Past Event (February 6th 2020)
Evolution of Collateral : Beyond UMR
A breakfast event held in London on Thursday 6th February 2020
Sponsored by Margin Tonic, and co-sponsored by AcadiaSoft, BNY Mellon, Cassini Systems and CloudMargin.
Request the event booklet with content from our sponsors
The booklet contains the following content:
- Editorial by Bill Hodgson, Editor of The OTC Space
- Reducing the Total Cost of Ownership by Chris Watts of Margin Tonic
- Collateral Optimisation: Moving to the Front Office by Mohit Gupta of Cassini Systems
- The Future of Collateral Management Technology by Karl Wyborn of CloudMargin
- Ditigisation of Legal Negotiations and Data by John Pucciarelli of AcadiaSoft
- ETFs to Join the Collateral Party by Katy Burne Editor of Aerial View Magazine at BNY Mellon
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Need a break from UMR?
We can’t ignore the fact that Initial Margin is driving an unprecedented level of transformation right now across the Uncleared derivatives industry… but what happens after Initial Margin Phase 6?
Which future industry trends can we expect to see across Collateral?
How will they impact areas such Funding & Optimisation, Operations, Technology and Legal?
What are the options going forwards to reduce the Collateral total cost of ownership (TCO)?
How can we remove barriers between systems and teams?
How are Vendors looking to support these future changes?
This is an essential event for practitioners in the Collateral space and related domains, especially within Uncleared derivatives. Suitable attendees include operations, optimisation, technology, settlement, xVA, risk management and legal.
Beginning with a short introduction, the two main panel sessions will include a networking break between them.
The Future of Funding
Panel 1 will draw upon first-hand experience and thoughts from market leaders, including both sell-side banks and buy-side firms, on where they see the future of collateral management. Topics will include:
Funding and Optimisation
The Future of Workflow
Panel 2 will look at how key industry Vendors and market players view collateral evolution, including how they plan to support Clients in achieving their future goals.
This panel will include central industry service providers such as:
Bank of New York Mellon