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2015 Program

November 3-5, 2015 // Hilton Chicago // Chicago, Illinois

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 2:00 PM

W2:00A Market Structure: How will changes in the clearing model impact customers and markets?

Continental A
The effects of financial reform are being felt in the U.S. and Europe as well as other financial centers around the world.  The clearing model that has worked well for futures is undergoing dramatic changes.  Clearing members, customers and traders will discuss how they are responding to new realities and what it means for customers.  Panelists will cover capital considerations including leverage ratio, indirect clearing, cross-border challenges, client self-clearing and regulatory uncertainty.  When reform is complete, will the world be a safer place?


Mark Ibbotson, Group Chief Executive Officer, G.H. Financials


Jeffrey Bandman, Acting Director, Division of Clearing & Risk, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Lee Betsill, Managing Director & Chief Risk Officer, CME Group
John Dabbs, U.S. Head of Listed Derivatives & OTC Clearing, Credit Suisse
Maureen Downs, President, Rosenthal Collins Group
Kevin McClear, Corporate Risk Officer, Intercontinental Exchange
John McPartland, Senior Policy Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Chris Perkins, Global Head of Derivatives Clearing, Citigroup Global Markets