SIO CSDR/SFTR 20 June event

Jun 12, 2019

June’s SIO event, hosted by Morgan Stanley, brings together JP Morgan and DTCC who will present the latest view on CSDR and SFTR. These key regulatory changes, both intended to go-live in 2020, will have a significant impact on all organisations in the Financial Services sector.

This event will share insight and the latest information on the changes, including a view on automation/efficiency, whilst giving an opportunity for open discussion.

CSDR aims to create a robust settlement environment by providing:

  • Shorter settlement periods
    settlement discipline measures (mandatory cash penalties and ‘buy-ins’ for settlement fails)
  • An obligation regarding dematerialisation for most securities
  • Strict prudential and conduct of business rules for CSDs
  • Strict access rights to CSD services
  • Increased prudential and supervisory requirements for CSDs and other institutions providing banking services ancillary to securities settlement

SFTR is intended to enhance the transparency of securities financing markets by imposing a requirement for those who enter into securities financing transactions to report them to a trade repository. The SFTR applies to:

  • Any counterparty to a securities financing operation
  • Trade repositories, that need to be authorised under given conditions
  • UCITS investment companies and AIFMs in relation to the obligation to publish their use of SFTs in their half-yearly and annual reports
  • Any counterparty engaged in the re-use of financial collateral, where that counterparty is domiciled in an EU member state or, under certain conditions, where a counterparty is domiciled outside the EU

Running Order

Registration 14:00-14:30

Speakers/interactive 14:30-16:30

Networking and close 16:30-17:00

 

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