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Regulations require evidence that market participants are in compliance with the desired behavior or market practices. This breakfast briefing addresses the data management issues around making the initial change and managing the ongoing operations to comply and produce evidence of compliance. This can be particularly challenging when multiple regulatory requirements overlap, conflict or compete for key resources and budget.


08h00 Registration and breakfast

08h30 Opening remarks and

Christian Jimenez, PRMIA Paris Regional Director

8h40 Regulations overview

Pierre-Yves Maurois, Global Board Member, PRMIA, and Senior Manager, Finaxium

08h50  Risk-related regulations and the benefits of centralised data

Charlie Browne, head of market and risk data solutions, GoldenSource

09h05 Impacts of regulatory change on market data and asset pricing

Chris Johnson, HSBC Securities Services

09h45 Questions & Answers

All participants

10h00-10h30 Coffee and networking

For risk managers, heads of business line, compliance officers and risk IT, this meeting will provide valuable insights into the practicalities of surviving and thriving during regulatory change, such as required by MiFID II, FRTB and BCBS239.

June 29th, 2017 8:30 AM   through   10:30 AM
Hôtel Intercontinental
2 rue Scribe
Paris, 75 75009
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