• Market structure • Liquidity provision • Trade clearing and reporting • Non-cleared derivatives • MiFID II • EMIR • Dodd-Frank, • Collateral requirements • Connectivity challenges • Organised Trading Facilities • Swap Execution Facilities • Models of trading • Swap futures , Thank you for attending the recent 2013 The OTC Derivatives Markets conference. Click here to complete a remind me form for all 2014 updates.

The OTC Derivatives Markets Conference
26 September 2013, London E1

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Efficiency and execution in the new regulatory environment

Risk is delighted to be working with the Wholesale Markets Brokers' Association (WMBA) to launch the first OTC Derivatives Markets Conference, which will take place on 26 September 2013 in London.

This event will be the number one conference for, and designed by, derivatives brokers and their customers. The agenda will also feature leading regulators and the architects of the new rules that will shape the over-the-counter markets.

Last year European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) became law and regulators have been working to iron out the myriad technical details of reporting and clearing requirements, as well as understanding how European law will interface with foreign rules, not least US Dodd Frank legislation.

And European legislators are also working to finalise revisions to the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and Regulation (MIFID) - legislation that will introduce tough new trading rules.

The OTC Derivatives Markets Conference will enable WMBA members and their customers to discuss the impact of these changes. Getting the rules right is crucial not just for the largest brokers and banks, but also the universe of end-users that trade derivatives in Europe and elsewhere.

This one-day conference will focus on the key issues of:

  • Adoption of clearing requirements in Europe
  • The EU Financial Transaction Tax
  • Extraterritoriality and differences in regulations around the globe
  • Impact on liquidity
  • Implementation of initial margin requirements for non-cleared derivatives
  • Collateral transformation
  • Futurisation of swaps -the impact on the OTC business

Key speakers include:

  • Olivier Guersent

    Olivier Guersent
    Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Michel Barnier - Internal Market and Services, EUROPEAN COMMISSION

  • Markus Ferber

    Markus Ferber
    Member of the European Parliament and Rapporteur for the revision of MiFID and MiFIR

  • John Grout

    John Grout

  • Barry King

    Barry King
    Technical Specialist, Market Infrastructure and Policy, UK FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY

  • Karl-Peter Horstmann

    Karl-Peter Horstmann
    Head of Market Regulations, RWE SUPPLY & TRADING

  • john-wilson

    John Wilson
    Global Head of OTC Clearing, NEWEDGE

  • David Hiscock

    David Hiscock
    Senior Director - Market Practice and Regulatory Policy, INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MARKET ASSOCIATION

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