Quantifi Annual Conference: The Dynamics Driving Capital Markets
Quantifi's annual London capital markets conference is designed to facilitate discussion amongst delegates from banks, asset managers, hedge funds, clearing houses and industry bodies on how to successfully address the competing challenges arising from regulatory and market forces. Join senior practitioners from across the industry for an afternoon of unique insights and sharing of best practices.
Registration is open for Quantifi's 7th annual London risk conference. Register early as places are limited!
Speakers and Agenda
The Rise of Fixed Income ETFs
There has been a significant growth in the fixed income exchange-traded funds (ETFs) market and an increasing number of investors are now finding a role for them in their portfolios. The buy-side panel will explore the drivers behind this trend and the challenges it poses for investors.
Aanand Venkatramanan, Head of ETF Investment Strategies, Legal & General Investment Management
Brett Olson, Managing Director, Head of FI iShares EMEA, BlackRock
Mark Fitzgerald, Head of ETF Product Management - Europe, Vanguard Asset Management
Tom Stephens, Head of International ETF Capital Markets, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
AI and Machine Learning for Capital Markets
Financial services are leading the way when it comes to both creation and adoption of AI. There has been a significant acceleration in recent times as AI has started to be implemented for real-world applications. The session will discuss how AI is transforming the financial services industry.
IBOR - Navigating the Transition
Certain Interbank Offered Rates (IBORs) are being reformed. The replacements represent one of the major undertakings for the financial serviced industry in the coming years. The sell-side panel will explore what the transition means and the challenges for firms facing the transition.
Antoine Bouvet, Senior Rates Strategist, ING
Clive Tucker, MD, Head of Structured Rates Trading Europe & Asia, RBC Capital Markets
Navin Rauniar, LIBOR Transition Lead, HSBC
Phil Lloyd, Head of Market Structure & Regulatory Customer Engagement, NatWest Markets