Future of European Clearing Houses
The inaugural Post-Trade Forum
debate took place in June, 2011 at the London Stock Exchange and included contributions from; Iain Saville CBE, Kevin Milne,
Director of Post Trade Services, London Stock Exchange Group, Henry Raschen, Head of Regulatory & Industry Affairs for
Europe, HSBC Securities Services and Anthony Belchambers, CEO of The Futures and Options Association, with a number of questions
and views from the floor.
The debate was held under the ‘Chatham
House Rule' with an audience of senior managers, drawn from many different areas of expertise and with varied experiences,
from a cross-section of the market, enabling a wide-ranging industry debate, covering a broad sector of the securities markets.
The debate has been split into two papers which report on the topics
discussed during the debate, which have been grouped for easy reading and express the personal opinions of all participants.
Issues covered in part 1
Mutuals Silo, Mutual or Other Models, for Profit or Not, which is right?
Which model is most beneficial to the End Investors?
Issues covered in part 2
Central Bank Money
Risk Management Problems in the Derivatives Markets
The report on this debate is only available to attendees of the debate or employees of regulated financial
services firms who belong to the Post Trade Forum Group on LinkedIn. Entry to the Post Trade Forum group is free. To join
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