How to prepare for EMIR

How to prepare for EMIR

Panel session - How to prepare for EMIR

  • How consistent and defined is the new ‘global’ regulatory reporting regime and how prepared is the industry?

  • What are the new front-to-back processes that dealers need to implement?

  • What is the impact on dealers in terms of the usual trade-offs between cost, control and service? 


David Nowell, Head of Industry Relations and Regulatory Compliance, UnaVista, LSEG

David Nowell is Head of Industry Relations and Regulatory Compliance at the London Stock Exchange. He has over 20 years financial services experience on both sides of the regulatory fence, having worked previously for the FSA, Reuters and Credit Suisse.  

David was the FSA’s representative on transaction reporting in Europe for a number of years where he was intimately engaged in policy negotiations with other regulators, giving him a unique insight into the policy-making process and the regulators’ expectations of the industry 

Silvano Stagnani, Group Head of Marketing and Research, Hatstand 

After a long career as Change Director and Strategist for major financial institutions, Silvano Stagni decided to focus his professional growth on the impact of IT on regulatory change, whether researching, writing or consulting. His experience in bridging communication gaps between stakeholders is the basis of his style as a consultant and writer. 

Silvano joined Hatstand in June 2012, he runs the Hatstand regulatory practice in London and Hatstand Thought Leadership programme globally. His communication skills also put him in charge of spreading the Hatstand message globally. 

Kiri Self, Head of Exchanges and Market Infrastructure, KPMG

Kiri recently joined KPMG as Head of Exchanges and Market Infrastructure. With over a decade of industry experience, highlights in her career include operational management and senior management roles on the sell-side, with institutional and retail brokers, and for market infrastructure providers. 

Patrick Ludden, Regulatory Reporting Consultant, BAML

Patrick Ludden is an ACA with a background in regulatory risk. He has been in banking for almost 20 years and has worked for a large number of major firms such as HSBC, Abbey, Bear Stearns, RBS and Barclays Capital. He has worked extensively on MiFID over the last 5-7 years and is a recognised subject matter expert in transaction reporting. He is a member of the BBA Transaction Reporting Working Group and is also a member of the OTC Derivatives transaction reporting sub-group. He is currently a regulatory reporting consultant to Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London. 

Moderator - Dr Robert Barnes, Managing Director, Anopolis

Dr Barnes created Anopolis in 2013 after 19+ years at UBS and as CEO of UBS MTF from launch to #1 among peers. Recognized in FTSE Global Markets 20-20 most influential market leaders of 2011, he chaired the World Exchange Congress 2011-2013, and is Chairman of TheCityUK Turkey Advisory Group. 

He is a Chartered Fellow and Board Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment and served as Chairman 2004-2009 of the Securities Trading Committee of the London Investment Banking Association. He has participated on multiple exchange and regulatory groups, including the FSA's Capital Markets Senior Practitioner Committee, and the European Commission's Clearing and Settlement Advisory and Monitoring Expert Group.