If CCPs and banks alike are not able to accurately assess and navigate the systemic risks posed by central counterparties there could be serious consequences up to the potential default of clients and clearing members as well as regulatory sanctions and even the collapse of central counterparties. The marcus evans 6th Edition Central Counterparty and Clearing Risk conference taking place on 27-28 January, 2022 in London, UK and virtually, brings clearing members, CCPs and regulators together to be able to address these risks and establish the best practices for the field, including ensuring that CCPs are able to carry out effective stress testing and ensure their resiliency while banks are able to improve their counterparty risk modelling. This will allow for a greater degree of cooperation and stability in the market, and will reduce the risk of default losses and wider impacts in the financial industry.
Attending This Premier marcus evans Conference Will Enable You to:
- Assess the current landscape for clearing market participants.
- Optimise CCP margin models and processes.
- Explain best practices and innovations in CCP risk management.
- Optimise margin models from a CCP perspective.
- Evaluate risk and stress testing challenges for CCPs.
- Address new recovery and resolution regulation and its impact on CCPs
Best Practices and Case Studies from:
- Rafael Plata, Secretary General, European Association of Clearing Houses (EACH)
- Alexander Jacobs, Head of OTC Clearing, ABN Amro
- Ignacio Ruiz, Director, Head of Counterparty Credit Risk Analytics and Measurement, Scotiabank
- Niyazi Burak Akan, Director, CCP Department, Takasbank
- Anastasios Zafiropoulos, Chief Risk Officer, ATHEXClear, Athens Exchange Group
- Pedro Gurrola-Perez, Head of Research, World Federation of Exchanges
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