Bovill PIMFA joint briefing | Wednesday 13 February | 5PM-6:30PM

The torrent of regulatory change continues unabated, but one set of regulations is slipping past largely unnoticed – the Central Securities Depositories Regulation

This joint Bovill and PIMFA event will help firms to understand CSDR, why it is important and where it impacts upon their business. Topics covered will include an overview of CSDR, Segregated / Omnibus Accounts, Settlement Discipline and Internalised Settlement Reporting.

In addition to what CSDR means for your firm, the briefing will also cover:

  • CSDR Article 38 (5) – offering your clients the choice of segregated or omnibus accounts
  • Settlement Discipline – to be introduced in September 2020, this includes mandatory buying-in and cash penalties
  • Reporting – from July 2019, settlement internalisers must report to the Bank of England the aggregated volume and value of all securities transactions they settle outside settlement systems.

We hope that you will be able to attend on Wednesday 13 February, 5PM-6:30PM. Register below.

Speaker bios:

Christian Krohn, Consultant – Bovill

Christian is a regulatory change expert with over 20 years international experience with infrastructures, regulators and market participants in rule development and implementation. Focusing mainly on the sell-side and on infrastructure providers, Christian helps Bovill’s clients to understand and comply with range of markets and conduct regulations, including MiFID2, EMIR, CSDR, SFTR and EBR. Read Christian’s full bio here.

Mark Spiers, Partner – Bovill

Mark has over seventeen years of experience in the financial services industry dealing with start-ups to the largest global institutions. Mark has held the MLRO (CF11) role for several institutions and has been Head of Compliance (CF10) in the UK for Emirates NBD and Kleinwort Benson. Mark has also worked in compliance for UBS Wealth Management, focusing on anti-money laundering in London, Zurich and other centres. He has experience of UK, EU and US regulations, in particular their application to the Wealth Management industry and has a strong commercial focus and understanding of the Wealth Management sector. Read Mark’s full bio here.

Kevin Sloane, Senior Policy Adviser – PIMFA

Kevin Sloane joined PIMFA in September 2017. In his role as a Senior Policy Adviser, Kevin focuses on market operations, shareholder engagement and taxation and supports the Operations and Retail Markets Committees and various working groups. Over the course of a 30+ year career in financial services, Kevin has worked at Coutts & Co., London Stock Exchange, Misys, Thomson Reuters, APCIMS and most recently in the sales and marketing team at JHC Financial. Kevin is a member of the CISI Wealth Management Forum Committee.

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