Clearing & Collateral Taiwan 2016
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Global banks and OTC markets are on the brink of an unprecedented transformation. New regulatory requirements are focusing decisions to be made on how a derivatives are to be cleared. These have effects that go beyond the sell-side into the buy-side.
This educational event brings together senior executives to present a clear picture of prevailing regulations, their impact on financial services firms and the methods they can use to keep pace with the changing regulatory environment.
The event is split into two halves. The first focuses on clearing derivatives, looking at the mandated clearing requirements through central clearing parties. The second explores the collateral and margin requirements for both cleared and non-cleared derivatives, through the initial margin and variation margin rules.
A final panel session will bring together the days’ experts for an informal Q&A session moderated by Regulation Asia.
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Regulation Asia / inAsia Media Ltd.
Since Regulation Asia launched in November 2013, it has become an essential source of regulatory intelligence, with subscribers representing every regulator in the region; global, regional and local financial institutions; and leading service providers.
Its audience has grown 70 percent over the past 12 months, reflecting Regulation Asia’s development as a valued monitor of developments in Asian financial regulation – from efforts to clamp down on illicit financial flows and advances in the regulation of emerging stock markets to the ‘nebulous concepts of conduct and culture’.
With each jurisdiction having its own mandate to preserve order in financial markets – and those markets in constant flux – understanding the region’s regulatory complexities is challenging and time-consuming.
Regulation Asia has developed an unparalleled reputation for its ability to cut through this complexity through a combination of insightful features, interviews and research, conferences and roundtables. It has become the regional forum for dialogue between financial regulators and those they regulate.