1 FREE attendance for qualified end users September 26, London Victoria Park Plaza Bringing together leading market and reference data executives and top decision makers from the biggest financial firms across Europe to demonstrate the latest market and reference data strategies Reference data Market data Regulation Data governance Big Data IBOR Speakers include: MORNING Keynote: Tarrill Baker, Chief Data Officer, Global Banking and Markets, HSBC Daniel Johnson, Vice President, Head of Valuation, Wells Fargo Global Fund Services Simon Goodman, Chief Technology Officer, MARSHALL WACE ASSET MANAGEMENT Alasdair Anderson, Global Head of Architecture, HSBC Afternoon Keynote: Professor Mark Whitehorn, Chair of Analytics, UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE Rupert Brown, Lead Architect CTO Office, UBS Colin Gibson, Head of Data Architecture Markets & International Banking, RBS Les Beale, Global Head of Investment Operations Outsourcing Product Development, NORTHERN TRUST Lead sponsor: Panel sponsors: Co-sponsors: Hosted by: financialinformationsummit.com/eu
2 September 26, London Welcome Dear Delegate, On behalf of Inside Market Data and Inside Reference Data, we invite you to attend the annual European Financial Information Summit, to be held on September 26 at the Victoria Park Plaza hotel in London. This year, the programme will address the increasingly complex business challenges and opportunities in the financial data industry to help you maximise the value of your data, manage it better, and utilise tools that enable you to stay ahead of your competition. Through a mix of keynotes, panel discussions and presentations, this summit offers a compelling opportunity to learn best practices for market and reference data strategies, the latest advances in market data technology, practical steps to ensure compliance with new regulations and exchange licensing agreements, and solutions for addressing cost and budget issues. Don t miss our morning keynote delivered by Tarrill Baker, Chief Data Officer, Global Banking and Markets, HSBC and out-of-industry afternoon keynote from Professor Mark Whitehorn, Chair of Analytics, UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE. Another highlight of this year s agenda is the introduction of two regulatory presentations one for each stream that will provide an opportunity to review the key data issues impacted by regulatory demands. We look forward to welcoming you to the conference on September 26, With warm regards, Max Bowie, Editor, Inside Market Data Michael Shashoua, Editor, Inside Reference Data A well attended industry conference including all the major players in market data space. Daniel Johnson, Vice President, Data Management, NORTHERN TRUST Who should attend the European Financial Information Summit Information Summit 2013? This event will be of value to all those working in market data, reference data and enterprise data management in financial institutions. It is of particular relevance to those executives with the following job titles: Chief Data Officer Chief Information Officer Chief Operating Officer Chief Technology Officer Global, Regional, Country Heads; Directors and Senior Management with responsibility for: Market Data Services Low-latency Data Administration Market Data Commercial Reference Data Strategy Reference Data Quality & Operations Client Data Services Data Architecture Enterprise Data Management Data Outsourcing Algorithmic Trading What s in it for you? Information Systems IT Strategy & Trading Technology Electronic Trading & Execution Market Data Operations Market Data Analysts Risk Management and Compliance Regulations Hear an exclusive morning keynote address from Tarrill Baker, Chief Data Officer, HSBC and an afternoon out-of-industry keynote on Big Data by Professor Mark Whitehorn, Chair of Analytics, UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE Acquire knowledge of new initiatives that you can implement within your organisation to drive down costs from thought provoking panel discussions Gain competitive advantage by acting on practical guidance given in the exclusive opening regulatory presentation Discover the best practices for optimising your market data technology Assess your reference data strategies to stay compliant and keep your costs down LEI Pricing and Valuations Network with peers and make new industry contacts financialinformationsummit.com/eu
3 September 26, London Morning Programme 8.00 Registration and breakfast 8.50 Welcome address Max Bowie, Editor, Inside Market Data 9.00 KEYNOTE address: Exploring the value of data: All that glitters Tarrill Baker, Chief Data Officer, Global Banking and Markets, HSBC Stream 1: Inside Market Data Chairperson s opening remarks: 9.30 Regulatory Presentation: A short regulatory presentation to set the scene and give context and additional points of discussion to the following panel Speaker to be announced 9.45 Rethinking market data in an era of continuous regulatory change How will changing European market conditions impact regulation and data needs? The long-term implications, costs and opportunities of OTC SEFs and SDRs Transparency is calling for pre and post-trade data: reviewing the requirements of the European Consolidated Tape (ECT) model under MiFID II Minimising your implementation efforts and overcoming your ongoing compliance challenges to meet the new Basel III capital and liquidity standards Key data requirements of services to support regulatory compliance and reporting David Berry, COSSIOM IPUG FISD Executive Committee, UBS Oliver Rose, Head of Projects and International Data Management, SOCIETE GENERALE Martin Gould, Director, Regulatory Reform Implementation, CITI Stream 2: Inside Reference Data Chairperson s opening remarks: 9.30 Regulatory Presentation: Reviewing complex regulatory asset data challenges Chris Johnson, Head of Product Management, Market Data Services, Fund Services, HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES 9.45 Articulating regulatory expectations and going beyond the global regulatory burden FATCA, Solvency II, Dodd Frank, MiFID, EMIR: reviewing the practical realities and establishing regulatory requirements for the reference data industry Vision vs. reality: identifying and filling the gaps between regulatory expectations and industry readiness What are the practical steps you need to follow in order to stay compliant with your reference data? The New Financial Transaction Tax (FTT): will the rest of Europe introduce their own taxes? How can you assess what data transactions are liable for the tax? Issuing information in a standard format and automating corporate actions to reduce risk Moderator: Chris Johnson, Head of Product Management, Market Data Services, Fund Services, HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES Darren Marsh, Senior Product Manager, SIX FINANCIAL INFORMATION Julian Dorado, Head of Data Management, M&G Simon Feddo, Director, UBS Morning break and opportunity to network Panel: Market data technology: cheaper, faster, smarter trading strategies Monetizing your technology across multiple businesses: where should you focus next to gain competitive advantage? The path of ultra-low latency: fibre and microwave connectivity between Frankfurt and London to facilitate your electronic trading strategy Smart trading strategies: best practices to maintain your speed, data quality and money What is next in trading infrastructure? Moderator: Jogi Narain, Chief Technology Officer, FGS CAPITAL Daniel Cooke, Group Technology, UBS Francis Madden, Executive Director CIBC Richard Croucher, European Lead of High Frequency Engineering, Barclays Panel: Big Data big profits: the next round of business opportunities Monetising Big Data: what is the pragmatic Return On your analytics Investment? Developing your business plan for Big Data: identifying resources and gaps to drive your profitability and differentiate your business Extracting value from your technology: identifying trends, opportunities and improving your productivity Undertaking analytics initiatives to enhance your risk models and to better understand your customers Seizing the potential of Big Data: optimizing your data-driven decisions Simon Goodman, Chief Technology Officer, MARSHALL WACE ASSET MANAGEMENT Alasdair Anderson, Global Head of Architecture, HSBC Panel: LEI: What are the next steps in establishing the global LEI and when will it be up and running? What is the current status of LEI? How will an LEI system benefit the data industry? Aggregating your exposures and risks via LEI Overcoming the next round of challenges and leveraging the upcoming opportunities Neville Homer, LEI Data Manager, RBS Brian Tilley, Director, UBS Emma Kalliomaki, Head of SEDOL Masterfile, London Stock Exchange Group Neill Vanlint, Managing Director for EMEA and APAC, GOLDENSOURCE Torjus Jensen, Managing Director, Financial Services, LUXOFT Panel: Pricing and valuation insights The impact of IFRS 13 and AIFMD on required reporting: key actions and tools to increase your transparency and stay compliant Level 1,2,3 pricing: how many sources are enough? Achieving operational efficiency: best practices to overcome cost and time challenges Assessing internal vs. external valuation practices Moderator: Daniel Johnson, Director, Valuation LaCrosse Global Fund Services, WELLS FARGO Anthony O Connor, Head of Product Management, OTC Pricing and Risk, Global Product, HSBC Gary Pringle, Vice-President, Corporate & Investment Bank, J.P. MORGAN CHASE Debra Walton, Managing Director of Enterprise Content, THOMSON REUTERS
4 Afternoon Programme Lunch and opportunity to network Stream 1: Inside Market Data Panel: Market data as a service Inside the meet-me room : datacentres and co-location facilities as the centres of content collection and distribution The challenges and opportunities of connectivity in the cloud Are you a financial firm or an IT company: assessing what to outsource, where, how, to who, and why Open architectures, on-demand data and app stores: new ways to create best-of-breed datasets Rupert Brown, Lead Architect CTO Office, UBS Further speakers to be announced Panel: The do s and don ts of distribution for data license compliance From KYC to CYA: Know what users use, how they use it, and what your contracts allow Tracking your market data and reconciling inventory management systems to stay compliant and cut costs Staying on top of expensive and complex licensing models in tough times to save time and avoid overpayments and penalties Rights and wrongs: Who owns the right to list contracts or structure trades based on proprietary index data? Andrej Huesener, Senior Director, Information Products Management, CME GROUP Further speakers to be announced Stream 2: Inside Reference Data Panel: Designing and executing a successful data governance plan Technology, process, data and people: setting the right priorities to embrace new business and stay ahead of competition Leveraging your distributed architecture to get the right information to the right person at the right time Ensuring high-quality reference and time-series data: your strategic asset to meet your business needs and regulatory, risk and compliance demands Developing a Securities Master System: best practices to optimize your operational efficiency and slash your costs Tracing hidden risks and aggregating enterprise data to meet regulatory requirements Brian Otten, Data Architect, Barclays Daniel Roberts, FS Solution Architect, 10GEN Ian Cumberpatch, Associate Director, Business Development, EMEA, ASSET CONTROL Panel: The Investment book of record (IBOR): is this the next generation of EDM s Efficient ways of reconciling front and back office views of data to have a complete view of your business How can you create a reliable IBOR to enhance risk management and pre-trade decision-making? Best practices to set up a high quality IBOR and get the most value of your technology Optimizing your operational performance and enhancing your decision-making via accurate and timely data Colin Gibson, Head of Data Architecture Markets & International Banking, RBS Les Beale, Global Head of Investment Operations Outsourcing Product Development, NORTHERN TRUST Afternoon break and opportunity to network Afternoon Keynote Address: Professor Mark Whitehorn, Chair of Analytics, UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE Using big data to save the world Big data isn t just about making money, it can also enrich people s lives Oh, and push back the frontiers of science as well End-User Panel: The current outlook and future drivers for the market data industry How is the current economic improvement affecting data budgets and stimulating demand for market data? Identifying and meeting business needs by optimizing market data strategy, negotiating better terms, and partnering with vendors Strategies for cutting costs and achieving realistic savings in a time of increasing numbers and amounts of fees Addressing increased scrutiny of usage and licensing by tracking data in real time to stay compliant Richard Fish, Global Head of Market Data Services, UBS Nimesh Bharadia, Head of Market Data Business & Strategy EMEA, CITI Meg Dillon, Information Centre Manager, BNP PARIBAS Ravinder Bhadhal, Global Head of Market Data, MAN GROUP Cocktail reception FREE attendance for qualified end users Registration Early bird price (expires August 1) VAT Standard price VAT Qualified financial end-users* Complimentary *Qualified end-users include investment banks, asset managers, institutional investors and hedge funds To register please visit financialinformationsummit.com/eu or
5 FREE attendance for qualified end users September 26, London Lead sponsor Panel sponsors SIX Financial Information is a leading global provider of first-rate data services and solutions for financial and insurance firms, corporations and the media. SIX Financial Information aggregates data, directly and in real-time, from over 1000 worldwide sources, covering the all the major trading venues. Its financial information comprises reference data, corporate actions, pricing and market data for over 9 million securities and is unique in terms of information depth, breadth and structure. Financial news and customized solutions complement the offering. With offices in 24 countries SIX Financial Information combines the advantages of local presence with global reach to offer a comprehensive data portfolio along with industry knowledge for professionals specialized in investment advisory, portfolio management, financial analysis and securities administration. SIX Financial Information is part of SIX. On a global scale, SIX offers first-rate services in the areas of securities trading, clearing and settlement, as well as financial market information and payment transactions. six-financial-information.com MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database gaining rapid popularity with Financial services organizations who are reinventing their back office systems due to new regulatory pressures and increased competition in a global market. Regulations such as the Dodd-Frank Act and European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) are driving requirements for greater transparency of financial transactions, in turn increasing data volumes across the business, from financial products to risk data. Financial services organizations are reacting to these demands by redesigning their core services on MongoDB. 10gen.com Asset Control offers a combination of proven technology and expert knowledge to ensure that financial organizations have the accurate, accessible and actionable data that is necessary to drive their business. Asset Control has been providing data management solutions to leading financial institutions for more than 21 years. It helps companies define their data management processes and then provides flexible, easilyintegrated solutions that feed accurate, accessible and actionable data to its customers downstream systems, including risk management, compliance, trading, modeling, order management, accounting and audit. Asset Control s solutions are completely data neutral, and aggregate data from all of a customer s chosen sources. Its tailored products serve leading companies across the financial services industry, and the company is strongly focused on delivering solutions that meet customer expectations. asset-control.com As the world s leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, CME Group is where the world comes to manage risk, offering the widest range of global benchmark products across all major asset classes. We bring buyers and sellers together through our CME Globex electronic trading platform and our trading facilities in New York and Chicago. CME Clearing, an industry-leading central counterparty clearing provider, offers clearing and settlement services for exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives. cmegroup.com GoldenSource makes it easy to manage critical reference and market data. We offer an integrated Enterprise Data Management (EDM) platform for the securities and investment management industry. Our innovative products are designed to create, maintain and distribute a trusted golden copy. Our unique data model covers all financial instruments, customers and counterparties, and extends to transactions and positions. The ability to connect, organize and aggregate trusted information reduces risk, drives better decisions and helps our customers achieve their goals. thegoldensource.com UnaVista is London Stock Exchange Group s global hosted platform for all matching, validation and reconciliation needs. It is a technologically advanced service offering a range of business solutions designed to help firms become more efficient and reduce operational and regulatory risk across all asset classes. Those services include: Regulatory compliance including EMIR reporting, MiFID transaction reporting (multiple regulators), short selling & transaction tax Reconciliations cash, stock, system-system, NAV, Exchange, ETD, client money, FOBO Data Solutions incorporating SEDOL Masterfile, corporate actions, historical trading data and analytics Post Trade Services trade confirmations and swaps portal lseg.com Luxoft is a leading provider in application outsourcing services for the banking and financial services industry. Global financial institutions have collaborated with Luxoft to create the innovative banking technology needed to compete in today s global market. Luxoft builds long-lasting partnerships with Deutsche Bank, UBS, Citi, Credit Suisse and others. Luxoft s expertise in banking technology and financial software development includes: Trading Platforms (OMS, EMS), Risk Management Platforms, Market Connectivity and DMA, Hardware Acceleration (FPGA, GPU), Data Warehouse and BI Solutions, Credit Platforms (KYC, Scoring, Credit Approval & Underwriting, Servicing, Collection), Banking CRM, Mobile Solutions, Virtual Data Rooms, etc. luxoft.com Thomson Reuters Enterprise Content is responsible for the management & distribution of non-streaming content within the Financial & Risk division of Thomson Reuters. It is one of the financial markets leading providers of end of & intra-day content including; evaluated pricing, legal entity, analytics, indices & other referential data sets across the broadest range of asset classes and entity types. This valued content enables our clients to better support their risk mitigation, portfolio management, fund administration and compliance workflows and systems. Enterprise Content serves the front, middle and back office and is delivered via Thomson Reuters DataScope; a robust & scalable delivery platform used by over 2300 clients worldwide on a daily basis. thomsonreuters.com Co-sponsors Sponsorship Information If you would like to come on board as a sponsor for the European Financial Information Summit 2013, please contact: Jo Webb T: +44 (0) E:
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