September 21, 2004, New York City
After years of false starts, a true global infrastructure is beginning to take shape to support the exploding volume of cross-border trading and global investment management. Not only are depositories, clearinghouses, regulators, custodians and broker-dealers dedicating increased resources to manage the risks and increase the efficiencies associated with global clearance, settlement and asset servicing, but industry groups and even government organizations have proposed complex and comprehensive models for implementing appropriate cost and risk controls.
This conference will explore the various initiatives that have been put forth, as well as examine the actual solutions proposed by DTCC, leading vendors and industry organizations to deal with global securities processing from trade to settlement to safekeeping. Also, a concurrent vendor exhibit will feature many of the providers of these solutions.
The preliminary agenda, which can be viewed online includes:
- Update on the Global Clearance & Settlement Infrastructure
- Updates by Industry Organizations
- Global Securities Processing Standards
- Identifying and Managing Operational Risk
- Global Corporate Actions Processing
- Global Reconciliations and Exception Management
The price for this one-day conference is only $595 if you register by August 21, $695 thereafter