2016 Programme

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Monday, June 6, 2016

6:30 PM

Opening Reception - Sponsored by CME Europe (by invitation only)

The Royal Exchange, Bank, London EC2V 3LR 
(Please enter through the front entrance).


Tuesday, June 7, 2016

8:00 AM

Registration & Exhibits Open

Our registration area, featuring CME Group as this year’s registration sponsor, is the place to pick up your NetOTC name badge and CME Group tote bag, filled with sponsor items. Then head into the exhibit area and grab a tea or coffee before joining your colleagues on the show floor or attending your first session. 

Registration Sponsor:
 


Lanyard Sponsor:




8:45 AM

Welcoming Remarks

King George

Speaker:
Walt Lukken, President & Chief Executive Officer, FIA

9:00 AM

New Directions

King George
Our panel of exchange leaders will share their views on today’s markets and how customer demand and regulatory considerations are driving change. Panelists will address interesting developments in their existing products as well as new products…what is driving product innovation? As exchanges look increasingly more like technology companies, how are they tapping into FinTech? How is their approach to clearing, membership and global expansion changing? Join us for a lively discussion of the latest developments in exchange-traded derivatives.

Chair:
Paul Hilgers, Chief Executive Officer, Optiver

Speakers:
Phupinder Gill, Chief Executive Officer, CME Group
Hans-Ole Jochumsen, President, Global Trading & Market Services, Nasdaq
Garry Jones, Chief Executive Officer, London Metal Exchange
Carsten Kengeter, Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Boerse Group
Jeffrey Sprecher, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Intercontinental Exchange
Hiromi Yamaji, President & Chief Executive Officer, Osaka Exchange, Japan Exchange Group

10:15 AM

Networking Break

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
Grab a quick pick-me-up before heading to your next session or continuing to visit exhibitors on the show floor.
10:45 AM

Exchange Evolution: What’s Next for the Business Model?

King George 
Derivatives exchanges aren’t just trading venues any more. As publicly traded companies, they have to deliver higher rates of return from their existing lines of business while seeking new opportunities in other parts of the financial services ecosystem. At the same time, changes in regulation, technology and investor preferences are disrupting market structure and creating new challenges for trading volume and liquidity. Join us for a fast-paced discussion with a group of analysts who specialize in understanding what’s next for exchange business models.

Chair:
Benjamin Smith, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Speakers:
Katie Kolchin, Global Exchanges & Capital Markets Analyst, Rosenblatt Securities
Alex Kramm, Executive Director, Senior Equity Research Analyst, UBS Investment Bank
Anil Sharma, Head of European Diversified Financials Research, Morgan Stanley

11:45 AM

Moving the Industry Forward

King George
This panel will examine key issues – technological, regulatory and economic – shaping the development of the industry and assess the evolving roles of each participant in the chain, from liquidity provider to investor, exchange to CCP, clearing firm to client. As each part in that chain faces its own issues, a more collaborative and constructive approach is emerging to finding industry solutions to collective challenges.

Chair:
Jerome Kemp, Global Head of Citi Futures, Clearing & Collateral, Citigroup Global Markets

Speakers:
Michael Davie, Head of Rates Services, London Stock Exchange Group
Matthias Graulich, Chief Strategy Officer, Member of the Eurex Clearing Executive Board, Eurex
Ray Kahn, Managing Director, Head of Agency Derivative Services Risk, Treasury, Resources, and Regulatory Management, Barclays
Brian Oliver, European Head of Institutional Sales & Relationship Management, Citadel Securities

12:45 PM

Networking Lunch

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
2:00 PMConcurrent Session

Regulatory Reform Revisited

King George
Regulatory experts will provide an update on initiatives in Europe and the US, including implementation of key initiatives such as MiFID II/MiFIR and its impact globally on trading and clearing derivatives. How could issues such as CCP concentration risk, lack of equivalence and cyber security threaten reform? Panellists will also discuss how these issues are being addressed and the regulatory agenda for the coming year. 

Chair:
Jackie Mesa, Senior Vice President of Global Policy, FIA

Speakers:
Robert Cox, Vice President & Senior Policy Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Caroline Dawson, Senior Associate, Clifford Chance
Stefan Pankoke, Director, Division for OTC Derivatives Markets Supervision, BaFin
Ken Raisler, Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell
Kay Swinburne, Member, European Parliament

2:00 PMConcurrent Session

Trading Swaps

Queen Charlotte
The emergence of new trading venues for swaps is changing the way fixed income products are traded. This panel will give the trading venue, clearing member and customer perspective on the impact of new OTFs and SEF-like platforms on the overall market structure and the evolving role of these intermediaries.

Chair:
Remco Lenterman

Speakers:
Enrico Bruni, Managing Director & Head of Europe and Asia Business, Tradeweb
Rob Catterall, Co-Head of Trading, AHL
Alexander Jacobs, Product Manager, IRS Clearing, ABN AMRO Clearing
Brian Oliver, European Head of Institutional Sales & Relationship Management, Citadel Securities
Matt Woodhams, Head of E-commerce, EMEA, GFI Group

2:00 PMConcurrent Session

Sponsored Session: Duco

King Vault
(Open to all attendees)

Solving Tomorrow's Post-Trade Data Challenges
This panel will discuss a wide range of challenges the industry is facing in post-trade management of data. Topics will include existing/new operating technology models, regulation, reporting, operational workflow opportunities and new developments in machine learning and distributed general ledger technologies.


Chair:
Patrick Thornton-Smith, Chief Marketing Officer, Duco

Speakers:
Christian Nentwich, Chief Executive Officer, Duco
Dave Pearson, Head of Post-Trade, Fidessa
Nick Solinger, President, FIA Tech

3:15 PM

Networking Break

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
Grab a quick pick-me-up before heading to your next session or continuing to visit exhibitors on the show floor.
3:45 PMConcurrent Session

Finding Cost Efficiencies Through Collaboration

Queen Charlotte
As the listed derivatives market ecosystem becomes increasingly threatened by rising costs and shrinking profitability, unlikely partnerships are springing up to tackle common challenges. This panel will consider areas where collaboration is already underway and explore opportunities where partnering has potential. 

Chair:
Jenny Knott, Chief Executive Officer, Post Trade Risk and Information Services, ICAP

Speakers:
John Avery, Director, Client & Industry Engagement, FIS Derivatives Utility
Cameron Goh, Head of Clearing Solutions, SwapClear and Listed Rates, LCH
Peter Rippon, Chief Operating Officer, OpenGamma
Nick Solinger, President, FIA Tech
Mark Whitcroft, Founder & Partner, Illuminate Financial

3:45 PMConcurrent Session

Navigating Market Access Constraints

King George
New regulations going into effect in Europe and automated trading rules under consideration in the U.S. could have a major impact on the way third-country market participants access markets. This panel will discuss requirements firms accessing markets directly or firms with customers accessing markets directly will need to know. This session will cover DEA, DEA Providers, AT Persons, PTFs and more!

Chair:
Richard Bevan, Global Head, Electronic Trading, Exchange Traded Derivatives, UBS

Speakers:
Damian Carolan, Partner, Allen & Overy
Johannah Ladd, Director, Quantlab Europe
Vassiliki Veliou, Head of Market Structure & Regulation, Eurex
Greg Wood, Director, Algorithmic Execution Listed Derivatives & Foreign Exchange, Deutsche Bank Securities

3:45 PMConcurrent Session

Sponsored Session: CJC Commercial Management

King Vault
(Open to all attendees)

Market Data Management - Calm Before the Storm?
A perfect storm is gathering in the world of market data management. New market structures, policy changes, increased data audits driven by the explosion in market data and the need for control, governance and accountability. Understanding your risk and financial position to track, capture and report on data consumption and distribution. Join industry leaders to hear the panel debate the risks and potential solutions to the Market Data Management challenge.

Chair:
Cathryn Lyall, Chief Operating Officer, CurveGlobal

Speakers:
Michelle Ansell, Managing Director, CJC Commercial Management
Clive Furness, Managing Director, Contango Markets
Nicholas Garrow, Global Head, Front Office Solutions, Societe Generale
Jason Stipe, Senior Vice President, Electronic Trading Product, Citigroup

4:00 PM

Taste of IDX

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
Come for a drink, stay for the networking! This annual tradition, which is always an attendee favorite, gives you the opportunity to renew old friendships and create new networks, all while enjoying exhibitor sponsored drinks and light fare. Don’t miss out on this wonderful event.
6:00 PM

Viva Brazil - Eurex Summer Night Party

Join our party at the first day of IDX. Help yourself to delicious food and refreshing drinks and simply relax the "Brazilian" way. The Eurex Courtyard area will be open every day from 8 a.m. Feel free to use it for your meetings or relaxation.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

8:00 AM

Registration & Exhibits Open

Our registration area, featuring CME Group as this year’s registration sponsor, is the place to pick up your NetOTC name badge and CME Group tote bag, filled with sponsor items. Then head into the exhibit area and grab a tea or coffee before joining your colleagues on the show floor or attending your first session. 

Registration Sponsor:
 


Lanyard Sponsor:




9:00 AM

Opening Remarks

Speaker:
Simon Puleston Jones, Head of Europe, FIA

9:15 AM

Keynote Address

King George


Paul Andrews joined IOSCO as Secretary General from the US regulator FINRA in March. Andrews will provide a keynote address setting out the current global regulatory landscape and progress towards delivering effective and consistent regulatory reform.

Speaker:
Paul Andrews, Secretary General, IOSCO

9:45 AMConcurrent Session

The Changing Clearing Landscape

King George
Regulation, competition and client demand are prompting change in clearing models across CCPs. Our panel of clearing leaders will discuss how their models are changing to adjust to new rules going into effect in the coming months. How are CCPs partnering with clearing members and clients to continue to make the futures and cleared swaps markets a sustainable business model and an attractive risk management tool for customers? How will competition change the clearinghouse landscape short- and long-term?

Chair:
Alex Lenhart, Managing Director, European Head of Listed Derivatives & Clearing, Credit Suisse

Speakers:
Adrian Farnham, Chief Executive Officer, LME Clear
Kim Taylor, President, Global Operations, Technology & Risk, CME Group
Daniel Maguire, Global Head of Rates and FX Derivatives, LCH
Eric Mueller, Global Head of Clearing, Deutsche Boerse Group
Paul Swann, President & Managing Director, ICE Clear Europe

9:45 AMConcurrent Session

Sponsored Session: London Stock Exchange Group

King Vault
(Open to all attendees)

The Changing Trading Landscape: Product Innovation in Listed Derivatives
Can investors and traders be provided with the right microstructure, products and passive liquidity to turn today’s challenges to tomorrow’s opportunities? LSE Derivatives Market, in partnership with CurveGlobal Markets, hosts a morning session on how product innovation in equity and fixed income derivatives can drive new trading opportunities. This session will cover new FTSE 100 weekly options and the launch of CurveGlobal’s products on LSEDM.

Chair:
Nicolas Bertrand, Head of Equity & Derivatives, London Stock Exchange Group

Speakers:
Max Butti, Head of Business Development LSE Derivatives, London Stock Exchange Group
Steve Hamilton, Business Development Manager, CurveGlobal
John Keogh, Managing Director, Susquehanna
Ricky Maloney, Business Manager, Old Mutual
Kee-Meng Tan, Head of Electronic Execution Strategy, BNP Paribas

10:45 AM

Networking Break

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
Grab a quick pick-me-up before heading to your next session or continuing to visit exhibitors on the show floor.
11:15 AMConcurrent Session

Challenges for the Buy-Side

King George
Buy-side users of derivatives are being offered a range of new products in the listed markets as an alternative to the OTC markets they have used historically. This session will consider the barriers to switching to listed markets; what will attract users to these new products; which asset classes are seeing the most growth; and whether there will be sufficient liquidity to go around.

Chair:
Andrew Ross, Chief Executive Officer, CurveGlobal

Speakers:
Mark Croxon, European Head of Regulatory & Market Structure Strategy, Bloomberg
Silas Findley, EMEA Head of Futures, Clearing and Collateral, Citigroup Global Markets
Eileen Herlihy, Head of Derivatives Clearing Sales EMEA, J.P. Morgan
Russ Oxley, Head of Fixed Income Absolute Return, Old Mutual Global Investors
Stephen Taylor, Chief Risk Officer, Tower Trading Group

11:15 AMConcurrent Session

A New Data Model

Queen Charlotte
MiFID II is creating a new data model for financial services in the EU with changes impacting the whole transaction chain from end users, brokers, vendors and venues to the regulators themselves. The three cornerstones of this data model are: instrument data, transaction data, and user/client data. This panel will discuss the main challenges with regards to implementation of the new data model. How will ISINs accommodate instrument level identities for ETD and OTC products that will trade on venues? What are the challenges with regards to the volumes of transaction level data that will need to be stored and reported? How can user and client confidentiality be maintained with regards to publication of LEIs and an individual’s national IDs?

Chair:
Robert Barnes, Director of Regulation, FIA

Speakers:
Brian Lynch, Chief Executive Officer, Risk Focus
Rory McLaren, Senior Vice President Regulatory Services, Deutsche Börse
David Nowell, Head of Industry Relations & Regulatory Compliance, UnaVista, London Stock Exchange Group
Anne Plested, Head of EU Regulation Change Programme, Fidessa
Robin Trott, Director, EMEA Head of Electronic Trading, Citigroup Global Markets

11:15 AMConcurrent Session

Sponsored Session: CCP Risk Review

King Vault
(Open to all attendees)
Linklaters and FIA executives will provide an overview of FIA's CCP Risk Review product, a comparative toolkit for assessing the wide ranging rules and processes of clearinghouses around the globe, outlining its benefits to clearing firms, their clients, CCPs and regulators alike.

Speakers:
Mark Drury, Partner, Linklaters
Jackie Mesa, Senior Vice President of Global Policy, FIA
Mitja Siraj, Vice President of Legal, FIA
Michael Voisin, Partner & Global Head of Capital Markets, Linklaters

12:30 PM

Networking Lunch

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
1:45 PMConcurrent Session

MiFID II - Where Are We Now?

King George
While the delay to implementation of MiFID II has presented some relief to market users, there remain a number of areas of uncertainty causing concern about how to prepare to comply. This panel will look at some of the stand-out issues, timelines and how MiFID II will shape the industry of the future.

Chair:
Janina Marks, Global Head of Clearing Product Management, UBS

Speakers:
Carolyn Jackson, Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman UK
Allison Parent, Head of Global Policy and Strategy, Barclays
Ben Pott, Group Head of Government Affairs, ICAP
Alvaro Zambrano-Saez, Cleared Derivatives Product Development, Global Regulations, J.P. Morgan

1:45 PMConcurrent Session

Is Reg Tech the New Fin Tech?

Queen Charlotte
With regulation driving the biggest changes to financial market structures and operations, this session will consider the developments in technology that are enabling vendors to provide robust solutions.

Chair:
Brendan Bradley

Speakers:
Chris Bates, Founder & Chief Commercial Officer, Abide Financial
Jamie Khurshid, Chief Executive Officer, BOAT
Michael O'Brien, Head of Product Management, Risk & Surveillance Solutions, Nasdaq
Mark Whitcroft, Founder & Partner, Illuminate Financial

1:45 PMConcurrent Session

Sponsored Session: The Technancial Company & Broadridge

King Vault
(Open to all attendees)

New Service Paradigm in the Derivatives World

How is service in the FCM business changing? 'In-time' action needs 'real-time' information. Is there still a 'Front Office' or a 'Back Office' - or is it moving towards FMBO (Front, Middle, Back  Office all in one)? How 'Post' is Post Trade today? What does the 21st Century FCM look like in the changing environment? Can you deliver Better Service and Cost Savings in a sea of rising costs: Compliance, Risk Management, Complex Back Office?

Chair:
Will Acworth, Editor in Chief, Market Voice

Speakers:
Neil Crammond, Independent Trader
Nicholas Garrow, Global Head, Front Office Solutions, Societe Generale
Alex Lamb, Head of Business Development and Marketing USA, The Technancial Company
Chris Mitchell, Managing Director, Solutions 4 Clearing
Nachi Muthu, Global Head of Derivatives Solutions, Broadridge
Robin Trott, EMEA Head of Electronic Trading, Citigroup

3:00 PM

Networking Break

Exhibit Areas: Porter Tun, Upper Sugar & Lower Sugar Rooms
Grab a cup before heading to your last session or taking one more loop around the show floor.
3:15 PMConcurrent Session

Transformative Technology: Blockchain and Cleared Derivatives

King George
This session will explore the potential impact that distributed ledger technologies such as blockchain and smart contracts could have on cleared derivatives markets in the coming years and will discuss some of the design and implementation challenges.

Chair:
Simon Puleston Jones, Head of Europe, FIA

Speakers:
Peter Hiom, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, ASX
Anthony Macey, Associate Vice President, Blockchain R&D, Barclays
Colin Platt, Co-founder, DPactum
Sandra Ro, Executive Director, Digitization, CME Group

3:15 PMConcurrent Session

The Market Abuse Regulation: July 3 and Beyond

Queen Charlotte
The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), which is scheduled to take effect on July 3, will greatly expand the scope of the European market abuse regime. This panel will take place less than four weeks from that date and will address some of the main issues that are still confronting firms as they work on ensuring compliance with the new rules. Further, looking beyond the immediate implementation challenges that confront the futures industry, the panel will also scrutinise what MAR will mean in terms of regulatory expectations going forward. This panel will bring together representatives of some of the main market and regulatory stakeholders who will help to shed light on this impactful new rule set. Topics to be addressed include the scope of, and regulatory expectations for, the new STORs regime; definitional issues around abusive and manipulative practices; surveillance capabilities; extraterritorial impact; and investment recommendations.

Chair:
Piebe Teeboom, Secretary General, FIA European Principal Traders Association

Speakers:
John Clouser, Market Structure & Regulation, Eurex
Stefan Hendrickx, Founder & Executive Director, Ancoa
Ivan Koedjikov, Director, Maven Securities
Christiane Leuthier, Senior Director of Commodities, FIA
Edward Stileman, Advisory Compliance – Futures and Commodities, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

4:30 PM

Conclude

6:30 PM

Gala Dinner

Wrap up your IDX experience with a wonderful charity event in aid of Futures for Kids. A must attend for IDX attendees, the Gala attracts more than 600 guests and gives you the chance to network and form deeper connections within the international derivatives community.  Support Futures for Kids when you purchase a ticket or a table and through fundraising opportunities throughout the evening. Learn more about attending and sponsoring the IDX Gala.