BREAKFAST BRIEFING

EMIR Refit: Reduce costs and build a transaction reporting control framework for the next decade

22 February, 8:30am at South Place Hotel in London

The EMIR Refit comes into force April 2024 in the EU, and is expected October 2024 in the UK. Join Duco and transaction reporting experts to discover how to prepare.

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The clock is ticking for firms to get ready for the EMIR Refit. You need to adapt to a number of significant changes and meet stringent new demands for data quality.

Join transaction reporting experts for a breakfast briefing on the challenges of the EMIR Refit on Wednesday 22 February 2023 in the City of London. We’ll explore the impact on firms like yours and how you can create a future-proof strategy for tackling regulatory change.

AGENDA:

8:30am
Registration and breakfast

9:00am
Welcome and opening remarks

9:05am
Panel discussion covering:

  • Why firms need a new operating model in the face of continuous regulatory change
  • How to build a best practice control framework to manage risk and reduce cost
  • What technology is available now to support you in future-proofing your framework

10:15am
Q&A

10:30am
Coffee and networking

22 February
Wednesday
8:30am - 11:00am
London (EC2M 2AF)

Speakers

Tim Hartley

Director - EMIR Reporting, Kaizen Reporting

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With over 15 years’ industry experience, Tim is a specialist in EMIR regulatory reporting and has a deep understanding of the full trade and position reporting lifecycle, from pre-sale, through to daily reporting and post-trade review. He has assisted a broad range of firms, including hedge funds, asset managers and brokers to meet reporting requirements, as well as avoid regulatory scrutiny and enforcement action.

Prior to Kaizen, Tim was an EMIR and SFTR reporting specialist for Kroll, where he led the firm’s expert consultations, authored and delivered EMIR and SFTR training modules on behalf of a leading Trade Repository, and was a regular panelist on EMIR Reporting webinars and conferences. Tim spent five years leading and developing the CME Trade Repository as Global Head of Client Services, after having focused on derivative onboarding for JPMorgan Chase.

Chad Giussani

Regulatory Reporting Specialist

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Chad Giussani is a regulatory reporting specialist with over 25 years of financial services experience working for a variety of leading investment banks and vendors, including Standard Chartered, HSBC, Barclays, Lloyds, ISITC, TRAX (now MarketAxess Post-Trade) and Omgeo (now DTCC Institutional Trade Processing).

His notable achievements include launching a MiFID FCA-Approved Reporting Mechanism, leading the implementation and delivery of a number of Dodd-Frank and EMIR reporting projects, and creating a versatile financial markets post-trade compliance advisory team to undertake second line oversight of MiFID, EMIR, HKMA, MAS, ASIC, CAD, CFTC, SEC, Bank of Israel and SFTR transaction reporting.

More recently, Chad has been providing compliance, strategy and product advisory support to hedge funds, software vendors and venture capital investors.

Christian Nentwich

CEO, Duco

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Christian Nentwich is co-founder and CEO of Duco. A lifelong technologist with a relentless passion for simplifying complex data using augmented machine learning and AI automation, he launched Duco to help people dealing with mission critical data on a daily basis. Christian is recognised for building companies with a strong focus on culture and transparency that deliver transformational experiences to customers.

Prior to Duco, he founded Systemwire, which exited to Message Automation and further to Broadridge. He holds a BSc and PhD in Computer Science from University College London and is a winner of its Faculty Medal in Mathematical and Physical Sciences.