International Securities Finance
Fort Lauderdale, FL
January 31 - February 2, 2017

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Change is coming...We are excited and we think you will be too!

As we head into 2017, it's not business as usual within the securities finance industry.

As new opportunities - and challenges - come to the forefront in this dynamically evolving market, the wants and needs of the Beneficial Owner community are also changing.

To meet these needs head-on, we are taking a substantially new approach to IMN's 23rd Annual Beneficial Owners' International Securities Finance & Collateral Management Conference.
 
A program designed for Beneficial Owners by Beneficial Owners.

Firstly, note the name change!

In response to market evolution we are excited to expand the event's focus to key aspects of securities finance as critical to the Beneficial Owner community.

Secondly, we are proud to have the guidance of a 23-member strong Beneficial Owner Advisory Board in designing a program that cuts to the core of what Beneficial Owners really want and need in the dynamic securities finance market today.

Restructured in both content and format the new program focuses on Beneficial Owners' critical need-to-know issues providing greater clarity on key elements - and enables significantly more peer-to-peer exchange within this community.

Just some of the changes that you will notice:
  • More breakout sessions to enable a deep dive into key issues
  • More peer-to-peer networking and information exchange opportunities
  • New session formats to make content more accessible
  • Sessions designed to meet the specific needs of different types and sizes of Beneficial Owner institution
  • New dedicated sessions that enable greater interaction with select market participants
  • 'Innovation' and trouble-shooting sessions
  • A women's networking lunch
 
The industry's only independent meeting and the largest gathering of Beneficial Owners

With much to discuss, dozens of your Beneficial Owner colleagues have already registered. Click on the Beneficial Owner tab above to view some of your peers who have already saved their seat.

IMN is proud to be the trusted and only independent platform for the information and networking needs of Beneficial Owners for 23 years. With the newly developed event - designed for Beneficial Owners by Beneficial Owners - we're very excited by the new approach and look forward to continuing our valued tradition of serving your needs.

As a reminder, Beneficial Owners receive complimentary passes to attend. For further information, please visit the event registration page.

Finally, we look forward to being in Florida for the first time! Save the dates: January 31 - February 2, 2017, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

We look forward to welcoming you in January.

Who Should Attend
Executives and decision-makers involved in Securities Finance, Collateral Management and/or Global Custody, including but not limited to:
  • Heads of Securities Lending/Financing
  • Investment Managers
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Collateral Managers
  • Risk/Investment Risk Managers
  • Treasury Managers
  • Investment Operations/ Treasury Operations Managers
  • Front Office/Middle Office Managers
The Summit is geared toward Beneficial Owners from the following types of institutions:
  • Public and Corporate Pension Funds
  • Asset Management firms
  • Mutual Funds
  • Unit Trusts
  • Investment Management firms
  • Building Societies
  • Assurance Companies
  • Superannuation Schemes
Securities Lending & Collateral Management Industry Professionals:
  • Banks
  • Broker/Dealers
  • Specialist Agents
  • Agent Lenders
  • Consultants
  • Attorneys
  • Technology Providers
The Borrower Community would also find the event of value.

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    Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

      12:00 PM
      Women’s Networking Lunch & Guest Speaker

      • Open to All Women Registrants (Space is limited. Pre-Registration Recommended). To register, please email jessica.kaplan@imn.org.
        • Maria Fiorini Ramirez , CEO (Maria Fiorini Ramirez, Inc.)

      1:00 PM
      Beneficial Owner Registration & Ice-Breaker Networking


      1:30 PM
      Registration for All Other Attendees & Exhibits Opens


      1:55 PM
      IMN's Opening Remarks


      2:00 PM
      Opening Town Hall Discussion: A New Era in Securities Finance: What Should Beneficial Owners be Prioritizing in 2017?

      • As the securities finance industry continues to undergo a fundamental transformation, traditional business models for stakeholders within the securities lending industry have to evolve. In light of such developments, a full spectrum of market participants will give their essential perspectives on the issues that need to top Beneficial Owners’ agendas in 2017 and beyond. In doing so, this opening session will map out the key issues that will be covered in greater depth over the course of the event.
        • Legal/tax/regulatory challenges
        • The evolving value chain and business models
        • Changing trading strategies
        • Advancements in operations and technology and where market inefficiencies still need to be addressed

        • Lance Wargo , North American Head of Agency Securities Lending (BNP Paribas)
        • Sudha Datta , President & Founder (SL& C Consulting)
        • Stephen Malekian , Head of US Business Development (Elixium)
        • Peter Bassler , Managing Director, Business Development (eSecLending)
        • Phil Prince , Managing Director, Head of Treasury (Pine River Capital Management)

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      2:45 PM
      What Action Do Beneficial Owners Need to Take? A Deep Dive into Key Regulation/Legislation That Directly & Indirectly Impacts Beneficial Owners

      • In this session we take an in-depth look at the latest regulation/legislation and its impact on the securities finance market. In doing so we highlight what directly, as well as indirectly, impacts Beneficial Owners and hence address critical areas in which Beneficial Owners need to prepare. We also examine, as appropriate, challenges to adoption and how other market participants are addressing the regulation in their operations and overall strategy. Areas addressed include:
        • Basel III: Capital requirements
        • The Resolution Stay Protocol
        • Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR)
        • Dodd Frank: Increased data disclosure
        • Single counterparty credit limits
        • T+2 settlement: Will it impact Beneficial Owner trading? Failed trades? Will it impact appetite for trading?
        • Money Market Fund (MMF) reform
        • The European FTT: Will it come to the US?

        • Roger Joseph , Partner (Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP)
        • Robert A. Wittie , Partner (K&L Gates LLP)
        • Andrea Aguiar , COO, Executive Director - Bank Resource Management (Morgan Stanley)
        • Theresa Hajost , Special Counsel, Office of Trading Practices (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission)

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      3:30 PM
      Networking Break


       

      • Beneficial Owner Only Sessions

      4:00 PM
      Beneficial Owners Only: Benchmarking - An Audience with Data Providers (Pre-Registration Recommended.)

      • Discussion points listed are suggested. Participants are encouraged to generate their own points for discussion. To register and to submit questions/talking points in advance, please email cmiller@imn.org. All sources of questions will remain anonymous.
        • Data provider approaches to benchmarking program/portfolio performance against peer and market performance
        • Due diligence approaches: Comparing procedures between Beneficial Owners and data providers
        • How can Beneficial Owners best utilize their own securities lending data?
        • Beneficial Owner/data provider perspectives on current market opportunities

        • Nancy Allen , Global Product Owner (DataLend)
        • Tim D'Arcy , SVP (FIS ASTEC Analytics)
        • Melissa Gow , Executive Director (IHS Markit)

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      4:45 PM
      Beneficial Owners Only: An Audience with Borrowers (Pre-Registration Recommended.)

      • Discussion points listed are suggested. Participants are encouraged to generate their own points for discussion. To register and to submit questions/talking points in advance, please email cmiller@imn.org. All sources of questions will remain anonymous.
        • How are you looking at your business today? How are you managing the risk-based capital constraints in the new regulatory environment? How are you now looking at your balance sheet and changing your trading strategies?
        • What will be the future drivers of demand? What is the 2017 outlook for demand? What can Beneficial Owners do to facilitate demand?
        • Direct Market Access: How do the characteristics and composition of direct securities lending programs differ from the more traditional lending programs? What do you need from Beneficial Owners to facilitate direct borrowing? What are counterparty due diligence considerations?

        • Robert Boraczek , Executive Director,Global Prime Finance (JP Morgan Securities LLC)
        • Gene Picone , Director, Global Prime Services (Scotia Capital (USA) Inc.)
        • Phil Prince , Managing Director, Head of Treasury (Pine River Capital Management)

      5:00 PM
      Networking Reception for All Attendees Courtesy Of:


      6:30 PM
      Conclusion of Networking Reception and Close of Day One


    Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

      8:15 AM
      Registration & Networking Breakfast for All Conference Attendees


      8:45 AM
      Opening Address

      • We are delighted to welcome an industry veteran to kick off today’s proceedings. Sudha Datta retired in April 2016 after over 20 years with the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), a sovereign wealth fund with a global, diversified portfolio of holdings across sectors, geographies and asset classes. As Head of Operations at ADIA, he was responsible for custody, securities lending and investment operations and he was instrumental in starting ADIA’s securities lending program. Mr. Datta is also the recipient of Global Custodian’s 2016 ‘Industry Legend Award’.
        • Sudha Datta , President & Founder (SL& C Consulting)

      9:00 AM
      Market Update & State of the Industry

      • This session will provide an overview of critical market trends and performance within securities finance over the past 12 months and will give a perspective on the future lending environment. Points covered include:
        • Market trends: Changes in lending; types of loan outstanding; amounts on loan; impact of regulation; liquidity supply and demand trends; rebate rate; spreads and general collateral - where going are they?
        • Money Market Fund (MMF) reform: It’s been 3 months since implementation, how are prime funds handling the changes? Is there a move to government funds? Towards separately managed accounts? What has been the impact on yield curve and liquidity?
        • An overview of performance by programs; by country; any notable impact of Brexit?
        • Industry breakdown: How do the size of the different Agent Lenders compare? Are there key differences between them?
        • CCPs: Where does the securities lending CCP model currently stand?
        • 2020 and beyond: What can we expect the lending industry to be like in the next 3-5 years? Will the appetite for securities lending dry up? Will we see consolidation of Agent Lenders?
        • Where will future market opportunities come from for Beneficial Owners?

        • Ed Blount , Executive Director (Center for the Study of Financial Market Evolution)
        • Bob Hollinger , Partner (Barrington Partners)
        • Anthony Toscano , Managing Director, Head of US Trading (Deutsche Bank)
        • Tim D'Arcy , SVP (FIS ASTEC Analytics)

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      9:30 AM
      Keynote Presentation: The Future of the Securities Lending Market

      • In this session our keynote, Dr. Manmohan Singh, will present his research which takes a big picture look at how monetary and regulatory changes will impact the securities lending market going forward. This is the only active research on securities lending that straddles macro, monetary and regulatory policies. Q&A from the floor are encouraged.
        • Manmohan Singh , Senior Economist (International Monetary Fund (IMF))

      10:00 AM
      Featured Session: An Audience with Agent Lenders - Innovation & Critical Issues Roundtable

      • We are pleased to enhance this popular panel discussion. In addition to answering key questions submitted by Beneficial Owners, our Agent Lender panelists are invited to address how they are innovating to meet their clients’ needs in this dynamic and evolving market. Suggested questions:
        • How are you addressing regulatory and market developments in your lending strategies? How have you changed/will you change your product mix for your Beneficial Owner clients?
        • What are you doing differently to your Agent Lender peers? What sets you apart?
        • What are your approaches to educating your Beneficial Owner clients on critical market/regulatory issues?
        • How to improve Agent Lender-Client communications?
        • How are you currently viewing/addressing different types of risk in securities lending?
        To submit questions in advance, please email cmiller@imn.org. All sources of questions will remain anonymous.
        • Ed Blount , Executive Director (Center for the Study of Financial Market Evolution)
        • Michael Saunders , Head of Securities Lending Investments & Trading (BNP Paribas)
        • Tim Smollen , Global Head of Agency Securities Lending (Deutsche Bank )
        • Craig Starble , CEO (eSecLending)

      10:45 AM
      Networking Break


       

      • Collateral & Its Management

      11:15 AM
      Non-Cash Collateral & Cash Collateral Reinvestment: Getting More Bang For Your Buck

        • Approaches to maximizing returns in short term markets today
        • How are Money Market Funds (MMFs) managing cash collateral pools in light of MMF reform? How is the amount of liquidity in cash reinvestment pools being affected? What products are Beneficial Owners developing that are better for their programs?
        • Let’s talk about risk……
        • How to monitor and benchmark your cash collateral reinvestment
        • Mutual funds vs. pension funds: Non-cash collateral considerations
        • What are the operational considerations of non-cash collateral? What market inefficiencies/needs still need to be addressed to better enable the use of non-cash collateral?
        • Is there a likelihood of registered funds being able to accept equities as collateral in securities lending transactions in 2017?
        • When does non-cash collateral make sense over cash collateral? What are the benefits of taking equity as collateral? ETFs? What will a future portfolio of collateral look like?
        • Let’s talk about risk……
        • How can Beneficial Owners increase non-cash collateral on their books? How to monitor and benchmark your non-cash collateral
        • Haircuts

        • Jerry Davis , CIO (American Pension Professionals/Piedmont Family Offices)
        • Michael Saunders , Head of Securities Lending Investments & Trading (BNP Paribas)
        • Sonelius Kendrick-Smith , Head of Corporate Treasury Solutions-Americas (DWS)
        • Andrew Auslander , Former Head of Risk Management (Itaú Unibanco)
        • Patricia Humbert , CIO (Office of the Arizona State Treasurer)

      12:15 PM
      Best Practices in Collateral - A Deep Dive Roundtable

      • There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution for collateral or its management, yet with regulatory and market drivers, collateral management has become a core focus with collateral optimization a critical component. In this deep-dive session we address different approaches to collateral, in particular its sourcing, pricing, tracking and allocation with consideration and coordination across business lines. Among the points addressed are:
        • The Pricing of Collateral: How to look at and price collateral? What are best practices?
        • The Economics of Collateral Optimization: Exploring cost-based models; considerations in determining the right cost-based model
        • Collateral Allocation: Exploring more sophisticated systems to the waterfall allocation model; the cost to raise cash vs. the value to use cash; if you use treasury, what are you giving up for securities lending or repo perspective?
        • Collateral Transformation: When should/shouldn’t this be considered a viable option?

        • Jay Wolstenholme , Senior Analyst, Securities & Investments Group (Celent, a division of Oliver Wyman)
        • Michael Barrett , Head of Collateral Management Services and Solutions (GENPACT Capital Markets)
        • Chris Ekonomidis , Director, Business Consulting (Sapient Global Markets)
        • Steve Baker , Director, Securities Finance (IHS Markit)

      1:00 PM
      Lunch


       

      • Creative Revenue Enhancement & Collateral/Balance Sheet Optimization

      2:00 PM
      Exploring Innovative Uses of Securities Lending; Cash Collateral; & Alternative Routes to Market for Creative Revenue Enhancement & Collateral Optimization

      • In the current regulatory and market environment there is a greater need for creative approaches to revenue enhancement and collateral optimization. Building upon earlier sessions, we now explore innovative uses of securities lending, cash collateral reinvestment and alternative routes to market as approaches to maximizing overall fund performance and optimizing inventory management. Among the points addressed:
        • Using securities lending as a treasury management function
        • Floating rate funds: Why and how?
        • Collateral optimization across funds
        • Alternative routes to market (single stock futures, synthetic finance, etc.)
        • Foreign tax: Implications and opportunities

        • Sudha Datta , President & Founder (SL& C Consulting)
        • Anthony Toscano , Managing Director, Head of US Trading (Deutsche Bank)
        • Len Lipton , Managing Director (GlobeTax)
        • Bill Pridmore , President (William F. Pridmore, Ltd.)

       

      • CCPs

      3:00 PM
      CCPs: As We Move From Theory to Practice: “What’s In It for Me?”

      • Securities lending via CCPs has moved from theory to reality and activity/participation continues to grow. In this session we examine the all-important question from the beneficial owner’s viewpoint: “What’s in it for me?” In addressing this, we examine how the CCP model/structure is working, the pros/cons for the different market participants, the progress that has been made over the past year, what we can learn from experiences to-date and what work is still to be done.
        • Laura Klimpel , Executive Director, Clearing Agency Services (DTCC)
        • Dan Dougherty , Global Head, Business Development & Product Management (EquiLend)
        • Arianne Collette , Executive Director (Morgan Stanley)
        • Mark Skowron , SVP, Head of US Trading (Northern Trust)
        • Chip Dempsey , SVP & Chief Commercial Officer (OCC)

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      3:45 PM
      Networking Break


       

      • Beneficial Owner Only Sessions

      4:15 PM
      Concurrent Beneficial Owner Only Roundtables (Pre-Registration Recommended)

      • Discussion points listed are suggested. Participants are encouraged to generate their own points for discussion. To register and to submit questions/talking points in advance, please email cmiller@imn.org. All sources of questions will remain anonymous. Select One:

      Roundtable A 4:15 PM
      Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Lending in the Real World

        • Why do P2P lending?
        • Regulation: What current and upcoming regulation impacts P2P lending? How does regulation governing P2P lending differ for pension funds vs. ’40 Act funds?
        • Technology: What is needed for the buy-side to manage their books internally?
        • How to rate your buy-side counterparty?
        • Who are the P2P providers?
        • Common challenges and how they are being addressed
        • Addressing road blocks to internal approval and getting senior management buy-in

        • Robert Goobie , Senior Portfolio Manager Fixed Income & Derivatives (Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan)
        • Brian Yeazel , Managing Director - Fixed Income (Northwestern Mutual)

      Roundtable B 4:15 PM
      Small-Medium Fund: When to Keep a Program Alive & Other Issues

        • How to determine if securities lending is for you? Should there be a minimum fund size for market entry?
        • With costs expected to rise, how to determine when to keep a lending program alive? How best to approach the problem of economics?
        • Indemnification: Why have it? What is the risk-benefit? Can you run a program without it?
        • Risk guidelines and approaches to risk
        • Assessing counterparty risk: Who to lend to?
        • Service provider due diligence
        • Monitoring a small fund
        • Collateral and its investment
        • Reporting procedures: What level of detail is necessary for senior management/the Board?
        • Routes to market
        • Entering a new international market: Due diligence and other considerations

        • Irv M. Lowenberg , Treasurer (City of Southfield, MI)
        • Shawn Bengtson , Vice President, Investment (WoodmenLife)

      5:15 PM
      Networking Reception for All Conference Attendees


      6:15 PM
      Conclusion of Networking Reception and Close of Day Two


    Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

       

      • Beneficial Owner Only Sessions

      8:45 AM
      Beneficial Owner Breakfast Roundtable Registration


      9:00 AM
      Beneficial Owner Only Concurrent Breakfast Roundtables (Pre-Registration Recommended)

      • Beneficial Owners will meet with their respective peers to discuss critical securities finance issues specific to their institution-type. To register or to submit questions in advance, please email cmiller@imn.org. Select One:
        • Mutual Funds /Insurance Companies
        • State/Pension Plans

      Roundtable A 9:00 AM
      Mutual Funds /Insurance Companies


        • Scott Cowan CFA, Counterparty Risk Manager (T. Rowe Price)
        • James Vance , SVP and Treasurer (Western & Southern Financial Group)

      Roundtable B 9:00 AM
      State/Pension Plans


        • Cherie Jeffries , Director of Fixed Income Trading (FL State Board of Administration)
        • Chris Benish , Asset & Risk Allocation Analyst (State of Wisconsin Investment Board)

       

      • Sessions Open to All Participants

      9:30 AM
      Registration & Networking Breakfast for All Conference Attendees


      10:00 AM
      Featured Presentation: The Pilot Survey of Agent Securities Lending Activity

      • The Office of Financial Research, the Federal Reserve, and the Securities and Exchange Commission launched a joint pilot program to collect better and more complete data on securities lending. Our Featured Speaker will present the result of the survey and will address efforts towards permanent securities lending data collection.
        • Viktoria Baklanova , Senior Financial Analyst (Office of Financial Research, U.S. Department of Treasury)

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      10:30 AM
      Networking Break


      10:45 AM
      Indemnification Roundtable

        • How do you evaluate doing lending without having indemnification?
        • If Beneficial Owners need to pay for indemnification, what are the risk-trades offs of not paying for it and using that $ elsewhere?
        • It’s been talked about for some time, but when will Beneficial Owners have to start paying for indemnification?
        • If Beneficial Owners choose not to have indemnification, what can they ask for from their providers in return?
        • How to position a non-indemnified program to management and the board to get their approval?

        • Geoffrey Davis , Partner (Squire Patton Boggs)
        • Lance Wargo , North American Head of Agency Securities Lending (BNP Paribas)
        • William Locke , Chief Risk Officer (eSecLending)
        • Brian Yeazel , Managing Director - Fixed Income (Northwestern Mutual)
        • James Vance , SVP and Treasurer (Western & Southern Financial Group)

      11:30 AM
      Trouble-Shooting & Summary Roundtable: Addressing Key Challenges/Solutions & Next Steps

      • If there is a market liquidity event and you get margin cash calls from borrowers, how do you manage the situation, particularly if you don’t have the cash/cash equivalent to meet margin calls? How to work with borrowers to sell securities in an orderly fashion? What if you have to sell securities in a bad market? In this closing session common – and not so common – challenges that Beneficial Owners face will be addressed. In addition, this session brings together key take-aways from the event’s proceedings, pinpointing issues that Beneficial Owners should be raising for discussion when back at the office. Please come ready to participate and attendees are highly encouraged to submit questions/topics in advance to cmiller@imn.org
        • William Bryce , Head of Mutual Fund Performance Oversight, U.S. Securities Lending Oversight (DWS)
        • Jerry Davis , CIO (American Pension Professionals/Piedmont Family Offices)
        • Geoffrey Davis , Partner (Squire Patton Boggs)

      12:15 PM
      Close of IMN’s 23rd Annual Beneficial Owners' International Securities Finance & Collateral Management Conference


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  • 01/31/2017
  • Opening Town Hall Discussion: A New Era in Securities Finance: What Should Beneficial Owners be Prioritizing in 2017?


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  • What Action Do Beneficial Owners Need to Take? A Deep Dive into Key Regulation/Legislation That Directly & Indirectly Impacts Beneficial Owners


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  • Beneficial Owners Only: Benchmarking - An Audience with Data Providers (Pre-Registration Recommended.)


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  • 02/01/2017
  • Market Update & State of the Industry


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  • 02/02/2017
  • Featured Presentation: The Pilot Survey of Agent Securities Lending Activity


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