Presentation on theme: "Managing regulatory change for the buy- side: Introduction Jonathan Herbst – Partner and Global Head of Financial Services Financial Services Group Tuesday."— Presentation transcript:
Managing regulatory change for the buy- side: Introduction Jonathan Herbst – Partner and Global Head of Financial Services Financial Services Group Tuesday 30 July 2013
Programme 2 15:10 – 15.15Opening remarks 15:15 – 16:10The latest in the UK and the EU AIFMD implementation and beyond Other initiatives for the buy-side: fitting it all together: UCITS MiFID II EMIR, and more 16:10 – 16:30Choice of breakout sessions: Remuneration – an update on this current hot topic Key markets issues for the buy-side Marketing funds in the EU 16:30 – 16:40Coffee 16:40 – 17:00Breakout sessions 17:00 – 17:25AIMA – current regulatory perspectives 17:25 – 17:30Closing remarks 17.30Drinks reception and networking session
Where to go 3 TalkRoom Main talkAuditoria 1-3 (this room) Breakout session 1: Remuneration – an update on this current hot topic Auditoria 1-3 Kennedy Masterton-Smith Breakout session 2: Key markets issues for the buy-side K1 Hannah Meakin Breakout session 3: Marketing funds in the EU K3 Michael Newell Charlotte Robins AIMA – current regulatory perspectives Auditoria 1-3 Jennifer Wood Networking drinksTerrace Suites Breakout session 1: Remuneration, is only running once, before the coffee break. Attendees registered for this session please attend this first. Breakout session 2: Key markets issues for the buy-side, and Breakout session 3: Marketing funds in the EU, are running twice both before and after the coffee break.
A warm welcome to our guest speakers 4 Jennifer Wood Director, Head of Asset Management Regulation, AIMA Prior to joining AIMA, Jennifer was a Partner in Dechert LLP's London financial services group, where she focused her practice on advising UK, US, European and Asian financial services firms, investment managers and investment funds on US regulatory matters, including investment adviser and fund registration and compliance matters, fund formation matters and fund governance among other things. She studied finance at the University of Iowa and law at the Columbia Law School, where she was the editor- in-chief of the Columbia Business Law Review. Charlotte Robins Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Hong Kong Charlotte Robins is a financial services and regulatory lawyer based in Hong Kong. Charlottes practice includes advising on setting up regulated businesses in Hong Kong, on-going compliance with regulatory laws, codes and guidelines, product offering, cross border issues, anti-money laundering and data privacy. She has been actively involved in responding to recent regulatory consultations and advising on related developments affecting the asset management industry.
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP speakers 5 Jonathan Herbst Partner, Financial Services Jonathan is an expert in markets regulation and is a frequent speaker on issues such as MiFID II, trading platforms, market abuse, commodities and clearing and settlement. Jonathan was previously head of European Law at the FSA. Hannah Meakin Partner, Financial Services Hannah advises on all aspects of markets infrastructure. Her areas of expertise include: custody, outsourcing, brokerage and clearing and settlement. Hannah has also helped to set up several MTFs and a clearing house. Mike Newell Partner, Corporate Mike is an expert in investment fund formation and is a frequent speaker on related topics such as the AIFM Directive. Mike also sits on the FCAs legal expert group and various industry association committees relating to the Directive. Imogen Garner Senior Associate, Financial Services Imogen Garner is a senior associate in our London office, where she advises a broad range of clients on the UK and EU financial services regimes. Imogen's areas of practice include advising on perimeter issues, the regulatory aspects of acquisitions and disposals and clients' on-going compliance with anti-money laundering and other financial services law and regulation. Kennedy Masterton-Smith Associate, Financial Services Kennedy is a financial services lawyer based in London. Since joining the firm in 2007 Kennedy has been involved in a wide variety of financial services matters and corporate transactions including time spent working in Hong Kong.
Safety notice 6 Should you hear the fire alarm please listen for instructions and exit the building via the front entrance
CPD accreditation 7 This buy-side seminar attracts 2.25 CPD points Course reference is: L130730 Norton Roses SRA code is NROS – 080 Pass this code to your Training Department who will be able to credit your point bank