Post Trade Banner Updated


22 May 2017 | BT Auditorium, 81 Newgate Street, London, EC1A 7AJ

How will developments in post-trade impact derivatives users? 

The TRADE Derivatives presents The Future of Post Trade on 22 May at the BT Auditorium in London with senior figures from the asset management and sell-side community discussing the key challenges in adapting to new post-trade models. Focusing on issues around central clearing, collateral management, trade reporting and technology, join us for this half-day event to gain a greater understanding on how to deal with the new post-trade scene.


Registration 2pm

The next stage in central clearing – 2:30-3:15pm

- How is the clearing mandate impacting the OTC derivatives market?

- With the battle over euro derivatives clearing rages on, what does it mean for the buy-side?

- Is direct access still an option for the buy-side?

- Will client clearing for repo take off?

 Confirmed speakers:

Bill Stenning, managing director, clearing, regulatory and strategic affairs, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking.

Ricky Maloney, business manager, rates & LDI desk, Old Mutual Global Investors

Barry Hadingham, head of derivatives and counterparty risk, Aviva Investors


The “Big Bang” – coping with collateral management – 3:15-4pm

- Will there be a ‘big bang’ for the buy-side in collateral management?

- Will the variation margin rules require large scale changes?

- Are utilities and outsourcing the answer for collateral management? 

Confirmed speakers:

Saheed Awan, former global head of collateral management, Euroclear (moderator)

Philip Whitehurst, product development, SwapClear, LCH

Mark Persiani, vice president of derivatives operations, BlackRock

Tim Harris, head of alternatives and derivatives operations,  Hermes Investment Management

Coffee Break: 4:00-4:15pm


From EMIR to MiFID II – understanding trade reporting – 4:15-5pm  

- What are the key differences between EMIR and MiFID II reporting?

- Do buy-side firms understand their reporting requirements?

- What operational pressures are there to report accurately and timely?

- Is the answer to trade reporting in-house or outsourcing?

Confirmed speakers:

Per Loven, commercial director, TRADEcho

Elena Gaetini, European head of business development and governmental affairs, RegTek.Solutions

Len Delicaet, head of regulatory reporting strategy, TRAX

Alexandra Foster, head of insurance and finance sector & post trade services, BT


Networking drinks- 5:00-6:30pm