Marriott West India Quay
Marriott West India Quay, 22 Hertsmere Rd, Canary Wharf, London E14 4ED, UK

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Event Date Wed Nov 28 GMT - Fri Nov 30 GMT (about 3 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Wed Nov 28 12:00am - Fri Nov 30 12:00am
Location Marriott West India Quay
22 Hertsmere Rd, Canary Wharf, London E14 4ED, UK
Region EMEA

At this marcus evans conference, industry experts will come together for dispassionate presentation and discussion of the most pressing questions surrounding this debate. It will examine the most exciting use cases of standardised models to emerge thus far, the concerns and interests of sell-side and buy-side firms, the evolving role of reconciliation services, and effective targeted leverage of technological initiatives.

While trade data and reporting have long presented a challenge to both buy-side and sell-side firms, in the present regulatory environment failure to leverage emergent solutions is at best short-sighted and at worst dangerous. EMIR and MiFID II have both demanded unprecedented transparency and accountability, and alignment in reporting standards between firms is fast becoming a top priority. Concurrent with this development is the increased implementation of automation and even blockchain in trade data, both of which have the potential to drive standards in data quality and accuracy. Yet many remain sceptical and believe that interoperability between reporting languages is the only way to process complex bespoke financial instruments.

Key Topics
• The ECB presents the future of standardisation in the industry
• BlackRock discuss the future of buy-side trade reporting
• HSBC explain the details and challenges of converging data standards across regulatory jurisdictions
• Barclays reveal the prospects of distributed ledger technology for achieving common standards in data recording and reporting
• EFAMA discuss the buy-side drivers toward harmonisation of trade data and reporting standards


2018 Speakers:

Francis Gross
Senior Advisor, European Central Bank

Dawd Haque
Global Lead for Regulatory Market Initiatives, Transformation and Strategy, Deutsche Bank

Dr Lee Braine
Investment Bank CTO Office, Barclays

Philippe De-Brossard
Programme Director Client Services, Societe Generale Corporate Investment Banking

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

Chad Giussani
Head of Operations, FM Compliance, Standard Charter Bank

Parjanya Mudunuri
Head of Trade Reporting Engineering, HSBC

Dimitri Calantzis
CDO, Strategy and Governance, Pictet Trading & Sales

Sponsors & Partners

2018 Sponsors:

• LexiFi
• Regis-TR

Event Partners:

• The Trading Mesh
• Financial IT
• Focus Economics