OTC Derivatives for Fund Management is the only event developed specifically for the fund management community. There will be more European speakers, more regulators, and more practitioners on our one-day action-packed event than on any other in the industry. Focus your day by spending your morning on today’s hottest topics, before delving into the detail of either trading or operations.
Join our 35+ speakers and growing number of attendees and solution providers to discuss:
• The regulatory landscape - ESMAs update, European Commissions,
• counter-party risk
• collateral management
• choosing your clearing member
• choosing your clearing house
• leveraging your legal documentation
• Liability Driven Investments
Connect with Heads, Directors, VP’s, Managers and more from the front, middle, and back office including; Derivatives, Front Office, Middle Office, Risk Management, Counterparty Risk, Data Management, Operations, Derivatives Operations, Treasury Management, Structured Products, Trading/Chief Trading Officer, Legal Counsel, Collateral Management, Investment Director/Chief Investment Officer, Equity Derivatives, FX trading, Trade Execution, Fixed income, Investment Operations, Equity Trading.
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