Celent Securities & Investments Webinar: Equipping the Front Office for the New Risk Environment

: Virtual Event
: November 27, 2012
: 11:00 a.m. EST
: Cubillas Ding, Securities & Investments
EMEA, North America

Register at http://newriskenvironment.eventbrite.com

The past few years have seen intensive discussions and industry debates around regulatory change, derivatives market structure reforms, and their subsequent impact on banks’ financial resources. The industry has now reached a pivotal time, where it is necessary to execute rather than talk, in spite of regulatory uncertainties ahead. For global financial institutions, Dodd-Frank, EMIR derivatives reforms, and Basel III are expected to individually cost between US$150 million and $350 million per firm. This is larger than any of the “big” precrisis compliance change programmes that we have seen in the last decade, such as SOX, AML, IFRS, MiFID I, and Basel II.

Join Cubillas Ding, Research Director with Celent's Securities & Investments Group, as he examines the changing economics of equities, fixed income, credit and rates businesses, and how trading and risk management capabilities need to respond to market structure changes, emerging regulations and disruptive technologies on the horizon.

This presentation draws on findings from the report Equipping the Front Office for the New Risk Environment: A Survey of Strategic and Operational Priorities, based on insights from Celent's most recent electronic trading, risk management and technology study conducted to understand how senior executives from global tier 1 financial institutions envisage the future of their capital markets businesses and how their organizations are formulating strategies to meet their goals.

This event is free to attend for Celent clients, flex-plan clients, and the media. Non-clients can attend for a fee of US$195. If you are unsure of your client status, please contact Andrew Renzella at arenzella@celent.com or at +1.617.262.3124.

Register at http://newriskenvironment.eventbrite.com

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