Event Agenda

SFTR Full Event Agenda

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Yvonne Quint

Partner

BearingPoint

As Partner in the segment Banking & Capital Markets at BearingPoint, Yvonne Quint advises banks and investment companies regarding diverse capital markets and investment management topics. Her core areas of consulting are regulation of capital markets/capital markets compliance and optimization/digitalization of front-to-back-office processes for capital markets products. Her client base is quite broad and encompasses state banks, private banks, large international banks as well as investment companies. Over the last four years Yvonne supported various clients in implementing MiFID II and PRIIPs. Currently, SFTR is one of the crucial topics on her agenda. Before starting at BearingPoint mid of 2010, Yvonne had gained practical experience over several years in banks. Yvonne holds an Executive MBA dual-degree from EBS Business School and Durham University Business School.

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Christian Boeth

Senior Manager

BearingPoint

Christian Boeth is a Senior Manager in Financial Services with focus on Capital Markets at BearingPoint in Frankfurt. He is leading the ABACUS/Transactions Consulting practice for implementations of transaction-based regulatory requirements according to MMSR, EMIR II, MiFIR, FinfraG and SFTR. Christian is responsible for functional designs and conceptions of several transformation, digitalization and optimization projects for various clients within Europe. As trusted business partner, he also advises financial institutions in regulatory topics like EU benchmark regulation, EMIR initial margin requirements for uncleared OTC derivatives, central clearing of exchange traded derivatives and EMIR Refit.

Furthermore, he is responsible for all topics related to securities, derivatives and structured products. He leads projects in the collateral management, clearing, custody services and treasury management space. Before joining BearingPoint, he spent many years in Investment Banking.

Christian holds a Master of Science in Business Administration from University of Marburg (Germany) as well as a Master of Finance from Bond University (Australia). He is also a CFA, FRM, CAIA and PMP charterholder.

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Duncan Carpenter

Head of SFTR

Pirum Systems Ltd

Duncan Carpenter is Head of SFTR at Pirum Systems. He joined Pirum in 2013 after working in a number roles within securities finance at eSecLending. As part of the product team at Pirum he has worked on a number of Pirum’s market leading post-trade services and is now leading the development of their SFTR solution in partnership with IHS Markit. 

Subbu Loganathan

CEO and Chief of Product

Pico Analytics

Roy Zimmerhansl

Independent Consultant

Day 1

12 June 2019

08:30

Registration and refreshments

09:00

SFTR Requirements and Current Industry Position

  • ESMA
  • Data gathering and MiFID II & EMIR relevance
  • Who reports and what products?
  • Data requirements – ISINs – difference between repos and collateral
  • Trade repository reconciliation

10:30

Morning break

11:00

Liquidity and Collateral Management 

  • Sources of securities for repo
  • Lending in the market 
  • Yield enhancement strategies 
  • Alternative transactions as a source of funding for liquidity and collateral management 
  • Collateral management 

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Reporting Requirements

  • Reporting details of all market participants
  • Reporting collateral: Who, what and when should you report? What are the current issues in the market place?
  • Modification report
  • Valuation report
  • Validation, exceptions and reconciliation
  • Harnessing new technologies to optimise reporting:
    • What are institutions doing today?
    • What should a new reporting framework look like going forward (data/processes/reconciliations etc)?

15:00

Afternoon break

15:30

Evaluating and Choosing Your Vendor and Trade Repository

  • Role of the third party vendor and trade repository, what are they responsible for?
  • Reputation with clients and regulators
  • Data security
  • Reporting volume
  • Reconciliations and breaks management
  • Data management and automation
  • Brexit

17:00

End of Day One

Day 2

13 June 2019

08:30

Refreshments

09:00

Data Gathering for EMIR, MIFIR, REMIT & SFTR

  • What is data?
  • Data as information
  • Data governance
  • Data issues under EMIR
  • The future role of data in transaction reporting

10:30

Morning break

11:00

Developing a Break - Prevention Strategy 

  • TR reconciliation 
    • UTI's, reporting counterparty
    • Other counterparty 
    • Master agreement type
  • Finding a TR that can help reconcile breaks
  • Establishing causes of breaks 
  • Remediate processes and data sources 
  • Risk reduction analysis

12:30

Lunch

13:30

SFTR and CSDR Alignment

  • CSDR objectives
  • Key impacts and challenges
  • Overlap between SFTR and CSDR
  • Advantages of alignment

15:00

Afternoon break

15:30

The need for Smart Regulation

  • What is smart regulation?
  • Why and where is current financial market regulation not very smart
  • Why Europe needs a strategy for smart regulation
  • Why we need one golden source of data repositories
17:00

End of course