Fixed Income Leaders 2020

12 - 14 October, 2020

CCIB, Barcelona

+44(0) 207 036 1355

Agenda Day 1 - Thursday 7th November 2018

7:30 am - 8:20 am Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:20 am - 8:25 am Welcome Address: Oliver Kirkbright, Editorial Director, Fixed Income Leaders Summit

8:25 am - 8:30 am Chairperson’s Opening Remarks:

David Bullen - Director, Bullen Management
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David Bullen

Director
Bullen Management

8:30 am - 8:50 am Buy Side Keynote Interview: Raising the bar- Determining the critical success factors for building a ‘best in class’ fixed income trading business that not just survives but thrives in the new market order

Eric Boess - Global Head of Trading, Allianz Global Investors Rick Mcvey - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, MarketAxess
Ø  What are the three biggest drivers influencing the buy side desk and how can you embrace these now to improve performance?
Ø  Where is the investment in new technology going and what capabilities are needed on the buy side to actually achieve the best execution result?
Ø  Navigating the new norm- How can you incorporate innovative ways of working to address the fragmented product, liquidity, and platform conundrum?
The increasing buy side influence over market convention- How can we as buy side heads continue to influence and drive fixed income markets forward in an age of digitalisation? 
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Eric Boess

Global Head of Trading
Allianz Global Investors

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Rick Mcvey

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
MarketAxess

8:50 am - 9:30 am In Conversation With The Buy Side: Assessing the post MiFID landscape- What have been the consequences of recent regulatory and technology changes and how can you turn the remaining regulatory challenges into business opportunities?

David Bullen - Director Bullen Management Antonio Pilato - Head, Generali Investments Europe Andrei Serjantov - Global Head of Electronic Primary and Credit Markets, BNP Paribas Stephane Malrait - Global head of market structure and innovation for financial markets at ING, ING Gherardo Lenti Capoduri - Head of Market Hub, Banca IMI
Ø  A first assessment of MIFID II- What expected changes came to fruition after the deadline and what have been the unexpected consequences?
Ø  What new business models have emerged on the back of MiFID II to help buy and sell side firms meet their fiduciary and best execution duties?
Ø  Changes in buy side behaviour- How have the requirements for best execution, reporting and transparency been handled and how can you use this to your advantage?
MiFID 2.1- What small tweaks to the rules can be made on the back of implementation to improve fixed income markets?
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David Bullen

Director
Bullen Management

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Antonio Pilato

Head
Generali Investments Europe

Andrei Serjantov

Global Head of Electronic Primary and Credit Markets
BNP Paribas

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Stephane Malrait

Global head of market structure and innovation for financial markets at ING
ING

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Gherardo Lenti Capoduri

Head of Market Hub
Banca IMI

9:30 am - 9:50 am Sell Side Keynote: Embracing digitalization whilst retaining the ‘human touch’ –An insight on how the sell side are evolving to embrace new ways of working to thrive in the disruptive technology led landscape

Mark Goodman - Managing Director, Global Head of Electronic Execution, UBS Investment Bank
Ø  Machine learning, data processing and algos- Assessing the next generation technology coming to the sell side trading floor
Ø  Grasping the new opportunities in an age of digitalization- How can both the sell side and buy side capitalise on these to improve current relationships? 
Ø  The evolution of the sell side trader- How can humans work WITH machines to unlock new frontiers of performance?
The 5-year view- How are sell side business models evolving and what will the trading floor look like in 2023?
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Mark Goodman

Managing Director, Global Head of Electronic Execution
UBS Investment Bank

Ø  Redefining a fixed income liquidity provider- How are traditional liquidity providers and new market entrants evolving their business models to provide new avenues of accessing liquidity?
Ø  How is technology acting as an enabler for new models to provide new pools of liquidity and how can you incorporate these into your workflow?
Ø  The methodology of accessing liquidity pools- Where does this curranty sit and how is this set to evolve with new business models and enhanced connectivity coming to the fore?
Ø  Liquidity innovations- How will the market of liquidity provision develop to facilitate increased eTrading and automation?
Debate- With liquidity becoming de-centralised is this positive or does it lead to too much liquidity fragmentation?
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Louise Drummond

Deputy Global Head Of Investment Execution, Head of Fixed Income and FX
Aberdeen standard investments

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Brian Oliver

European Head of Institutional Sales & Relationship Management
Citadel Securities

Olivier Fonte

Global Head of EUR, IRS Trading
Credit Agricole, CIB

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Nicholas Bean

Head of Electronic Trading Solutions
Bloomberg

Jon George

Managing Director, Global Head of Institutional Services
Fenics

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Lee Bartholomew

Global Head of Fixed Income ETD Product Design
Eurex

10:30 am - 11:00 am Morning Refreshment Break

10:30 am - 11:30 am Morning Masterclass: A focus on market structure, liquidity and evolution- Is the electronification of Global Rates markets a given?

Maximum 20 buy side delegates
Hosted by: Morgan Stanley
Ø  The rise of artificial intelligence, smart learning and automation- What is the future of human interaction in the execution process?
Ø  High touch vs. low touch- What can you automate across your fixed income desk and what needs to retain the human touch?
Ø  Managing the intelligence of big data- How are the buy side adopting this to facilitate the rise of automated trading on their desk?
Ø  Smart learning, machine learning, obtaining data, and having the control to do this automatically or not- How can this be achieved?
Establishing a best execution policy around automation- How can you define a set of criteria for your low touch trading to allow your traders to focus on the high touch business? 
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Carl James

Global Head of Fixed Income Trading
Pictet Asset Management

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Stuart Campbell

Head of Trading
BlueBay Asset Management

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John Greenan

Front Office Trading Technology Consultant
Alignment Systems

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Miles Kumaresan

Global Head of Trading & Fintech
Nordea Asset Management

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Frank Cerveny

Head of Sales
MTS- London Stock Exchange Group

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Jonathan Gray

Head of Liquidnet Fixed Income EMEA
Liquidnet

Ø  Accessing data pools- How can you ensure you are accessing the right sources and paying the right prices when capturing fixed income data?
Ø  Harvesting data- How can you best store and package data in a way that it is easily accessible for your traders?
Ø  Intelligent execution- How can you adopt new data sources and electronic trading data to decide your execution path?
Ø  The value-add- How can you utilise new data sources and turn this into meaningful pre and post-trade analysis to aid your investment decisions?
The next steps on your transparency journey- How can market data access be improved and sources standardised to improve efficiencies for all market participants?
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Elizabeth Callaghan

Director, Market Structure and MiFID II strategy & regulatory response
ICMA

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Erik Tham

Head of Private Banking, Benelux and Switzerland
MarketAxess

David Walker

Head of Fixed Income Dealing
M&G Investments

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Ruben Costa-Santos

Head of FX
ITG

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Daniel Mayston

Managing Director, Head of the Market Structure and Electronic Trading , EMEA
BlackRock

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Michael Paulus

Managing Director, Chief Compliance Officer
OpenDoor Securities

Ø  An update on the state of European primary markets- How are innovations progressing in this space and what has been the response from both buy and sell side houses?
Ø  Reducing the strain- How are we progressing to simplify the IPO and syndication process to make it more streamlined and less time consuming for the buy side?
Ø  Reducing the impact on the bottom line- How can you make efficiency gains without pushing up costs?
Ø  What can be done to push a behavioural change across the market to help all market players adapt to standardisation while retaining their competitive advantage?
The future of the new issuance process- How does this need to change over the next 5 years to become more efficient for all parties involved? 
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Cathy Gibson

Head of Fixed Income Trading
Royal London Asset Management

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Dan Barnes

Editor
The Desk

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Mark Betteridge

Global Head of Fixed Income and Currency Analytics
Bloomberg

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Herb Werth

Managing Director
Ipreo by IHS Markit

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Juan Landazabal

Global Head of Trading
GAM International Management Limited

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Mariano Goldfischer

Managing Director, Global Head Credit Trading and Syndicate
Crédit Agricole

1:00 pm - 1:20 pm Keynote Address: The Future of Credit Markets in the Connected Age

Larry Fondren - President/CEO, DelphX Capital Markets Inc.
How will Distributed Ledger, AI and other new technologies change the way:

- Credit securities are originated and administered?
- Trades are cleared and settled?
- Credit Risks are hedged? 
- Yields are enhanced?
- Liquidity is sourced? 
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Larry Fondren

President/CEO
DelphX Capital Markets Inc.

1:20 pm - 2:20 pm Lunch and Networking Break

1:20 pm - 2:20 pm Lunch Masterclass: The evolution of execution practices- What different approaches are buy side firms taking to meet their best execution mandates on a regular basis?

Asita Anche - Head of Systematic Market Making & Data Science, Barclays Matthew Coupe - Director, Market Structure, Markets EMEA, Barclays
Ø  Assessing the current state of liquidity in fixed income markets- How can you interact and evaluate your liquidity providers to ensure you are getting the best access?
Ø  What data should you be using in your trading processes and how will this evolve on the back of increased transparency?
Ø  An assessment of impact analysis and holding times- How has this been measured?

Asita Anche

Head of Systematic Market Making & Data Science
Barclays

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Matthew Coupe

Director, Market Structure, Markets EMEA
Barclays

Group 5

Track A: Credit

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm Case Study: Lessons learned from TRACE- How have Alliance Bernstein managed to increase pre and post trade transparency data in the US and what experiences can be applied to Europe
Elizabeth Callaghan - Director, Market Structure and MiFID II strategy & regulatory response ICMA Alex Sedgwick - Vice President, Fixed Income Market Structure, T. Rowe Price James Wallin - Senior Vice President, Fixed Income, Alliance Bernstein
Ø  Analysing the effects of increased pre and post trade transparency through TRACE- How did this impact transaction costs, market activity and liquidity and how does Europe compare?
Ø  A review of the historical experience in the US of market data and transparency- What could this mean for the potential costs and benefits for Europe?
Ø  The drivers for data- How does the landscape differ in the US and how can the buy side use these new data feeds to enhance execution performance?
Applicable lessons from TRACE- How can you use increased market data feeds and transparency to your advantage? 
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Elizabeth Callaghan

Director, Market Structure and MiFID II strategy & regulatory response
ICMA

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Alex Sedgwick

Vice President, Fixed Income Market Structure
T. Rowe Price

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James Wallin

Senior Vice President, Fixed Income
Alliance Bernstein

Enhancing Your Pre and Post-Trade Workflow
Ø  Evaluating the value proposition for a fixed income EMS- What are the use cases for and against adopting this technology?
Ø  Can a fixed income EMS fit all the buy side needs including connectivity, fragmentation and execution?
Ø  Is the market data environment rich enough in fixed income to suit the characteristics of an EMS or is this technology better suited to other asset classes?
Are there viable alternatives to a fixed income EMS, or is the push for more transparency and market data inevitably going to lead to more adoption of this technology? 

Referee: David Bullen, Director, Bullen Management
TRUE: Yann Couellan, Head of Fixed Income Execution, BNP Paribas Asset Management 
TRUE: Carl James, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading, Pictet Asset Management
FALSE: Joeri Wouters, Fixed Income Buy Side Dealer, KBC Asset Management 
FALSE:  Ivan Mihov, Head of Buy Side Fixed Income EMS, AxeTrading 
FALSE:  Andy Mahoney, Head of EMEA Sales FlexTrade

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Yann Couellan

Head of Fixed Income Execution
BNP Paribas Asset Management

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David Bullen

Director
Bullen Management

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Carl James

Global Head of Fixed Income Trading
Pictet Asset Management

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Ivan Mihov

Head of Buy-Side Fixed Income EMS
AxeTrading

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Joeri Wouters

Fixed Income Buy Side Dealer
KBC Asset Management

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Andy Mahoney

Head of EMEA Sales
FlexTrade

Enhancing Your Pre and Post-Trade Workflow
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Mike Poole

Fixed Income Dealing Manager
Jupiter Asset Management

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John Greenan

Front Office Trading Technology Consultant
Alignment Systems

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Philip Simons

Global Head Fixed Income Sales Derivatives, Funding & Financing
Eurex

David Scilly

Head of Fixed Income & Currency Dealing
First State Investments

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Mike Googe

Head of Product - Bloomberg Transaction Cost Analysis
Bloomberg L.P.

Enhancing Your Pre and Post-Trade Workflow

Track B: Rates

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm Industry Perspective: The fragmentation, innovation and evolution of benchmarks- Assessing the world of new indices and alternative benchmarks to LIBOR
Mark Rogerson - Executive Director, EMEA Head of Interest Rate Products, CME Group Inc. Chris Rhodes - Global Head of Financial Derivatives, Intercontinental Exchange, ICE Data Services Kate Finlayson - Head of FICC Market Structure, J.P. Morgan
Ø  The practicalities of benchmark reform- How have regulators handled this and what are the timelines for change?
Ø  Assessing the new benchmarks for key geographical locations- How are you going to transition to these new benchmarks?
Ø  How do reference rates differ from each other and how do the respective policies differ across jurisdictions?
Ø  The implications of moving to an alternative benchmark- What will this mean for legacy contracts and how will you shift all of this business into a new format?
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Mark Rogerson

Executive Director, EMEA Head of Interest Rate Products
CME Group Inc.

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Chris Rhodes

Global Head of Financial Derivatives, Intercontinental Exchange
ICE Data Services

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Kate Finlayson

Head of FICC Market Structure
J.P. Morgan

Adapting To The New Era In Rates eTrading

Track B: Rates

2:40 pm - 3:20 pm 360 Perspective: Breaking down barriers between D2D and D2C markets- What are the factors driving eTrading and how can you embrace them to thrive in this new environment?
Dan Barnes - Editor The Desk Rutger Olthof - Principal Fixed Income and Derivatives Trader, NN Investment Partners Karim Awenat - European Head of Fixed Income Trading, Invesco Nicole Shumpert - Head of BrokerTec Direct, NEX
ØØ  What infrastructure is needed to push innovation across rates markets and how will eTrading continue to evolve?
Ø  Increased transparency, more competitive execution, efficient trade processing and a complete and permanent audit trail- What steps should you be taking now to help you achieve these goals?
Ø  Equity and FX parallels- Where do the similarities between equities, FX and rates lie and what transferable lessons can you take to improve your eTrading capabilities?
The move from RFQ- Should the market move to an all-to-all model and if so can it be done and what would the implications of this be?
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Dan Barnes

Editor
The Desk

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Rutger Olthof

Principal Fixed Income and Derivatives Trader
NN Investment Partners

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Karim Awenat

European Head of Fixed Income Trading
Invesco

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Nicole Shumpert

Head of BrokerTec Direct
NEX

Adapting To The New Era In Rates eTrading
Ø  Competition vs. fragmentation- Establishing the case for and against moving clearing to the continent
Ø  The role of EMIR II on clearing and Brexit- What impact will this have on UK domiciled clearing houses and their role in European markets?
Ø  Is it possible for euro derivatives clearing to be mandated to move to the continent from London, and if so would what impact would this have on the current market structure?
The push for power- Where will the dominant clearing hub be in 5 years time and how will the current landscape differ?
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David Bullen

Director
Bullen Management

Gaspard Bonin

Deputy Global Head of Derivatives Execution & Clearing
BNP Paribas CIB

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Matthias Graulich

Member of the Executive Board
Eurex Clearing AG

Philip Whitehurst

Executive Director Product Management
LCH

Adapting To The New Era In Rates eTrading

Track C: Investments

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm Industry Perspective: Trade wars, geo-politics and central bank intervention- What are the economic fundamentals that will impact fixed income markets in 2019?
Thanos Papasavvas, CFA - Founder and CIO, ABP Invest and former Strategisy / Investec Asset Management
Ø  Assessing the macro risks of trade wars- What impact does this have on globalization and as a result fixed income investing?
Ø  Responding to mid-term elections- What indications does the recent result imply for the future of Trump?
Ø  How are the ECB responding to the end of their own Quantitative Easing scheme and what is the strategy for tapering?
Ø  An in-depth analysis of a post QE world- What are the implications for lending standards and the operation of the financial system?
A synchronized growth outlook for the currency bloc- What are the forecasts for the ECB on European economic growth on the back of central bank tapering? 
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Thanos Papasavvas, CFA

Founder and CIO
ABP Invest and former Strategisy / Investec Asset Management

Prospering In The New Investment Landscape
Ø  Ø  Responding to the end of QE- What impact will central bank tapering have on both your investment strategy and the dealing desk?
Ø  Preparing your investment portfolio for a new era- How the end of the ECB bond buying scheme impacts interest rates and where should you position yourself on the yield curve?
Ø  Reaching the finish line- What impact will the end of QE have on yields and the eligibility of different types of debt instruments?
Assessing the implications on the dealing desk- How will this impact liquidity and how you exit positions?
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David Saab

Managing Director
JP Morgan Private Bank

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Thierry de Vergnes

Head of Acquistion Debt Funds
Amundi

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Richard Kelly

Head of Global Strategy
TD Securities

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Bas Fransen, CFA

Director Capital Markets
Grupo Caja de Ingenieros

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Liakos Papapoulos

Senior Investment Manager Treasury
MN Asset Management

Prospering In The New Investment Landscape
Ø  Asset allocation- How should you develop and construct portfolios to maximise returns in the current environment?
Ø  Diversifying your portfolio beyond traditional means- What are the biggest macro transitions driving potential risk and opportunities?
Ø  What are the nuances that you should analyse and why to build a successful portfolio in todays fixed income markets?
Where do the most lucrative return opportunities and related investment opportunities lie within the fixed income spectrum?
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Fraser Lundie

Co-Head of Credit
Hermes Investment Management

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Mary Pieterse-Bloem

Global Head of Fixed Income
ABN AMRO Private Bank

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Thanos Papasavvas, CFA

Founder and CIO
ABP Invest and former Strategisy / Investec Asset Management

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Bryn Jones

Head of Fixed Income
Rathbones Wealth Management

Adrian Helfert

Head of Global Fixed Income USA
AmundiPioneer

Prospering In The New Investment Landscape

Tracks D Workshop

2:20 pm - 3:20 pm Workshop: The next phase in automated execution in fixed income, derivatives and equities
Charlie Campbell-Johnston - Managing Director, Head of Integration and Workflow Solutions, Tradeweb Mike Thorpe - Managing Director – Cross Market Solutions & Relationships, Tradeweb
Ø  As automation of trading gains traction, how are clients using the best options available to them?
Ø  How can clients integrate automation and monitoring tools, to achieve their execution objectives?
Ø  How are these execution objectives being quantified?
Ø  What is the next stage of workflow automation and what are the main challenges faced by trading desks?
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Charlie Campbell-Johnston

Managing Director, Head of Integration and Workflow Solutions
Tradeweb

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Mike Thorpe

Managing Director – Cross Market Solutions & Relationships
Tradeweb

Automating Cross-Asset Execution - Maximum 20 buy side delegates

Track E: Workshop

2:20 pm - 3:20 pm Workshop: ETF best execution- How to ensure you have a best practice process in place to ensure you are minimizing execution costs and counterparty risk when trading fixed income ETFs?
Simon McGhee - Director, Head of ETF Business Development, Bluefin Europe Henri Boua - ETF Business Development, Bluefin Europe Robert Welsh - Head of the High Yield Credit Trading book, EMEA, Bluefin
Ø  ETF selection- what are the determining factors you should consider when selecting fixed income ETFs?
Ø  How should you engage with ETF market makers to ensure you are getting the tightest spreads and the best price?
Ø  Best execution of ETFs- How can you best decipher the best path to trade a fixed income ETF in order to minimize execution costs?
Ø  Automating ETFs- What aspects of the trading process can you automate for increased workflow efficiency? 
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Simon McGhee

Director, Head of ETF Business Development
Bluefin Europe

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Henri Boua

ETF Business Development
Bluefin Europe

Robert Welsh

Head of the High Yield Credit Trading book, EMEA
Bluefin

Defining And Accessing Research - Maximum 20 buy side delegates

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Afternoon Refreshment Break

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Exclusive Invite Only Buy Side Head Trader Think Tank

David Bullen - Director, Bullen Management
How can the buy side better collaborate to drive mutually beneficial initiatives forward?
Hosted by David Bullen, Director, Bullen Management
5:00 – 6:00: Private drinks reception hosted by Jane Street
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David Bullen

Director
Bullen Management

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Private drinks reception hosted by Jane Street

Group 9

Ø  Navigating liquidity fragmentation- How can you build a strong network of diversified liquidity pools to maximise your access?
Ø  What are currently the most commonly used trading protocols and how can you incorporate and utilise different workflows on the desk?
Ø  RIE, MTF, OTF, SI, Voice- Analysing the spectrum of trade paths, different types of venues and the interrelationship between each of these
Ø  Establishing the best path to trade- How do each of the available protocols differ and what is best suited to different types of trade?
New methods of finding liquidity- How are platforms and new entrants innovating to continue to offer new avenues of liquidity for the buy side?
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Lee Sanders

Head of Execution FX and UK & Asia Fixed Income Trading
AXA Investment Management

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Elizabeth Callaghan

Director, Market Structure and MiFID II strategy & regulatory response
ICMA

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Ricky Goddard

European Head of Credit Trading
Schroders

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Lee Bartholomew

Global Head of Fixed Income ETD Product Design
Eurex

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Christoph Hock

Global Head of Trading
Union Investments

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Scott W. Eaton

CEO
Algomi

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Gareth Coltman

Head of European Product Management
MarketAxess

Establishing The Best Protocol In Corporate Bonds
ؠؠ How is automated trading being developed in rates markets and what are the conditions that facilitate this?
Ø  Establishing the workflow benefits for automated execution- How can you incorporate this to compliment your current trading system?
Ø  Rules based execution- What are the parameters you should consider and how are the buy side already using this to improve efficiencies and focus trader resources where they are truly needed?
Ø  Retaining the human touch- How can buy side traders still add value to the low touch execution process in rates?
Beyond futures- What other fixed income products within Rates now lend themselves to automated execution and how can you take advantage of this?
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Radi Khasawneh

Fixed Income Market Structure and eTrading Expert
TABB Group

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Christophe Marcilloux

Deputy Head, Fixed Income Dealing
Amundi Asset Management

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Giuseppe Nuti

Managing Director, Head US Rates
UBS Investment Bank

Asita Anche

Head of Systematic Market Making & Data Science
Barclays

Balancing The Use Of Tech With Human Touch
Ø  Ø  Why have active managers predominantly underperformed in the past and what are the indicators that this trend is set to reverse?
Ø  Are current market conditions providing a fertile backdrop for active managers to demonstrate their true value or do passive managers still offer the best source of returns?
Ø  Is the period of outperformance of passive funds vs. active funds set to be reversed with more opportunities arising for active managers around rising rates?
Ø  With increased market volatility, do passive managers present too much risk should they react to the same event?
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Thanos Papasavvas, CFA

Founder and CIO
ABP Invest and former Strategisy / Investec Asset Management

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Brett Pybus CFA

Managing Director, leads the iShares EMEA Investment and Product Strategy Team.
BlackRock

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Maya Beyhan

Investment Strategist
Kempen

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Javier Dominguez

Managing Partner
Auriga Global Investors

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Louis Gargour

CIO and Managing Partner
LNG Capital

Debating Passive vs. Active Investing

Tracks D Workshop

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Workshop: Assessing the current state of repo markets- How are developments in electronic trading enabling efficiency gains in repo execution?
Andrew Beer - Director, Head of UK Sales, Tradeweb Jennifer Keser - Director, Regulation and Market Structure, Tradeweb
Ø  Introduction to the existing repo market structure and characteristics
Ø  Overview of manual workflow and the trend towards electronification
Ø  How technology is driving the increased activity seen on electronic platforms?
Ø  SFTR- How can you best prepare yourself for the regulatory challenges ahead?
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Andrew Beer

Director, Head of UK Sales
Tradeweb

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Jennifer Keser

Director, Regulation and Market Structure
Tradeweb

Setting New Standards In TCA Maximum 20 buy side delegates

Tracks E: Workshop

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Boardroom: How to survive in a mandatory buy-in world- How will this radically alter secondary market structure and behaviour and how liquidity is provided within the EU?
Andy Hill - Senior Director, International Capital Markets Association (ICMA)
Ø  What are the potential impacts for bond market liquidity provision and which markets are likely to be most impacted?
Ø  Could we see a transition to ‘long only’ markets, where buy-sides require effective guaranteed delivery?
Ø  What could be the impact for repo and lending markets? What happens if holders decide that lending illiquid bonds just isn’t worth the risk?
Ø  Given the potential for multiple buy-ins, often as the result of a single fail, do we risk wide scale market instability?
Could we see liquidity move from EU markets to non-EU 

Andy Hill

Senior Director
International Capital Markets Association (ICMA)

Addressing Pitfalls In EMS Technology Maximum 20 buy side delegates

5:10 pm - 5:40 pm Special Guest Speaker: Negotiation secrets from a Hostage Negotiator- How to master the art of negotiation in the workplace

Chris White - Former International Hostage and Crisis Negotiator, .UK Government
Before transitioning to the financial services sector, Chris boasts a 25-year career undertaking crisis negotiation work, including roles at the UK government. Now, serving as the Group Head of Operational Security at Prudential, Chris will be sharing real-life lessons on the transferable skills you can apply from hostage negotiation, and ultimately how you can turn this to your advantage in your day-to-day lives. 
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Chris White

Former International Hostage and Crisis Negotiator
.UK Government

5:40 pm - 5:45 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks:

David Bullen - Director, Bullen Management
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David Bullen

Director
Bullen Management

5:45 pm - 6:45 pm Fixed Income Leaders Summit Cocktail Drinks Reception