Join our star-packed roster of CEOs, regulators and industry experts to demystify the SFTR reporting regime.
After months of chatter, roundtables and talks, the industry remains unclear as to what specificallyneeds to be done to SFTR Transaction Report.
What data do I need? How do I transaction report? How often? What does a transaction report look like? Which fields do I need to complete? Do we report all 4 tables, 10 Action types? How do we agree on and generate a UTI in time?
If you have posed any of the above questions, then this conference is tailor-made for you and your firm.
09:10 SFTR introduction; its need & regulatory backdrop by Jonathan Lee, Kaizen Reporting
09:30 Who is caught by SFTR (+extra territoriality)
09:40 Who should NOT report
09:50 Report by when and to whom
10:00 What are reportable transactions and what are not; triggers for a report
11:00 Transaction reporting format
11:10 Trade/Position level reporting
11:20 UTI generation by Duncan Carpenter, Pirum
11:30: PANEL DISCUSSION: UTI generation – challenges, tips
12:00 4 Tables; 6 Reports; 10 Action Types and their interplay
12:20 Part 1: Field by Field analysis (all major fields!)
12:45 Lunchtime break
14:00 Part 2: Field by Field analysis (all major fields!)
14:20 Relationship with Trade Repository by Jo Hide, Regis-TR – the Pan-European Trade Repository
14:30 PANEL DISCUSSION: The Data perspective. TRs & tech-firms – interface with clients, lessons from EMIR, MiFIR
David Masters – Societe Generale; Matt Smith – SteelEye; Jo Hide – Regis-TR; Jonathan Lee – Kaizen Reporting
moderated by Chad Giussani – Standard Chartered bank
15:00 Part 1: Worked Examples of SFTR Transaction Report
15:15 PANEL DISCUSSION: Collateral – reuse, S+1, T+1, identification of beneficial owners & issues
Michael Cyrus – Deka Bank ; Thomas Hansen – Credit Suisse; moderated by Seb Malik Market FinReg
15:50 Part 2: Worked Examples of SFTR Transaction Report
16:00 SMART REGULATION by Michael Cyrus – Deka Bank. SFTR in the context of the future of regulation.
*agenda subject to minor modifications as more speakers request attendance.
Earlybird discount price: £890. Discounted tickets are available depending on which firm you are from – contact us for details.
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