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  • 2001 programme
    lunch Brussels Raising Capital for Europe s Growth Economy Towards Entrepreneurship and a European Venture Capital Market see Briefing paper Chair Richard Balfe MEP Guest speakers Rainer Riess Head of Neuer Markt Deutsche Börse Liz Hewitt Head of Corporate Affairs 3i Group 11 April lunch Brussels Electronic commerce and financial services Impact on European Financial Markets Chair Chris Huhne MEP Guest speakers Rod Sinclair CEO Instinet Europe Arturo Morin Deputy CEO of Uno E BBVA 15 May open dinner Strasbourg Financial Services Action Plan Two years on Achievements and Prospects see Briefing paper Chair Theresa Villiers MEP Key note speaker Frits Bolkestein Commissioner DG Internal Market Panellist Onno Ruding Vice chairman Citibank 19 June lunch Brussels Combating money laundering the financial services implications see Briefing paper Chair Olle Schmidt MEP Guest speakers Doug Hopton Head of Fraud Money Laundering Prevention Barclays Bank Dr Michael Levi Professor of Criminology Cardiff University Christian Jacquier Head of the Financial Crime Unit of Europol 9 October lunch Brussels Practical Aspects of the euro introduction see Briefing paper Chair Carles Alfred Gasoliba i Bohm MEP Guest speakers Eugenio Domingo Solans Member of the Board ECB Xavier Durieu Secretary General Eurocommerce 6 November lunch Brussels Market

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  • 2000 programme
    Eldridge Barclays Bank plc 4 July dinner Strasbourg Financial Market Integration Ensuring the safety of the banking system Chair Giorgos Katiforis MEP Guest speakers Claes Norgren Banking Advisory Committee Tom de Swaan ABN Amro Bank Sir Andrew Large Barclays Bank plc Thomas Fischer Deutsche Bank AG 12 September lunch European Capital Markets The Motor to Jobs Innovation and Growth On line brokerage demonstration See Briefing Chair Erika Mann MEP Guest

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  • Economic role of banks in financial intermediation
    arising from such activities The seminar will also deal with the main aspects of the proposal to reform the banking sector and their possible interaction with recent policy initiatives such as the EU Investment Plan and the forthcoming Capital Markets Union PROGRAMME 16 00 Introduction 16 05 How does bank activity relate to financing the real economy and to properly manage its risks Corporate financing Market making Securitisation Derivatives Hedging

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  • Insurance
    The role of insurance in society and the economy Protection and long term savings Facilitating business activities Role of insurer as institutional investors 16 25 Key things to know about the insurance business model Pooling of risks Calculation of premiums Diversity of business models and risks covered 16 50 Policy issues The prudential environment Long term investment Distribution of insurance products Pensions 17 25 Q A 17 55 Closing remarks

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  • Banking Issues
    banks Weight of banks in the general economy Financial intermediation Type of banks Banking activities products and services Credit Payment services Securitisation longer term financing 16 50 Banking regulation and supervision Single rulebook and single supervisory mechanism including reference to the role of the European Banking Authority Bank resolution ad single resolution mechanism and fund Bank structure proposals for reform 17 40 Q A 17 55 Closing remarks 18 00

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  • High Frequency Trading
    is high frequency trading What are the market benefits of high frequency trading and what are the risks posed by it How are orders processed 16 40 What are the systems and controls for managing the risks of high frequency trading Are they adequate How could they be strengthened 17 00 What do customers feel about high frequency trading Does it work to their benefit and if so how 17

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  • Counterparty credit risk
    are attracting the most attention are those surrounding Counterparty Credit Risk The all new Credit and Debit Valuation Adjustments CVA and DVA together with the arrangements surrounding the move to central clearing present the greatest challenges This seminar will explain the aims of these proposals and discuss the difficulties and possible solutions in order for the proposals to achieve their intended goals without unintended consequences PROGRAMME 16 00 Introduction Christine Brentani Managing Director Prudential Regulation AFME Peter Sime Head of Risk and Research ISDA 16 05 What is Counterparty Credit Risk Definition of Counterparty Credit Risk basic concepts Products subject to Counterparty Credit Risk Counterparty Credit Risk mitigation tools Practical examples Jeroen Krens Managing Director Global Markets Royal Bank of Scotland 16 25 Managing Counterparty Credit Risk Definition of Credit Valuation Adjustments CVA desk or no CVA desk Overview of the various business models and CVA approaches Managing CVA Counterparty risk Practical examples What is going to change under CRD IV Emmanuel Ramambason Head of CVA BNP Paribas 16 45 Central counterparties CCPs Centralised clearing Challenges faced by the CCPs Chris Holliman Director Risk Management Barclays Capital 17 05 CRD IV Issues with the proposed treatments CVA CCPs Should our

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  • Commodity Derivatives Markets
    and risks offered by the sector and how each of them operates It will include panel sessions and presentations by a cross section of infrastructures intermediaries and end users PROGRAMME 16 00 INTRODUCTION Anthony Belchambers CEO FOA Futures Options Association 16 10 THE ENERGY DERIVATIVES MARKETS A summary of the role of these markets who uses them and why and how they connect with the physical markets Mark Woodward Regulation Compliance Manager ICE Futures Simon Smith Compliance Officer Europe Shell International Trading and Shipping Co 16 25 THE SOFT AND AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY DERIVATIVES MARKETS A summary of the role of these markets who uses them and why and how they connect with the physical markets Laurence Walton Director of Regulatory Policy NYSE Liffe Peter Blogg Head of Commodity Product Management NYSE Liffe Niels Hansen Love Head of Agriculture and Energy Clearing and Brokerage 16 40 BASE AND PRECIOUS METALS MARKETS A summary of the role of these markets who uses them and why and how they connect with the physical markets Diarmuid O Hegarty Deputy Chief Executive LME London Metal Exchange 16 55 KEY REGULATORY ISSUES Distinguishing between derivative and physical markets Regulatory scope Market abuse The impact of the

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