OTC Derivatives: Balancing Regulatory Obligations with Efficiency Strategies
In a webinar Sept 12th 2019, a panel explores strategies buy-side firms can adopt to achieve greater capital and operational efficiency when complying with upcoming OTC regulatory obligations for clearing and collateral management
As OTC derivatives market participants gear up to meet regulatory obligations including CCP clearing requirements (EMIR Refit) and uncleared margin rules (UMR), the focus for many is how to comply efficiently. In a webinar, a panel of experts will share specific strategies that enable firms to comply with these upcoming regulatory requirements, navigate common challenges and adopt solutions to achieve greater capital, cost and operational efficiency across pre and post-trade processes. Expert panellists will present and share their strategies across: Trading and execution, CCP clearing and collateral management (for both cleared and uncleared derivatives.) Specifically the panel will review the following:
· CCP clearing – meeting clearing obligation for category 3 firms efficiently with smooth transition
· Cost management – how analytics can improve trading decision and manage costs
· Collateral management – how to address complexities and optimise collateral workflows for cleared and uncleared derivatives
· Electronic trading – achieving optimal liquidity and best execution via OTC derivatives trading platforms
Join us to learn more about possible solutions and strategies to solve current challenges faced by the evolving OTC derivatives world. Register now.
Phil Simons, Global Head Fixed Income Sales – Derivatives, Funding & Financing, Eurex
James Cherry, Senior Vice President – Banking, Funding & Financing (BFF), Clearstream
Maxime Jeannaird Du Dot, COO, OpenGamma
Bhas Nalabothula, Head of European Interest Rate Derivatives, Tradeweb
Moderator: Julia Schieffer, Founder & Editor, DerivSource.com
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