Annual Canadian Workshop - Global Custody: Understanding and evaluating the risks and exposures of the post-trade environment
Friday, 2 June, 2017
Thompson Toronto Hotel, Toronto, Canada
In its annual one day workshop in Toronto, Thomas Murray will explore a range of the strategic issues facing the industry and its participants. Thomas Murray’s Directors will share their views and opinions on what are the key risks facing institutional investors in the changing asset servicing industry both globally and locally.
In a fully interactive day, you will be provided with an opportunity to network with other asset owners and managers, and to gain an appreciation of the challenges with which your peer group are most concerned. The day is deliberately structured to encourage an interactive relationship between the group and to develop thought leadership.
The workshop will also set out how an investor should evaluate and monitor its post-trade counterparty risk exposures right down the post-trade chain, from the global custodian, down to the entities that are holding your assets in the local market. The workshop will identify the options available for managing asset safety exposures and recoverability.
The changing regulatory requirements continue to challenge investors globally. The workshop provides a forum for discussing actions that may be taken to effectively manage and meet regulatory obligations and sharing our observations from a global client base.
We will provide Thomas Murray's unique and objective understanding of the global market and where the industry is today, together with the potential impacts upon the local market in the future.
08:30 - 09:00 - Registration and welcome
09:00 - 10:30 - Workshop commences - Strategic issues facing the industry globally and in Canada
13:30 - 15:30 - Managing post-trade risks and evaluating counterparties
15:30 - 15:45 - Mid-afternoon coffeee break
15:45 - 17:00 - The future landscape
17:00 - 17:30 - Final Q&A and end of workshop
REGISTRATION: Early bird discount of $799 if registration is complete by Friday 5 May, 2017. Registration after that date is $949. All prices exclude the relevant tax payable. Multi-delegate discount available.