10 March 2020
This session will introduce participants to the impact of the October 2018 changes to the Securities and Futures Act and the Financial Advisers Act on OTC derivatives contracts. It will provide a high-level overview of the licensing requirements and the business conduct requirements under the SFA and the FAA; the margining, clearing, trading and reporting rules; the public offering rules; and the transitional arrangements under the SFA and the FAA.Join us for this insightful session to better understand the challenges and what needs to be done.
Key Takeaways1. Understanding the impact of the changes on OTC derivatives contracts.2. Some of the questions that you should be thinking about.3. The changes that you may need to make to your systems and processes and organisational structure.4. The areas for industry collaboration.
Compliance, risk officers, public policy and regulatory affairs officers and business managers from:
WEBINAR [Registered Participants will be provided with link to join]
DID: 6305 5694
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10 March 2020
What changes do you need to make to your systems and processes and organisational structure?What matters can financial market participants collaborate on? Points for discussion with MAS.
Tricia Feng, Head of Legal, South East Asia, SchrodersChiew Tuan York, Head of Compliance, Nanyang Business School (former Head of Compliance SEA, Credit Suisse)Yeo Eng Siang, Team Head of Group Regulatory Compliance, OCBCModerator: Jacqueline Low, Founder and Managing Director, Nomikos Consultancy