We are delighted to invite you to our webinar where we will explore the steps firms need to take to prepare their MiFIR and EMIR reporting for Brexit.
Join David Nowell and Ian Rennie from Kaizen Reporting, Darryl Hockings from Societe Generale, Mark Steadman from DTCC, and Bernardo Castel-Branco from Alpha FMC, as they cover the following discussion points:
• What’s going to change in January 2021?
• What is the impact on branches, personal identifiers and delegated reporting?
• What can firms do to prepare?
• Will regulators enforce compliance or take a more lenient approach?
• What further changes are expected? Will the FCA remain in alignment?
Please fill in our one minute survey and tell us your burning Brexit questions!
When: Thursday 29 October 2020
Time: 3-4pm GMT
Senior Regulatory Reporting Specialist – Kaizen Reporting
David Nowell is a leading expert on MiFIR tranaction reporting and EMIR trade reporting. Read more about David.
Managing Director – Kaizen Reporting
Ian has partnered with Dario Crispini to establish Kaizen as the gold standard of trade and transaction reporting quality assurance. Read more about Ian.
Director – GBS Compliance Advisory at Societe Generale
Darryl is a Compliance Officer covering SFTR, EMIR and MiFIR at Societe Generale in the UK, as well as non-reporting topics including CSDR and SRD II for the Agency and Principal businesses. His 16-year experience includes implementation of Regulatory projects at Soc Gen, LCH and HSBC amongst others.
Associate Director – Alpha FMC
Bernardo has more than 10 years of regulatory consulting experience for the Asset and Wealth Management Industry. He leads Alpha’s Regulatory Reporting proposition and has supported some of the largest regulatory reporting implementation and remediation projects for the buy side. Alpha FMC is the leading consulting firm for the Asset and Wealth Management Industry.
Executive Director, European Head, Product Development and Change Management – DTCC
Specialising in trade reporting and risk management, Mark has led numerous projects through transformation and change management at DTCC since 2014. Prior to DTCC, Mark held various positions at UBS, National Australia Bank, and Sapient where he co-led its regulatory reporting practice and engagements on CFTC and EMIR reporting.