The financial markets in Asia have been undergoing quite a bit of change over the past year – with China opening up further through RQVII, and ASEAN countries gearing up to the 2015 economic community goal. 2014 is set to be an interesting year with not only these changes, but also the much anticipated implementation of Dodd-Frank, EMIR and FATCA.
As the market landscape changes, post-trading practices are also still under pressure to cut costs and increase efficiency. Going up the value chain, should players now also out-source their middle office? How can a deeper understanding of collateral increase liquidity? How are the back-office infrastructures in emerging Asia changing?
These are just a few questions that will be addressed at the 8th Annual Clearing, Settlement & Custody Asia Forum
- The Asian Financial Market Overview
- Tapping into the Potential of Emerging Markets
- Adoption of CPSS-IOSCO’s Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (PFMI) in Asia
- The Future of ASEAN Trading Link
- ASIAN Bond Market Development & Integration
- Regional Standards Adoption in Asia-Pacific
- RQFII: China’s Changing Policies on Cross Border Settlement
- Progress Insights to the RMB Cross-Border Settlement
- Middle Office Outsourcing – To Do So or Not?
- Optimizing Quality Assets in Collateral Management