Both counterparties MUST report each trade unless by prior arrangement, one party can report on behalf of both counterparties. Likely through contractual obligations with one another which should set out what information is to be reported. Regulatory responsibility remains with original counterparties. Join this talk and a Q&A session to find the details and future challenges of trade reporting as they relate to your reference data strategy. FCA is driving regulation forward and you need to move swiftly with the changes. This session will give you an update on your trade reporting obligations as well as a chance to ask questions directly to senior management of FCA. Hear about:
Paul Cullender, Head of Client Reference Data & Client On-Boarding IT, RBS
Hayley Barker, Client Regulatory Programme, LEI Programme Manager, Barclays Capital Gail Jewsbury, VP Risk Products, Alacra
Everyone agrees LEI is a good thing. Good for businesses, good for customers and good for the regulators. Ever since FIMA conference started 10 years ago the issue of standards and standardisation has been core to every data manager’s agenda. Banks and buy side have been pushing to adopt one legal entity identifier to get rid of huge inconsistencies, silos and the overload of data processing work. LEIs are now on the regulator’s agenda and seem to be getting close to reality. But are they? Join this panel debate to find out if in practical terms you will see the success of LEIs across the financial community in the near future. Find out about:
16:30 Using big data to predict the future and anticipate disaster in both markets and society. Technology is becoming deeply interwoven into the fabric of society. We develop methods for continuous, automated analysis of online data in order to anticipate and detect significant societal events, such as political crises, humanitarian crises, mass violence, riots, mass migrations, disease outbreaks, economic instability, resource shortages, and responses to natural disasters. Tobias Preis will outline some recent highlights of his research, addressing two questions. Firstly, can big data resources provide insights into crises in financial markets? By analysing Google query volumes for search terms related to finance, we find patterns which may be interpreted as early warning signs of stock market moves. Secondly, can we provide insight into international differences in economic wellbeing by comparing patterns of interaction with the Internet? To answer this question, we introduce a future-orientation index to quantify the degree by which Internet users seek more information about years in the future than years in the past. Our results illustrate the potential that comes from combining extensive behavioural data sets to give us a better understanding of large scale human economic behaviours.
-Predictive Analytics of Big Data -Digital Traces of Human Behaviour -Financial Markets Moves Captured in Big Data -Web-based Open Source Indicators -News Analytics -Digital Economy
Tobias Preis, Founder and Managing Director, Artemis Capital Asset Management
17:00 Topic lead roundtable discussions LEI – challenges and business growth opportunities Moderated by: Tom Dalglish, CTO, UBS Developing new skill sets for data managers of tomorrow Moderated by: Sue Baldwin, Executive Director EMEA Third Party Oversight, J.P. Morgan Data governance models and challenges Moderated by: Peter O'Keefe, Reference Data Programme Lead, Chief Data Office, Royal Bank of Scotland Group Discussing the role and place of Chief Data Officer – a C – level approach to data Moderated by: Lorraine Waters, Group Deputy CDO, HSBC Innovative & systemic use of data: Moderated by: Mark Uksusman, Sr. Manager, Data Architecture, eBay Network, benchmark and learn from your peers – use the roundtables to get answers to your questions! Heads of reference data and data architects don’t often get the chance to meet others in their field in small groups of 10-12 professionals, all of them doing similar jobs on similar levels in similar financial institutions. This session is an opportunity for data managers to meet their peers during a round tables session. The advantage is that you may obtain a new technical resource, or someone to bounce ideas off, or find a valuable professional mentor. But obvious benefits aside, it is always agreable to chat with someone who does your job outside your own company, and who understands the challenges and frustrations of your position.
Share your own knowledge and expertise. Not only can you access and gain strategies you need for a specific project you’re working on, but you can also share your own experiences and knowledge with other heads of desks. You can build credibility, expand your network and help a colleague out. 18:10 FIMA 2013 Networking Drinks
After a long career as Change Director and Strategist for major financial institutions Silvano Stagni decided it was time to focus on regulatory change – whether researching, writing or consulting.
His experience in bridging communication gaps between stakeholders is the basis of his style emphasising pra [read more]
André has been working in the financial industry for 25+ years in the market data and data management areas.
He was previously head of BNP Paribas Market Data strategy analyzing the market data landscape both on the offer side (vendors, exchanges, brokers, new ventures) and the demand side (business lines) and all factors impacting it such as r [read more]
Richard has recently joined Tech Mahindra’s Banking, Financial Services & Insurance division as Director Business Development. He has over 25 years working in the financial services industry for both software suppliers and vendors i.e. Thomson Reuters, Linedata, The London Stock Exchange. Having worked on both the buy-side and sell-side of the industry [read more]