Post-Trade Risk Roundtable - Discussion of how you can effectively identify, monitor and manage risk


Date: Thursday, 28 April, 2016
Starting at: 14:00 CET (13:00 GMT)
Location: SOFITEL, Luxembourg
Contact: Claudia Cavallo

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On the back of a hugely successful post-trade roundtable for funds event in London in March, our sponsors Thomas Murray are delighted to announce their next event, Post-Trade Risk Roundtable - Discussion of how you can effectively identify, monitor and manage risk

The event provides Management Companies and Depositary Banks in Luxembourg an opportunity to come together and share their approaches to monitoring their post-trade exposures in a changing regulatory environment.


This will be an interactive session throughout, with opportunity for questions and open discussion

13:30 - 14:00 - Registration and Welcome

Opening Remarks

Janet Wynn, COO

Part 1 - How is the changing regulatory environment impacting the obligations of service providers?

An insight into the evolving post-trade landscape, with particular focus on the consequences of UCITS, AIFMD and IOSCO asset safety principles.

Nick Bradley, Chief Risk Officer

Part 2 - How to monitor your post-trade risks?

An overview of data and market monitoring solutions that can help you mitigate your risks.

Jim Micklethwaite, Director - Capital Markets and Agent Bank Group

16:00 - 16:20 Networking with your peers. Tea and Coffee Break.

Part 3 - Tools to build your own solution

How you can effectively identify, monitor and manage your risk exposures.

Janet Wynn, COO

17:10 - 17:30 - Final Q&A, interactive peer discussion with polls and concluding remarks

Janet Wynn, Chief Operating Officer

Drinks Reception - Please join us for a Drinks Reception at the Hotel after the event from 17:30 - 19:30.

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The event will include the following speakers:

Janet Wynn is Chief Operating Officer of Thomas Murray Data Services. Previously, Janet worked as a Managing Director at DTCC, where she co-founded the Deriv/SERV trade matching and confirmation service for OTC derivatives, as well as the original Trade Information Warehouse for CDS contracts. Janet was also an active member of SIFMA's AMF (Asset Manager Forum) Steering Committee, a group dedicated to giving an industry voice to the operations concerns of the buy side. From 2008, Janet led relationship management for the Settlement and Asset Services businesses at DTCC, as well as overseeing the international clients. Janet also worked for Chase Manhattan Bank, Bankers Trust Company, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in a variety of strategy, product, and operations management roles in wholesale securities and payments. She is a regular speaker at derivative and asset servicing industry conferences for more than 15 years.

Nick Bradley is Chief Risk Officer of Thomas Murray Data Services. Prior to joining Thomas Murray Data Services, Nick was a Managing Director with Standard & Poor’s from 1993 to 2006 where he was European Practice Leader for the Fund Ratings & Research Group and Standard & Poor’s Governance Services. He is responsible for global institutional client relationship management and services delivered to that client base.Prior to Standard & Poor’s, Nick held a number of progressively senior corporate and investment banking positions with leading international banks including Lloyds Bank, BancBoston, Bank of America and Credit Agricole.


Jim Micklethwaite is Director of Capital Markets Group at Thomas Murray Data Services. Jim Micklethwaite joined Thomas Murray Data Services in 1996. He directs the Capital Markets group which is responsible for the collection and validation of data, issuing risk ratings and monitoring all TMDS products. He directs a team of 18 analysts that track market practice in over 100 markets; assess risks in over 85 market infrastructures; 140 CSDs, 260 agent bank ratings and 30 CCPs worldwide. Jim is a subject matter expert on central depositories, and has led various public rating projects for CSDs and more recently major capital market infrastructure CPSS/IOSCO and CSD benchmarkingstudies.