The panel will offer advice regarding what type of information financial institutions should review in their legal documents and how to most efficiently manage their documentation to reduce operational risk and related costs.
Boston, MA, and London, UK (PRWEB) May 10, 2011
Exari, the global leader in interactive document assembly, is sponsoring a virtual roundtable discussion (webinar) featuring a panel of leading experts who will discuss the new documentation requirements of central clearing. The panel will offer advice regarding what type of information financial institutions should review in their legal documents and how to most efficiently manage their documentation to reduce operational risk and related costs. The complimentary webinar is on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at 10:00 am (EDT). Click here to register.
Julia Schieffer of DerivSource will moderate the panel featuring:
- Trish Cooper, Director- Head of Derivatives Documentation Group, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities
- Sean MacGloin, Director, Document Risk Solutions Ltd.
- Tim Baros, Documentation specialist
- Paul Nelmes, Exari Systems, Inc.
The panel will discuss the following topics:
1. How will central clearing impact documentation between end clients and clearing members?
2. How will the clearinghouse rules influence documentations? What are the possible discrepancies or differences financial institutions look for?
3. Regulatory reform in US and Europe is currently in progress. Will the regulators likely prescribe what the agreements must contain for central clearing? How can financial institutions manage potential discrepancies between regional regulations?
4. How can financial institutions improve the processing of documentation to better manage a growing volume of documents and increasingly complicated financial products while also reducing operational risk and cost?
A Q&A session with the audience and panel speakers will be held after the roundtable discussion to allow for interaction between the panel and attendees.
For more information or to register, click here.
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DerivSource is the online community and independent information source for professionals active in derivatives processing, technology and related services. Founded by a financial journalist, DerivSource provides industry news, analysis, educational resources and researching tools to help market participants keep well informed in this fast-paced industry. The content covers both exchange-traded and OTC derivatives.
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