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3rd Annual Post Trade Forum

Following the great success of our 2nd Annual Post Trade Forum with more than a 100 participants, we are happy to invite you to our 3rd Annual Post Trade Forum, which will be held 23rd – 24th of February, 2017 in Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen Vienna, Austria.

Hear more about the global regulatory landscape; EMIR, MIFID II, T2S and forecast what is next in the clearing and settlement. Listen to our expert speakers and their real life best practices in lower post trade costs. Gain an update on the emerging topic of CCP Resilience, Recovery and Resolution.

Keynote speakers from regulatory and governmental bodies, leading industry associations and banks/central banks will come and share their insights and their guidelines in post-trade processing. Through our networking and question and answer sessions you can connect with industry leaders and build up your network all around Europe.

Acquire the above at a five star environment coupled with qualified and diversified selected set of peers.

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Hannes A. Takacs
Hannes A. TakacsAssociate Director, Local Currency and Capital Markets Development (LC2)
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
United Kingdom
Meike Ströter
Meike StröterDeputy head of the Market Infrastructure Management Devision
European Central Bank
Marko Niederheide
Marko NiederheideDirector - Market Advocacy
Deutsche Bank AG
Patrick Pearson
Patrick PearsonDG Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
European Commission
Richard Scavetta
Richard Scavetta Senior Program Director for T2S
United Kingdom
Ruth Walters
Ruth WaltersSenior Manager, Resolution Directorate
Bank of England
United Kingdom
Massimo Morini
Massimo MoriniHead of Interest Rate and Credit Models/ Senior Consultant
Banca IMI/ The World Bank
Italy/The United States of America
Ben van der Velpen
Ben van der VelpenSenior Securities Market Consultant
ING Bank
The Netherlands
Rafael Plata
Rafael PlataSecretary General
European Association of CCP Clearing Houses (EACH)
Marcello Topa
Marcello TopaDirector, EMEA Market Policy and Strategy
Göran Fors
Göran ForsDeputy Head of Investor Servicest
Alexander Westphal
Alexander WestphalAssociate
International Capital Market Association (ICMA)
United Kingdom
Thanos Kagiaras
Thanos KagiarasManager Post Trade & Prime Services
Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)
United Kingdom
Magnus Olsson
Magnus OlssonBusiness Owner Client Clearing and Collateral Service
Mike Clarck
Mike ClarckDirector:Global Product Management
Deutsche Bank
United Kingdom
Sander van Leijenhorst
Sander van LeijenhorstSenior Supervision Officer
Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets
The Netherlands
Adam Jacobs-Dean
Adam Jacobs-DeanGlobal Head of Markets Regulation
The Alternative Investment Management Association(AIMA)
United Kingdom
Angus Canvin
Angus CanvinSenior Adviser, Regulatory Affairs
The Investment Association
United Kingdom
Alina Dragomir
Alina DragomirSenior Policy Officer
European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)
David Farmery
David FarmeryDirector
Message Automation
United Kingdom
Daniele De Gennaro
Daniele De GennaroPolicy Adviser in Financiel Market
The European Banking Federation (EBF)

Our Advisors

Rafael Plata
Rafael PlataSecretary General
- European Association of CCP Clearing Houses (EACH)
Alessandro Zignani
Alessandro ZignaniCommercial Director Post Trade Division
Monte Titoli
Philippe de Brossard
Philippe de BrossardHead of Electronic, Reporting and Clearing for OTC Operations
Societé Generale
Ulf Noren
Ulf NorenInvestor Services
Cash and Sub Custody Sales

Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:15 Welcome Coffee and Registration

  • 09:00 Regulatory Rollercoaster – Interactive session exploring the future state of clearing

  • 09:40 EMIR reporting: the view from a regulator

  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:50 Recovery and resolution in the Financial Sector

  • 11:30 T2S today and tomorrow

  • 12:10 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:10 European Market Standards for Corporate Actions Processing

  • 13:50 T2S: Is it working well?

  • 14:30 Brexit issues for asset management

  • 14:50 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:20 CSD Regulation – The way to greater settlement efficiency?

  • 16:00 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: Update on EU Developments in Relation to CCP R&R and EMIR

  • 16:40 CSDR – Implementation Challenges

  • 17:20 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

Day two

  • 8:30 Tea, Coffee & Networking

  • 09:00 A New Value Chain for European Custody

  • 09:40 Current challenges in repo post-trade processing


  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:50 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION – Guidelines on the segregation of assets

  • 11:30 CCP resolution strategies

  • 12:10 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:10 Distributed Ledgers and Smart Contracts for Collateral Management

  • 13:50 State of Play on Post-Trading EU regulatory initiative

  • 14:20 Future Trends for the Post-Trade Services

  • 14:35 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: Future Trends for the Post-Trade Services

  • 15:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:40 Local versus regional CCP coverage – the perspective from an international development bank

  • 16:20 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Farewell Networking

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What do others say about us?


“Interesting exchange of views
on very relevant industry topics!”

Director Head of GSS Sales and
Relationship Management - Raiffaisen Bank


“Very good event as last year.
Everything was very well organised
and the mix of speakers was great.”

VP Operational Risk, Barclays

Who will you meet?

Representatives from Buy or Sell side institutions such as Banks (Central, National, and Private), Asset Management Companies, Trading Associations, Regulatory Bodies, Insurance Companies, Pension Funds, and Hedge Funds. CEOs, VPs, Global, Regional or European Heads, Managing Directors, Directors, Senior Managers, and Managers of

  • Cash Equity Operations
  • Clearing and/or Settlement
  • Collateral Management
  • Corporate Finance
  • Counterparty Risk
  • Credit Risk
  • Dealers, Portfolio Management
  • External and Regulatory Affairs
  • Financial Markets Policy
  • Financial Services
  • Fund and Asset Management
  • Investment Risk
  • Liquidity Risk
  • Market Operations
  • Market Structure
  • OTC Derivatives
  • Payments and Infrastructure
  • Post Trade Policy
  • Regulatory and Market Policy
  • Risk Management
  • Securities
  • Strategy
  • Trading
  • Treasury

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