During Sibos Toronto (16-19 October 2017), BNP Paribas Securities Services will present three initiatives designed to take our industry forward: a market survey on post-trade outsourcing in partnership with Oliver Wyman, a blockchain-based asset servicing platform developed with Tata Consulting Services, and an harmonisation initiative on due diligence questionnaires for sub-custody led by the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME).
We invite you to be one of the first to hear more.
Executive lunch briefing
Tuesday, 17 October 12.15pm - 1:30pm.
Meeting room 206C area opposite our stand I36
A new report, based on a survey commissioned by BNP Paribas Securities Services and conducted independently by Oliver Wyman, benchmarks the current state of play and reveals the future market aspirations for outsourcing across the post-trade value-chain. With over 80% of the respondents reporting that they have implemented outsourcing strategies or are considering doing so, this is clearly a key topic for our industry.
The full report will be released and its key insights discussed during a private lunch. The session will be led by Alan Cameron (Head of Brokers Market Strategy, BNP Paribas Securities Services) and Steve Scemama (Partner, Global Capital Markets Technology Lead, Oliver Wyman).
Monday, 16 October 5.00pm – 5.30pm
Open Theatre 1
Leveraging its market expertise, BNP Paribas has teamed up with Tata Consultancy Services to transform asset servicing by using BaNCS and blockchain solution Quartz from TCS. By accelerating the distribution of corporate events information, this is expected to be a major step forward for financial investors in one of the most complex and historically fragmented investment services.
During an innovative session, Bruno Campenon (Head of Financial Intermediaries and Corporates, BNP Paribas Securities Services), Johann Palychata (Head of Blockchain, BNP Paribas Securities Services) and Vivekanand Ramgopal (Vice President and Co-Head, TCS Financial Solutions Tata Consultancy Services) will share a concrete example of a blockchain-interconnected market.
Wednesday, 18 October 3.30pm – 4.00pm
Open Theatre 1
Managing Due Diligence Questionnaires within the securities industry has become an important part of the relationship that network managers have with their agent banks. Their number and length have increased - however satisfaction is mixed. The industry has got together to bring harmony where there has been discord. Join this session to learn how AFME has standardised 80% of the questions in a typical questionnaire.
The session will be presented by Alan Cameron (Head of Brokers Market Strategy, BNP Paribas Securities Services) who has chaired the AFME Due Diligence Questionnaire task-force.
Seats for these three events are limited.
For the lunch briefing, an email sent by the end of September will confirm that your registration has been successful.
For the technology and harmonisation showcases, no email will be sent. In line with Open Theatre principles, seats are available on a first come basis.
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