Webinar - Time to change your trade repository?
UnaVista participated in this COOConnect webinar on 14 November 2014, talking about whether its time for firms to change their trade repository.
Six months have elapsed since the reporting of derivatives transactions to competing trade repositories started in Europe. This is long enough for the differences between providers in terms of client service, technology and costs to be understood, with consequences for the compliance risk incurred by users of the services. If the competition proposed by regulators is to become effective, derivatives users must be prepared to move their portfolios. So how hard is it to move, especially in the light of the challenging start to the reporting process?
The webinar will be moderated by COOConnect founding partner Dominic Hobson, and will include the following panellists:
Opening and closing remarks by Dominic Hobson, Founder of COOConnect.
Daniel Jude serves as Director of Client Development and Sales at CME Group based out of the company’s London office. Since joining CME Group earlier this year, Daniel has been heavily involved in the development of CME Trade Repository and the application for authorisation submitted to ESMA. His knowledge on the EMIR Reporting Requirement has resulted in three articles being published in trade journals. Prior to joining CME Group, Daniel gained more than 10 years financial services industry experience. He has worked for RBS IB, UBS IB and MarkitSERV, specialising in FX, Rates and Credit products. In recent years, Daniel’s main focus has been assisting Banks, Hedge Funds, Asset Managers, Commercials and Corporates with their operational readiness for EMIR and Dodd-Frank. Daniel also served as the operational technical specialist for client engagement in relation to UBS IB’s European Clearing Broker offering.
Andrew Green is a derivatives professional with 20 years’ experience across operations, finance, middle office and programme management. Green joined DTCC in September 2009 to lead the initial development of the Equity Derivatives Trade Repository in London. At the end of 2011 Green took on the new role at DTCC to create a global Account Management team for DTCC’s derivatives and repository services. In 2013, he was appointed Head of Sales and Relationship Management for Europe and APAC, covering all DTCC derivatives services. Before joining DTCC, Green had senior roles mainly within the Equity Derivatives business at RBS and Deutsche Bank.
Tom Wieczorek is Head of UnaVista Product Management. Tom is an experienced product manager and strategist with a wealth of expertise in the financial services industry. In his role as head of the LSEG’s UnaVista products, Tom is responsible for guiding the direction of UnaVista’s solutions and is instrumental in keeping UnaVista at the forefront of regulatory, business and technology developments. Prior to joining LSEG, Tom headed financial services solutions at NexJ, led workforce planning and business intelligence products at Workbrain Inc., and worked in Product Management and Business Development at Siebel Systems. Tom holds an engineering degree from University of Waterloo and an MBA from Queen's School of Business.
Paul Clement has over 15 years of experience across all areas of Operations, Compliance, Legal, Cash Management, Execution Trading, IT and has a strong in depth knowledge across most asset classes. Currently Paul serves as Partner & Director of Operations for Castilium Capital LLP which is a Long/Short Equity A.I. Quant fund which launched last year where his responsibilities include all areas of Operations, Compliance, IR and Legal. Since Joining Castilium Paul has owned the successful implementation of AIFMD, EMIR , FATCA and owned the implementation of Novus risk system. Prior to Castilium Paul successfully headed up the Operations & Compliance functions in London for Visium Asset Management and was also the Compliance Officer and acted as an authorized execution trader. Prior to Visium Paul has held similar Senior Operational/ Trade Support positions for COMAC Capital, Fortress LLP (Drawbridge Fund), Old Lane LLP and Bank of America.