Proposed Agenda

The Korea Financial Markets Dialogue is designed in a conference format, featuring handpicked decision makers discussing four key topics. Participating organizations will sit in a panel and contribute to the dialogue and/or have the opportunity to give a short presentation if relevant.

Korea Financial Markets Dialogue - Agenda
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
13:00 – 13:30 Registration
13:30 – 14:15

Welcome Note
by Paul Chow, ex-CEO of Hong Exchanges and Clearing

Opening Note
Commissioner, Securities & Futures Commission, Financial Services Commission

Keynote Address
Tim Thurman, Chief Information Officer, Australia Securities Exchange

Session is chaired by Paul Chow, ex-CEO of Hong Exchanges and Clearing
14:15 – 15:15

Improving market integrity and quality  

  • Identification and prevention of systemic risk build-up.
  • Deployment of exchange controls to manage adverse market movements.
  • Implementation of market surveillance systems and stoppage of information leaks.
  • Adoption of international best practices to enable efficient order flow & execution.

With comments from:
Paul Chow, ex-CEO of Hong Exchanges and Clearing

Dialogue is chaired by Thomas McMahon, MD/CEO at UD Trading Group Ltd Pte
15:15 – 15:30 Tea/Coffee Break
15:30 – 16:30

The role of Central Security Depositories (CSDs) as collateral providers

  • What is the value proposition for CSDs offering collateral services?
  • What are the latest investment strategies for prudent securities lending and borrowing?
  • How can Korean financial institutions tap foreign liquidity?
  • Is the danger of a collateral crunch real and what options do market participants have to mitigate potential risks?

With comments from:
Paul Chow, ex-CEO of Hong Exchanges and Clearing
Hae Moon Jae, Team Head, Collateral Services Team. Korea Securities Depository

Dialogue is chaired by Thomas McMahon, MD/CEO at UD Trading Group Ltd Pte
16:30 – 17:30

Implementing global OTC regulations: impact on Asian derivative markets

  • How will mandatory clearing of OTC derivative contracts impact market access?
  • How can liquidity vulnerabilities arising from mandatory clearing be addressed?
  • What are the challenges in maintaining well-capitalised CCPs and can concentration risk be reduced?
  • What role can trade data repositories play in enhancing market transparency?

With comments from:
Thomas McMahon, MD/CEO at UD Trading Group Ltd Pte
Dr. Gilnam Nam, Head of Derivatives - Korea Capital Market Institute

Dialogue is chaired by Paul Chow, ex-CEO of Hong Exchanges and Clearing

Chairman’s conclusions and closing remarks
17:30– 17:45 End of Dialogue

* Each discussion will be accompanied with simultaneous translation.
**
Please note that all names above are in various stages of confirming. An updated list will be provided as these are available 

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