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Early Morning Sessions
Global custodians are facing a series of existential challenges. Those set by regulation and digital technology are well-understood. Less appreciated is the need for global custodians to adapt their businesses to the changing demands of their buy-side clients, and the shifting structures of the markets and networks of which they are a part.
Worldwide custody is changing and its imperative to discuss the most pressing topics facing the securities services industry. How well are the custodians meeting their clients’ needs? How are they adapting their business models in this tough regulatory environment?
Late Morning Sessions
The past few years have seen significant downward pressure on custodians' fees as well as regulatory changes requiring increased transparency for charges. Can further lowering of price points only come as a result of reduced service? How are custodians reacting to this pressure and how does it affect their existing client base?
Collateral management is transforming under the new regulatory framework
We will discuss in this session the main regulatory drivers impacting collateral and the implications of the new and constantly changing regulatory landscape, the changes and the changes in the European market behaviour.
Early Afternoon Session
Achieving digital transformation is both a challenge and an opportunity for the industry. Breaking it down into manageable pieces and looking at it through different lenses can enable successful strategic change. So where do we begin?
How are custodians and sub-custodians implementing the new regulations, what challenges are they facing and what solutions have they found?
Late Afternoon Sessions
The economic environment, regulatory pressures and technological advances are creating entirely new opportunities for the industry - can we embrace these changes to welcome a brighter future for securities lending?