21st Century Outsourcing versus Internalisation
The second post trade forum debate took place on September 29 September 2011 at the London
Stock Exchange with contributions from Dr Robert Davies, Senior Visiting Fellow at Cass Business School, Chris Sims former
Head of Investment Operations at Gartmore Investment Management, Alistair Reid, formerly COO of Thornhill Investment Management
and Jean-Louis Bravard, Director of Burnt Oak Partners, formerly MD at JP Morgan with plenty of audience participation.
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.
This document reports 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 report
Pros & Cons of Internalisation
when thinking of outsourcing
Outsourcing Pros & Cons
Q & A
A future view
of outsourcing in two different worlds
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Risks: Are Clearing Houses becoming a risk concentrator?
myriad of Clearing Houses and CSDs in Europe have caused fragmentation of collateral with OTC entering the picture, increasing
the value within clearing operations, there is growing concern that a Clearing House could fail.
If Clearing House consolidation gathers pace will there be a greater concentration of risk directly leading
to an increased risk of huge numbers financial services firms being impacted and failing?
How should firms respond to the potential calamity of Clearing House failure?
Are there actions they should be taking now to minimise operational risks in the Post Trade areas?
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