POST TRADE 360° is proud to present this year’s conference  in Amsterdam on the 14th of November 2019 for the Dutch market.

We will discuss topics like post trade innovation, regulation, professional development and buy-side investment operations best practices.

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POST TRADE 360° is a provider of news via http://posttrade360.com and hosts four other events in the Nordics. Stockholm - Oslo - Copenhagen - Helsinki

Bastiaan Aalders
Director, CEO Dutch Office, Alpha FMC

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Floortje Nagelkerke
Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

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Edward Wierenga
Head of Business Implementation, NN Investment Partners

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Emilie Kuijper
Legal Advisor, Euroclear

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Stefan Schuurman
RPA Process Designer, KAS BANK

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Jonathan Lee
Senior Regulatory Reporting Specialist (SFTR), Kaizen Reporting

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Benjamin Versluijs
Business Development Manager, Northern Trust

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Colin Ware
Regulatory Product Manager, BNY Mellon

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Mathieu Mitevoy
Product Management, Euroclear

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Roger Storm
Director, Deputy Head of CCP Clearing, SIX

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Olivia Vinden
Head of Fintech & Innovation, Alpha FMC

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Dennis van der Putten
Director Sustainability & Strategy, ACTIAM

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Henk Bruggeman
Managing Director, DACSI

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Vincent Spraakman
Business change Consultant, Business Architecture & Design, PGGM Investments

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Charles-Raymond Boniver
Principal Standards Specialist, SWIFT & Member of ISSA DLT Working Group

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Heiko Cassens
Head of Sales & Relationship Management, EMEA & APAC, LCH

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Soagny Tsisatrana
Senior Account Manager, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

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Schedule

Registration & Breakfast

Moderator's Opening Remarks

Bastiaan Aalders, Director, CEO Dutch Office, Alpha FMC

CASE STUDY: Investment Operations best practices at NN Investment Partners

Edward Wierenga, Head of Business Implementation, NN Investment Partners

PANEL DEBATE: ETF Securities and the Post Trade environment

Panelists to be announced

Coffee

KEYNOTE: How clearing affects the bottom line

  1. Regulatory environment
  2. Benefits of access to a global liquidity pool 
  3. Drivers for central clearing
  4. Capital, margin and operational efficiencies

Heiko Cassens, Head of Sales & Relationship Management, EMEA & APAC, LCH

KEYNOTE: A view of the evolution of FS cyber attacks

This session will examine the hypothesis that cyber security attacks by Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors who have targeted SWIFT members over the past 24 months will evolve from payments and target areas further along the financial services value chain such as market infrastructures, FX and securities.

Soagny Tsisatrana, Senior Account Manager, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence


PANEL DEBATE: Reducing the Operational Risk and Complexity of Managing Alternative Assets

Moderator:

Bastiaan Aalders, Director, CEO Dutch Office, Alpha FMC

Panelists:

Vincent Spraakman, Business change Consultant, Business Architecture & Design, PGGM Investments

More panelists to be announced

Lunch

POST TRADE TECH Talks

Moderator:  Olivia Vinden, Head of Fintech & Innovation, Alpha FMC

13:30 Session 1 - KEYNOTE: Technology evolutions embedded in your operating model

We will take a high level journey through the technology landscape and see if we can predict what the next big thing might be. The data becoming available through the technology evolutions help to shape operating models and create an enhanced post trade market.

Benjamin Versluijs, Business Development Manager, Northern Trust  

14:00 Session 2 - CASE STUDY: Simplifying post trade automation in KAS BANK through tools and data insights

Identifying and breaking down areas of processes and collecting appropriate data to be able to automate  through robotics.

Stefan Schuurman, RPA Process Designer, KAS BANK

14:30 Session 3 - KEYNOTE: Trade execution, custody and operations for digital assets

Charles-Raymond Boniver, Principal Standards Specialist, SWIFT & Member of ISSA DLT Working Group

POST TRADE REG Talks

Moderator: Colin Ware, Regulatory Product Manager, BNY Mellon

13:30 Session 1 - KEYNOTE: An update on SRD II

Update on Shareholder rights directive II must be adopted nationally - Actual status of the implementation with a focus on the foreign shareholders access to participate and vote at General Meetings. Further more Issuers right to know their shareholders and shareholders right to receive meeting agendas and to obtain confirmation that votes have been cast at the general meeting will be covered.

Mathieu Mitevoy, Product Management, Euroclear

14:00 Session 2 - KEYNOTE: An update on CSDR 

The regulatory scene for the future competition among CSDs was set with the Regulation on Central Securities Depositories (CSDR) to promote cross-border settlement and support the internal market. This session will provide an overview of the main principles of CSDR, including an introduction to the arrangement between CSDs to facilitate transfer of securities between these (CSD links).Furthermore we will have a look at CSDR’s Settlement Discipline Regime which will enter into force in September 2020 effecting not only CSDs but in particular their participants. 

Emilie Kuijper, Legal Advisor, Euroclear

14:30 Session 3 - KEYNOTE: SFTR Implementing Technical Standards – ensuring effective systems and controls around transaction reporting

Jonathan Lee, Senior Regulatory Reporting Specialist (SFTR), Kaizen Reporting

Coffee

KEYNOTE: Post Trade Dutch Market Developments

Henk Bruggeman, Managing Director, DACSI

KEYNOTE: A future for Clearing?

CentralCounterParty (CCP) clearers are part of the epicenter of financial market transformation; as driven by new regulations, merger attempts, Brexit, and new technologies. Short term-changes may be overestimated, whereas the impact of longer term trends are underestimated (such as the effects of new technologies and risk modelling approaches).

CCP-clearing was singled out as one of the pillars for a safer financial system, by the regulators that set-out to heal the sector in the wake of the financial crisis, but with the growth of CCPs comes also increased oversight and obligations. How have CCPs stepped up to their new responsibilities, and what remains to be done in the short to medium term, for them to be value-contributing financial market assurers?

Roger Storm, Director, Deputy Head of CCP Clearing, SIX

CASE STUDY: Integrating ESG factors into the investment process

Sustainable investing keeps on gaining traction. Whether it’s driven by rules and regulations, client demand or own convictions, everyone will become a sustainable investor. How can you incorporate all the different related topics? Varying from climate change to gender equality and from scarcity in natural resources to animal welfare. In the case study we will discuss a way to implement sustainability in a both a credible and financial material way.

Dennis van der Putten, Director Sustainability & Strategy, ACTIAM

Moderator's Closing Remarks & End of Conference

Bastiaan Aalders, Director, CEO Dutch Office, Alpha FMC

Networking Mingle

TIME & PLACE

Date:  Thursday 14 November

Where: Amsterdam - EYE Film Institute

TARGET AUDIENCE

COO, Head of Fund Operations, Head of Fund Administration, Head of Middle Office, Head of Risk, Head of Compliance, Head of Market Support, Head of Back Office, Legal Counsel, Head of Clearing & Settlement, Middle Office Manager, Risk Manager, Compliance Manager, Back Office Manager, Settlement Manager

PRICE

799 EUR (399 EUR until 30 Sept). Price includes lunch, refreshments, documentation - Credit card payment

819 EUR (419 EUR until 30 Sept). Price includes lunch, refreshments, documentation - Invoice payment 

Price is valid for end users only, for sponsorship enquiries please contact kim@posttrade360.com 

Content Lab reserves the rights to decline registration of delegates outside the target audience

CANCELLATION AND TICKET TRANSFER

If you are not able to attend a conference or an event, you are allowed to transfer your ticket to a colleague at any time.If we receive your written cancellation at least 14 days before the start of the conference, you will be refunded the total amount with the exclusion of a cost 15% excl. VAT for administration. If we receive your cancellation within 14 days from the start of the conference, no refund will be made. In case of a late cancellation, a refund will only be made if the delegate can show a medical certificate. In case Content Lab cancels a conference, a full refund will be made.