative. The structure of a transformed and future-proof post-trade operating model will vary by firm, but overall the operations, IT and respective teams will be impacted most significantly as they plan and execute the strategic changes that will enable the business to stay ahead of the market.

In a webcast Nov 3rd, a panel of industry experts explore how the post-trade business and operating models (operations, IT and people) must transform in response to market changes including regulatory reform (EMIR, MIFID II, AIFMD etc), greater scrutiny on costs, changing business structures and the availability of new technology. The panel will share views on the practical implications of business and process transformation for post trade with a focus on how the operations, technology and culture of these teams will need to change to run a post-trade operation capable of keeping up with market changes and remaining competitive.

The panel will review the following questions:

  • ·       How has the perception of post-trade changed in the last few years? Is this driving change to how the business model operates?
  • ·       What is post-trade transformation and what does it look like in practice today for buy and sell-side firms?
  • ·       What are the main driving forces behind post-trade transformation plans?
  • ·       How is the blurring of business structures and business models amongst different institution types driving changes to the post-trade operating model?
  • ·       What does the newly emerging and transformed post-trade operating model look like?
  • ·       What are the achievable deliverables and benefits of a newly transformed post-trade model?
  • ·       How are new technologies such as blockchain, cloud computing playing a role in transformation programmes?
  • ·       What are the main components of a post-trade transformation programme?
  • ·       How will transformation plans impact the culture for post-trade within institutions?
  • ·       How will this trend impact hiring and working in post-trade services for financial professionals? What type of staff reconfigurations are likely or new skills required?

C-level executives, heads of operations, IT, change managers and all financial professionals working on post-trade within buy side and sell side institutions are encouraged to attend this live webcast. 

Speakers: 

  • Christophe Adam, Global Head of Client Operations (client services, revenue services) at SG Newedge UK Ltd
  • Peter Farley, Senior Marketing Strategist, Capital Markets at Misys
  • Gavin Berry, Director at BCS Consulting
  • Nadine Chakar, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Operations & Data Management, Investment Division at Manulife Asset Management

 

To register: https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1115943

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