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The EU has taken on board the G20 commitments and recommendations on reforming the derivatives market. ‘EMIR’ (the European Market Infrastructure Regulation) is the central pillar of this wide ranging program of regulatory reform. It builds a new regulatory framework where market participants have to play and define a new set of rules to comply with. EMIR is significantly shaping the derivatives’ world and affects risk management, counterparty risk – including central counterparties – clearing, collateralisation and reporting.
EMIR introduces a number of complex issues and creates challenges and risks on one side and opportunities on the other side for all market participants, mainly banks, asset managers and other financial services firms, i.e. custody and financial advisors.
During this highly practical 1 day course you will have a chance to learn about the key elements of the new regulation as well as opportunities and challenges that come with it. You will also be able to identify the relevant issues for your organisation and how EMIR can impact your business.
What Will You Learn
By the end of this course you will:
Main Topics Covered During This Training
Who Should Attend
In-Company, call us for more information
Delegates have to be from the same company and register at the same time in order to claim the discount.
EMIR - The European Market Infrastructure Regulation
A 1 Day Programme
Introduction – Why EMIR?
- Addressing the interconnectedness in OTC derivatives markets
- Weaknesses exhibited during the crisis
- Regulatory response (Europe, United States)
- Endorsement G20
- EMIR and other key regulatory developments
- EMIR Implementation in the EU
- Subject matter and scope
- Key definitions
- Intragroup transactions
Clearing, Reporting and Risk Mitigation of OTC Derivatives
- Clearing obligations
- Clearing obligation procedure
- Public register
- Central Counterparties (CCPs)
- Reporting Obligations
- Non-financial counterparties
- Risk mitigation techniques for OTC derivative contracts not cleared
- Conditions, procedures
- Capital requirements
- Third-country (outside EU) CCPs
- Organisational requirements CCPs
- Senior management / risk committee
- Conflict of Interests
- Business Continuity
- Conduct of business rules / transparency
- Exposure management
- Margin requirements
- Default fund
- Liquidity risk control
- Collateral requirements
- Investment policy
- Interoperability requirements
- Risk management
- General requirements
- Operational reliability
- Safeguarding and reporting
- Transparency and data availability
- Common provisions
- Professional secrecy
- ESMA reports, reviews, publications
- Asset managers
- Securities services – custody, financial advisors
The Course Director has more than 20 years of working experience in the financial services industry, Peter has acted in various management capacities, both at strategic and operative functions while accountable for projects of various sizes – both within Germany and internationally. His core area of work and experience is in financial risk management.
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