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Clearing and Settlement World 2016
Clearing and Settlement World 2016

Clearing and Settlement World 2016



14 - 15 November, 2016
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London

As hard-hitting regulatory reforms completely shake-up the post-trade set-up, the role of an operations leader is becoming ever more challenging. This conference aims to rise above complexity with the operations leaders from top buy and sell side institutions. In addition there will be key sessions from market infrastructure players of post-trade services talking about the Blockchain and FinTech innovations threatening to overhaul clearing and settlement!


Clearing & Settlement World is the only event that brings together operations leaders from Europe’s top buy side institutions to benchmark and improve clearing, reporting, collateral and settlement efficiency.

Automation, standardisation and innovation in market infrastructure are key themes alongside critical regulatory drivers such as the impending central clearing mandate, MIFID II implementation, bilateral margining, and T2S as the industry look to 2017.

We are again a speaker sponsor with Alan Cameron acting as panellist for the market infrastructure panel: 'Re-imagining the future of the European market infrastructure: How will the continued evolution of post-trade services impact the full post trade value chain?'


Market Infrastructure Panel


Re-imagining the future of European market infrastructure: How will the continued evolution of post-trade services impact the full post trade value chain?

14 November at 9:45 - 10:30am


Alan Cameron
Head of Relationship Management
BNP Paribas Securities Services


- Competition, harmonisation and fragmentation: How are market infrastructure players adapting to the changing post-trade environment?

- Debating the hazards and benefits of increased operability: What impact does cross-margining mergers and acquisitions have on systemic risk?

- Tracking the development of large infrastructure players with multiple business lines: Where will the next stage of regulatory amendments take their business?

- The future of outsourcing: What functions will be outsourced to whom? What role will market infrastructure have to play in this?




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