Agenda

08.15

Registration and breakfast

08.45

Welcoming remarks by Victor Anderson, Editor-In-Chief, WATERS AND WATERSTECHNOLOGY

08.50

Introductory Remarks by Chris Johnson, Senior Product Manager, Market Data, HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES

08.55
REGULATORY ADDRESS: IMPLEMENTING MIFID II'S CONDUCT REQUIREMENTS

Stephen Hanks, Markets Policy Manager, FCA

09.15
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: THE MIFID II REPORTING LANDSCAPE

Collin Coleman, CEO, NEX REGULATORY REPORTING

09.35
INDUSTRY INSIGHT PANEL DISCUSSION

 

With just over 5 months to go until MiFID II comes into force there isn't much time left to make the operational and technological changes required to ensure your firm is compliant on January 3rd 2018. Join us for an industry insight discussion where both buy-side and sell-side professionals will explore the biggest challenges around the implementation of MiFID II and the importance of utilising technology to cope with increasing regulatory demands.

 

Moderator: Matthew Luff, MiFID II Consultant, HENDERSON GLOBAL INVESTORS

David Masters, Director, Operations Regulatory Reporting, SOCIETE GENERALE

Tony Chau, Lead Architect IB CTO, UBS

Carl Erdly, Vice President, Regulatory Technology, STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS

Jean-Charles Delcroix, Chief Compliance Officer, AMUNDI ASSET MANAGEMENT

10.20

Coffee break and opportunity to network

10.40
DELEGATE DISCUSSION WORKSHOP: TRANSACTION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

 

MiFID II greatly expands both the scope and content of the current transaction reporting landscape.

Join this workshop to discuss the increased data needed for transaction reporting and the role of Approved Reporting Mechanisms (ARMs).

Hosted by Adrian Gill, Reporting Regulation Specialist, NEX REGULATORY REPORTING

 

DELEGATE DISCUSSION WORKSHOP: THE GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS OF MIFID II REFERENCE DATA

 

Reference data will become the new Market data from January 3rd 2018 because investment firms will need to have Legal Entity Identifiers and ISINs in place at (or near) the time of trade in order to support Transaction Reporting. The extension of LEI, the introduction of ISIN for OTC Derivatives, and other key fields such as CFI and Index identifier means that investment firms and their data managers, and their clients, will have their work cut out to be ready in time.

Join this workshop to discuss the latest market developments, the data challenges and the practical steps that firms will need to take over the remaining five months until MiFID II commences.

Hosted by Chris Johnson, Senior Product Manager, Market Data, HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES

DELEGATE DISCUSSION WORKSHOP: RESEARCH UNBUNDLING REQUIREMENTS
RSRCHXCHANGE

 

The research unbundling provisions of MiFID II will significantly disrupt the traditional models of how research is funded, assessed and paid for, with implications for both the buy side and sell side.

Join this workshop to explore how to develop cost effective research strategies and the tools available to meet the new unbundling requirements.

Hosted by RSRCHXCHANGE

11.20

Transition to second workshop

11.25
DELEGATE DISCUSSION WORKSHOP: TRANSACTION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

 

MiFID II greatly expands both the scope and content of the current transaction reporting landscape.

Join this workshop to discuss the increased data needed for transaction reporting and the role of Approved Reporting Mechanisms (ARMs).

Hosted by Adrian Gill, Reporting Regulation Specialist, NEX REGULATORY REPORTING

 

DELEGATE DISCUSSION WORKSHOP: THE GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS OF MIFID II REFERENCE DATA

 

Reference data will become the new Market data from January 3rd 2018 because investment firms will need to have Legal Entity Identifiers and ISINs in place at (or near) the time of trade in order to support Transaction Reporting. The extension of LEI, the introduction of ISIN for OTC Derivatives, and other key fields such as CFI and Index identifier means that investment firms and their data managers, and their clients, will have their work cut out to be ready in time.

Join this workshop to discuss the latest market developments, the data challenges and the practical steps that firms will need to take over the remaining five months until MiFID II commences.

Hosted by Chris Johnson, Senior Product Manager, Market Data, HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES

DELEGATE DISCUSSION WORKSHOP: RESEARCH UNBUNDLING REQUIREMENTS

 

The research unbundling provisions of MiFID II will significantly disrupt the traditional models of how research is funded, assessed and paid for, with implications for both the buy side and sell side.

 

Join this workshop to explore how to develop cost effective research strategies and the tools available to meet the new unbundling requirements.

Hosted by RSRCHXCHANGE

12.05

Closing remarks

Chris Johnson, Senior Product Manager, Market Data, HSBC Securities Services

12.15

End of Briefing

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