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5th Clearing Settlement & Custody Forum 2011 Singapore, Mar 2-4

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5th Clearing Settlement & Custody Forum 2011 Singapore, Mar 2-4

  1. 1. N 1 A PR EW 1 M 20 GR O Clearing, Settlement 5th & Custody Asia Forum Advancing Clearing, Settlement & Custody Businesses to Meet Operational Excellence & Create Business Opportunities 2 – 4 March 2011 | Sheraton Towers SingaporeDirect from Industry Leaders: 2011 BUYSIDE KEYNOTE Rafael Lopez Rob Scott Ka Shi Lau Senior Vice President & Head of Head of GTO, Singapore & Head of Managing Director & CEO, BANK Operations – Asia Pacific, Operations, Asia Pacific Ex-Japan, CONSORTIUM TRUST COMPANY LIMITED PIMCO DEUTSCHE ASSET MANAGEMENT (BCT) & Chairman, HONG KONG (Asia) RETIREMENT SCHEMES ASSOCIATION Cormac Kelly Giles Elliot Managing Director – Regional Global Product Head – Securities “Improving Fund Governance in a Tightening Head Cash Securities, Services, Regulatory Environment: Collaboration of the Buy CREDIT SUISSE STANDARD CHARTERED and Sell Sides to Meet Industry and Investor Needs” Andrew Quah Chief Operating Officer, Amod Dixit Director & Head of Product – Securities NEW 2011 Program JL CAPITAL Services SEA, STANDARD CHARTERED ✔ Exclusive insights with special keynote and exciting and Vice Convenor, ISO 20022, Securities new panels Standards Evaluation Group ✔ Dual-track program – New Products, Business Strategy & Services, and Clearing & Settlement Göran Fors Sophie Bertin Operations Global Head of GTS Banks, Global Head of Asset Servicing, SEB (Sweden) SWIFT ✔ More networking opportunities with structured sessions, roundtable clinics and hosted lunches ✔ The Road to Revival> Transparency through Standards or Leveling the Playing Field? Taketoshi Mori Paul Hedges Head of Securities Market Infrastructure Head of Asia Pacific Network Management, ✔ View From Above> What Are the Opportunities for – Global Network Management, HSBC SINGAPORE & Regional President Growth, Risks & Rewards of Opening up the Asian Transaction Services, THE BANK OF ASEAN, CISI Market, and the Operational Challenges To Be Faced? TOKYO MITSUBISHI UFJ ✔ Buy Side Panel > Strategic Portfolio Allocation and Investment Flow into the Region: What is the impact Olivier Grimonpont PK Nagpal and direction for clearance and custody businesses? General Manager & Regional Executive Director – Market Intermediaries Head of Asia-Pacific, Regulation & Supervision, ✔ Cross Border Standardisation: Are we there yet? EUROCLEAR BANK SECURITIES & EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA PLUS Definitive Masterclasses: Shu-Pui Li Peter Ware [A] Protecting Yourself from Unforeseen Casualties Head – Financial Infrastructure Global Head of Islamic Finance, through Collateralised Transactions & Development, Hong Kong SWIFT [B] How to take Risk and Cost Out of Corporate Monetary Authority (HKMA) Actions in APAC: Is XBRL the solution? In-Depth Buy & Sell Side Perspectives from: ■ Bank Consortium Trust Company ■ Blackrock n BNP Paribas ■ CITI ■ Credit Suisse ■ Deutsche Asset Management ■ Euroclear Bank ■ HSBC Singapore ■ iShares ■ JL Capital ■ JP Morgan ■ PIMCO ■ Securities & Exchange Board of India ■ SGX ■ Standard Chartered ■ SWIFT ■ The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ ■ Japan Securities Depository Center ■ SEB ■ HKMA ■ and more... email : samuel.bianzon@ibcasia.com.sgOrganised by: Sponsored by: Industry Partner: Association Partner: Official Media Partners: REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: +65 6508 2479
  2. 2. CONFERENCE DAY 1 | Wednesday 2nd March 20118.00 Registration & Coffee as the liaison with local business heads, Shared Services function, regulators, and internal and external auditors on behalf of the Cash Securities Team. He has over 20 years of experience in Operations, Technology and Programme Management at Swiss THE ROAD AHEAD FOR 2011 Bank Corporation, Deutsche Bank and Capco.9.00 Welcome Remarks from the Chair Olivier Grimonpont, General Manager & Regional Head of Asia- Pacific, Euroclear Bank Mr. Grimonpont oversees Euroclear’s offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore and9.15 STAKEHOLDER PANEL > The Road to Revival: Transparency Tokyo. He is General Manager of the Euroclear Bank branch office in Hong Kong with Through Standards or Leveling the Playing Field? responsibility for all business activities and clients in the Asia-Pacific region. Based • What are the buyside requirements, regulatory changes and industry in Hong Kong, he manages teams of people spread over the four locations. Previously, initiatives, and how will they impact the industry in the next 1-3 years? he headed up Euroclears Collateral Services, Fixed-Income, Loan Servicing and • What has and should the securities industry need to do to respond to Securities Lending & Borrowing Product Management teams in Brussels. domestic and global proposals? Göran Fors, Global Head of GTS Banks, SEB (Sweden) • What solutions are available and how can organisations leverage Mr. Fors has been a SWIFT Director since 2009 and currently serves as a Chairman of technology to meet new and increasing requirements? Euroclear Sweden Market Advisory Committee,T2S National User Group Sweden and the Swedish SWIFT National member group. Mr. Fors is also a member of T2S AG Moderated by: Adam Wilson, Director of Securities – APAC, SWIFT Panelists: 10.45 Morning Networking Break Rafael Lopez, Senior Vice President & Head of Operations – Asia Pacific, PIMCO ACHIEVING COMPETITIVE INFRASTRUCTURE & PRODUCT OFFERINGS Mr. Lopez is a Senior Vice President in the Hong Kong office and Head of Operations for the Asia Pacific region. He previously worked in PIMCO’s Singapore and Tokyo offices. His regional responsibilities include day-to-day leadership of operations and 11.15 How will an Inter-Asian and Cross-border Processing investment management support as well as regional operations risk management. Infrastructure Benefit Asian Capital Markets? He initially joined PIMCO in 1999, re-joining in 2005 after four years at State Street • Cross-border fixed-income trade infrastructure IMS and has 21 years of financial services industry experience. • Will this make the market more attractive to local and regional investors? Rob Scott, Director, Head of GTO Singapore & Head of Operations • Has the time come for this to happen? Asia Pacific Ex-Japan, Deutsche Asset Management • How would such an infrastructure work? Mr. Scott joined Deutsche Bank in January 2009, as Regional Head of Operations Shu-Pui Li, Head – Financial Infrastructure Development, Hong Engineering Asia Pacific and Middle East for Deutsche Asset Management. In August Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) 2009, Rob transferred into the Head of Operations, Asia Pacific Ex-Japan role, including Mr. Li has over 20 years of experience in auditing and management consultancy Operations Coordination for Asia Pacific. In June 2010, Rob also took on the Head of services, technology risk management, banking supervision and financial infrastructure GTO Singapore role. Over 20 years, Rob has performed a range of roles throughout development. Currently, Shu-Pui is the Head of Financial Infrastructure Development the global finance industry value chain; buy and sell-side; retail and institutional; Division of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority responsible for the development and and front, middle and back office operations. promotion of the financial infrastructure in Hong Kong; and coordination with overseas Speaker to be Announced, iShares central banks and service providers to facilitate cross-border cooperation in financial infrastructure development.10.00 VIEW FROM ABOVE > What Are The Opportunities for Growth, Risks & Rewards of Opening up the Asian Market, and the 12.00 Gaining a Competitive Edge Through Innovation in Value- Operational Challenges To Be Faced? Added Product and Service Offering for 2011 • A review of the past 12 months and the years ahead • Portfolio and risk reporting • What are the issues that make foreign investment operationally difficult • Oversight and controls in Asia? • Services in addition to performance measurement • Which markets have developed the easiest post-trade processing Moderated by: Göran Fors, Global Head of GTS Banks, SEB environments to attract cross-border investment and why? (Sweden) • How can issuers take greater advantage of a more open Asia? Panelists: • The differences between agent bank and international central securities depository Giles Elliot, Global Product Head – Securities Services, Standard Chartered Moderated by: Rafael Lopez, Senior Vice President & Head of Operations – Asia Pacific, PIMCO Barnaby Nelson, Head – Business Development Asia, BNP Paribas Panelists: 12.45 Lunch & Conversations with... Giles Elliot, Global Product Head – Securities Services, Standard Sit back and enjoy your lunch whilst making the most out of your hour by Chartered sharing a table with our key speakers for more industry discussions and casual Mr. Elliott is the Global Product Head for Investors & Intermediaries, Transaction conversations Banking with Standard Chartered Bank. Giles joined the Bank in 2007 and leads the product team for the entire suite of Securities Services offerings, covering Custody Table 1 > Manmohan Singh, Global Head of Product Leadership and Funds Services, Broker and Derivatives Clearing, and Agency Services. Prior to & India Operations, Information Mosaic this, Giles was Senior Vice President, Product Development & Business Support, for HSBC’s Securities Services business in Asia, and Vice President for Securities Processing Table 2 > Rafael Lopez, Senior Vice President & Head of Operations and Network Management with JPMorgan Chase in Sydney, Hong Kong and London. Asia Pacific, PIMCO Cormac Kelly, Managing Director – Regional Head Cash Securities, Table 3 > Host to be announced, iShares Credit Suisse *Book Early - Lunch seats are limited per table and reservations are only Mr. Kelly is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the Investment Banking Division, responsible for the Asia Pacific Cash Securities Operations based in Singapore. As a available on-the-day at the Registration Desk member of the Asia Pacific Operations regional management team, Cormac serves STREAM A: NEW PRODUCTS, BUSINESS STRATEGY & SERVICES STREAM B: CLEARING & SETTLEMENT OPERATIONS 1.45 Exploring Emerging and New Applications for Processing 1.45 PANEL > Meeting the Challenges and Finding Opportunities Automation in the OTC Derivatives and Central Clearing Debate • The potential of automation and standardization in investment fund •STREAM B: CLEARING– What are they to Asia? The Dodd-Frank effect & SETTLEMENT OPERATIONS transactions • Review of OTC pricing and valuation • Examining opportunities in syndicated loans and carbon emission • The challenges of document processing rights • What is the current consensus on the technicalities surrounding the • How does it add value to investment communities and issuers? reform? • How and can we achieve CCP to CCP interconnection? • How do we overcome cross-border trade regulatory arbitrage? Panelists: Taketoshi Mori, Head of Securities Market Infrastructure – Global Network Management, Transaction Services Division, The Bank of Interested to speak? Contact Catherine Wong for more information at Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ catherine.wong@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2469 Speaker to be Announced, SGX REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2479 +65 6508 2406 email: samuel.bianzon@ibcasia.com.sg
  3. 3. STREAM A: NEW PRODUCTS, BUSINESS STRATEGY & SERVICES STREAM B: CLEARING & SETTLEMENT OPERATIONS 2.15 Meeting the Demand for the Rise and Rise of ETFs 2.15 Exploring the Developments in Collateral Management • Investor trends and requirements • Counterparty considerations • Shoring up operational platforms • What next in the risk management evolution cycle? • Minimising settlement failures • Current initiatives and what to expect Speaker: Speaker to be Announced, iShares • How to manage increasing collateral fragmentation and demand Helen Baker, Collateral Management Product Specialist, Euroclear Bank 3.00 Afternoon Tea 3.30 SBL Market: Where are we headed? 3.30 Advancing Transparency & Harmonisation in Corporate • Where is the Asian domestic SBL market headed? Actions Processing – Where are we now and where are we • Understanding the barriers to entry headed? • What are the investor market opportunities in Asia? • Is there merit in harmonising corporate action processing? • How have other markets done this? 4.15 Islamic Finance – Identifying the challenges to normal • What is the role of standards in harmonizing corporate actions? clearing and what is required to meet those demands? • How far is enough? Should we extend process harmonization to issuers Peter Ware, Global Head of Islamic Finance, SWIFT as well? • Where are the inefficiencies? Andrew Quah, Chief Operations Officer, JL Capital Sophie Bertin, Global Head of Asset Servicing, SWIFT 4.15 Third Party Clearing – Optimising Cost Efficiencies in the “Ability to learn the latest in the industry” Clearing Process Templeton Asset Management • Rationalising the cost-profit equation in operational set-ups • Can the use of offshoring provide us more time to focus on better client servicing? 5.00 Welcome Reception CONFERENCE DAY 2 | Thursday 3rd March 20118.30 Registration & Coffee Shu-Pui Li, Head - Financial Infrastructure Development, Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) CROSS-BORDER & COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES 9.40 CSD Linkages & the ASEAN Update9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair • Cross border CSD linkages • ASEAN Linkage updates EXTENDED SESSION: STANDARDISATION & CSD LINKAGE • A Pan-Asian clearing house – Is it viable? Can it be realistically implemented?9.10 Cross Border Standardisation – Are we there yet? Moderated by: Amod Dixit, Director & Head of Product for Securities • How are regulators driving the development and efficiency of Asian Services – SEA, Standard Chartered and Vice Convenor of ISO 20022 markets for sustainable growth? Securities Standards Evaluation Group (SEG) • What is being done to plug and enhance efficiency gaps? • What are global players looking for? Panelists: • How is the EU and US reform shaping global regulatory directions? Taketoshi Mori, Head of Securities Market Infrastructure - Global Network Management, Transaction Services Division, The Bank of Moderated by: Richard Young, Head of Regulatory and Industry Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Affairs, SWIFT Taketoshi is an experienced loan officer and supervisor of overseas units, custody Panelists: business and risk management with over 10 years experience. He is the committee member of JASDEC, Japan Bankers Association and the Japan Securities Dealers PK Nagpal, Executive Director – Market Intermediaries Regulation & Association, as well as the convener of Japanese Market Practice Group of SWIFT and Supervision, Securities & Exchange Board of India steering committee member of Securities Market Practice Group (SMPG) as a P K Nagpal is Executive Director of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the representative of Asia and Pacific region. For ISO 20022, he is a SEG member and apex regulatory body in securities markets in India. He has been actively involved in Business Validation Group in the SWIFT reverse engineering project. the formulation and implementation of the regulatory framework in India in various segments of securities markets – Corporate Finance, Market Regulation, Mutual Lum Yong Teng, Head – Depository, SGX Funds, Venture Capital Funds, Investigation and Enforcement, and currently in charge Speaker to be Announced, Japan Securities Depository Center of Market Intermediaries Regulation and Supervision Department and also responsible for General Administration and Finance Department. (JASDEC) Amod Dixit, Director & Head of Product for Securities Services – SEA, Standard Chartered and Vice Convenor of ISO 20022 Securities Standards Evaluation Group (SEG) Amod joined Standard Chartered Bank in Nov. 2005 in Securities Services central product team and in 2008 he became Securities Product head for South East Asia “Experienced speakers share first hand market information” region. He has wide experience in securities services and has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Citibank (Singapore & India) & Capco. Amod is a Hong Kong Monetary Authority prolific writer and has published many articles as a thought leader. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2479 +65 6508 2406 email: samuel.bianzon@ibcasia.com.sg
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CONFERENCE DAY 2 | Thursday 3rd March 201110.10 KEYNOTE > Improving Fund Governance in a Tightening COUNTERPARTY, RISK MANAGEMENT & STP Regulatory Environment: Collaboration of the Buy and Sell Sides to Meet Industry and Investor Needs 1.30 ‘The White Knights of Risk’: Opportunities for Custodians to • Tracking the post-GFC landscape - Tighter regulatory controls and also Restore Trust Through Network Counterparty Transparency greater demand for disclosure from investors • The importance of monitoring network counterparty risk for custodians • The importance of fund governance for fund managers in meeting and their institutional clients investor needs and fulfilling regulatory requirements • Custody: a business model under pressure • How best practices, risk control and compliance in fund administration • The need for better reporting and transparency help strengthen fund governance, mitigate risks and drive performance • What risks are fund managers taking on when contracting a fund • Opportunities for custodians to gain competitive advantage administrator or custodian and what risks and responsibilities can they Manmohan Singh, Global Head of Product Leadership & India discharge to the providers? Operations, Information Mosaic • How the sell side and third party service providers help meet the needs of fund managers and help them focus on their core competence? 2.00 The Evolution of Risk Management in the Context of the Ka Shi Lau, Managing Director & CEO, Bank Consortium Trust Post-Trade Environment and How is it Changing the Level of Company and Chairman, Hong Kong Retirement Schemes Confidence in Inter-bank Markets? Association • Operational responsibility Ka Shi Lau joined Bank Consortium Trust Company Limited (”BCT”) in November • Managing counterparty and other risks 1999 and is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the company. • Is there a bigger role for central counterparties in Asia to manage risks? Previously, Ms Lau was Vice President (Marketing & Research) of the Hong Kong • Is securely collateralised transactions the answer to reduce exposure to Mortgage Corporation since July 1997. Graduated from Cornell University, Ms Lau risk? possesses extensive banking and finance experience which includes working as Assistant General Manager & Head of Private Banking at ABN AMRO Bank, Chief of • Where do we see regulation forcing change? Staff to the first Chairman of Securities & Futures Commission, and serving as Moderated by: Olivier Grimonpont, General Manager & Regional executives of Citibank and several major international banks in both Hong Kong and New York City. Apart from her current role as Chairman of the Hong Kong Retirement Head of Asia-Pacific, Euroclear Bank Schemes Association, and the Retirement Schemes Sub-committee and the former Panelists: Chairman of the Hong Kong Trustees’ Association, she also serves on various Cormac Kelly, Managing Director – Regional Head Cash Securities, committees at the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority, Securities and Futures Commission, Hospital Authority, the Women’s Commission, as well as Credit Suisse Community Investment and Inclusion Fund for the generation of social capital. Manmohan Singh, Global Head of Product Leadership & India Operations, Information Mosaic10.50 Morning Networking Break11.15 BUY-SIDE PANEL > Strategic Portfolio Allocation and 2.30 BEST PRACTICE: Settlement Cycle Shortening & STP – Towards Investment Flow into the Region: What is its impact and T+1 and Real-Time Trade Settlement? Direction for Clearance and Custody Businesses? • Managing volumes and creating economies of scale • What are the process flow issues and how do we overcome them? Panelists: • Achieving better principal, liquidity and operational risk management Andrew Quah, Chief Operations Officer, JL Capital • Identifying STP characteristics to achieve settlement cycle shortening Mr. Quah is the Chief Operating Officer of JL Capital and is a qualified England and Wales, and Singapore lawyer. He joined JL Capital as Head of Legal in 2008 and and meet client needs subsequently took on the Compliance and Operations portfolios, and was made the Speaker: Taketoshi Mori, Head of Securities Market Infrastructure Chief Operating Officer. Andrew has 10 years of legal and regulatory experience and - Global Network Management, Transaction Services Division, The has worked in London, Hong Kong and Singapore. Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Rob Scott, Director, Head of GTO Singapore & Head of Operations Asia Pacific Ex-Japan, Deutsche Asset Management 3.00 Afternoon Tea Rafael Lopez, Senior Vice President & Head of Operations – Asia Pacific, PIMCO INDUSTRY SHARED INSIGHTS – Your Top 3 Takeaways Speaker to be Announced, Blackrock 3.30 INDUSTRY INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLES & CLINICS11.50pm REGIONAL BUSINESS PANEL > How Attractive Are Asian Gather round for in-depth discussions with lead experts and your peers... Markets to the Investor, What Opportunities Abound and • INTEGRITY & ETHICS – How do we put this back into the financial How to Comply in a Volatile & Fluid Regulatory Environment? services industry? • An Asia-focused discussion by lead players in the region addressing Paul Hedges, Head of Asia Pacific Network Management, HSBC market, regulatory and operational challenges and prospects Singapore & Regional President ASEAN, Chartered Institute for Moderated by: Rob Scott, Director, Head of GTO Singapore & Head Securities & Investment (CISI) of Operations Asia Pacific Ex-Japan, Deutsche Asset Management • STP – What characteristics need to be identified to realistically apply STP processes successfully? Panelists: Taketoshi Mori, Head of Securities Market Infrastructure – Global Network Paul Hedges, Head of Asia Pacific Network Management, HSBC Management, Transaction Services Division, The Bank of Tokyo Singapore & Regional President ASEAN, Chartered Institute for Mitsubishi UFJ Securities & Investment (CISI) • BUYSIDE – Speaker to be Announced, Blackrock Based in Singapore since 2005, Paul is currently responsible for HSBC’s APAC Network Management & Market Intelligence function. Previously, he was the Asia Regional • OTC DERIVATIVES – Speaker to be Announced President of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI). Paul also has • CORPORATE ACTION PROCESSING experience as COO of a boutique alternative investment firm after having been Regional Sub-Custody Product Head for JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Paul moved to Sophie Bertin, Global Head of Asset Servicing, SWIFT Asia in 2003 as the Global Head, Securities Services with Standard Chartered Bank. Adam Wilson, Director of Securities – APAC, SWIFT 4.15 THE ROUND UP PANEL – Your Top 3 Actionable Items Leaders of roundtables gather on stage to feedback on participants’12.30 Lunch & Meet-the-Keynote Table discussions and Top 3 Key Takeaways for you to share with your teams and Your exclusive lunch experience with our 2011 Keynote. One table will be put to action when you return to your office. reserved for registered delegates to join our keynote during lunch to enjoy more Q&A time, interactive discussions and informal chat. Moderated by: Paul Hedges, Head of Asia Pacific Network Management, HSBC Singapore s& Regional President ASEAN, Hosted by: Ka Shi Lau, Managing Director & CEO, Bank Consortium Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Trust Company and Chairman, Hong Kong Retirement Schemes Association 5.00 Conference Concludes*Book Early - Lunch seats are limited per table and reservations are onlyavailable on-the-day at the Registration Desk. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2479 +65 6508 2406 email: samuel.bianzon@ibcasia.com.sg
  5. 5. INDUSTRY BENEFITS & WHY YOU MUST ATTEND...✔ NEW 2011 Agenda with exciting keynote and panels, as well as a dual stream program✔ Over 28 hours worth of educational sessions with industry leaders and exclusive insights✔ Gain buyside perspective from our 2011 Keynote – Ka Shi Lau, Managing Director & CEO, Bank Consortium Trust Company✔ Network with asset allocators, investment and asset managers, custodians, investment banks, broker-dealers, regulators and more✔ Meet with your peers, clients and prospects at the event and during networking breaks✔ More opportunities to meet with structured networking sessions including Industry Roundtables & Clinics and Hosted Lunch with SpeakersMASTERCLASS DAY 3 | Friday 4th March 2011 WHO WILL YOU MEET? REGULATORS, AUTHORITIES & ASSOCIATIONS 15%POST-CONFERENCE MASTERCLASS INVESTORS, ASSET ALLOCATORS & MANAGERS 15%Refreshment and breaks will be provided; lunch will be served for participants attendingboth masterclasses[A] Protecting Yourself from Unforeseen SOLUTION PROVIDERS 15%Casualties through Collateralised Transactions[9.00am – 12.30pm]• How to use collateral to reduce counterparty risk and other exposures? EXCHANGES & DEPOSITORIES 10%• Overcoming the challenges of managing securities collateral efficiently• When to consider outsourcing the management of collateral?• The role of a triparty collateral management agent SECURITIES SERVICES 20%• Making the most of your collateral portfolio and maximising your liquidity INVESTMENT BANKS & CUSTODIANS 25% optionsLED BY: Helen Baker, Collateral Management Product Specialist,Euroclear Bank SAMPLE PAST PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE: Templeton Asset Management • Deutsche Asset Management • Securities & Exchange[B] How to take Risk and Cost Out of Corporate Board of India • PIMCO Asia • Brunei Investment Agency • Hong Kong Monetary Authority • Bank of Indonesia • Central Bank of Malaysia • Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia • MalaysianActions in APAC?: Is XBRL the solution? Electronic Clearing Corporation • Singapore Exchange Limited • SGX Asiaclear • Malaysian[1.30pm – 5.00pm] Securities Commission • Korea Securities Depository • Government Pension Fund of ThailandThe latest financial turmoil has led to a greater focus in reducing costs and • Abu Dhabi Investment Authority • Deutsche Bank • HSBC • Standard Chartered • Bank ofrisks, and increasing the transparency in financial markets. Corporate Actions America • FIL Investment Management - DBS Bank • JP Morgan • Vietcombank Fundis one of the riskiest areas for Custodians and large Asset Managers & Management • BNP Paribas Securities • The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) • Clearstream • Euroclear • Fortis Investments • The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ • ChinaInvestment Managers, with a high degree of manual processing. Even though Securities Depository • Securities Clearing Corporation of Thailand - Northern Trust • SWIFTmost market players agree on the need to change Corporate Actions • SEB • Bangkok Bank • Credit Agricole Asset Management • Brown Brothers Harriman •processing, what has been done so far and are we doing it fast enough? UBS Global Asset Management • DBS Asset Management • Indonesia Clearing & Guarantee• How can we leverage in APAC the latest developments in Europe and Corporation • Kasikorn • ING Investment Management • State Street Bank & Trust • Newedge the US? Group • Intercontinental Exchange • The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation • Australian• How can we leverage the use of XBRL for tagging CA announcements Securities Exchange • European Central Securities Depository • and many more... right from the issuers and thus reduce the inherent interpretation risk?• How is that applicable in the APAC context and where to start?LED BY: Sophie Bertin, Global Head of Asset Servicing, SWIFT WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS HAD TO SAY... “Provided a regional dimension” BNP ParibasSINGAPORE FINANCIAL TRAINING SCHEME “Chance to meet industry participants!”Check if your company is eligible... to participate in the Singapore Nomura Asset Management Financial Training Scheme sponsorship with up to 70% of your attendance fees underwritten. SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITIONWhat Is The FTS ? 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