Transferring your OTC Interest Rate Derivatives portfolios to a CCP based in the EU27 opens up key strategic opportunities for your organization. The prerequisite for this is a smooth transfer process. This webcast consists of two sessions:
First, industry experts share their hands-on experience in preparing and executing a CCP Switch. The second session focuses on tackling valuation issues via the D2C platform Trad-X, including a demo of the possibilities it offers.
The webcast took place on 26 November 2020.
3.00 to 3.30 PM CET Session One – Practicalities of switching CCPs
All these topics are discussed by our experts, sharing their down-to-earth experience and providing their guidance. Get to understand the details of the transfer process and ensure a successful and smooth CCP transfer.
Philip Simons, Global Head of Sales, Fixed Income Derivatives Funding & Financing, Eurex
Sharing the “how-to” from a trading, operational and asset management perspective
Rosa Fenwick, Director, LDI Portfolio Manager, BMO Global Asset Management
Sören Kretschmar, Director, Interest Rates Derivatives Trader, Deutsche Bank
Vivien Osswald, Director, Front & XVA Trading, LBBW
Moderator: Andreas Stadelmaier, Fixed Income Derivatives Sales Germany & Austria, Eurex
3.30 to 4.00 PM CET Session Two – Objective Pricing
On a D2C CLOB, using the displayed price information across the entire curve, you can choose to put your order anywhere in the constituted order book while retaining the ability to adjust your price at any time before the execution takes place.
How to tackle valuation issues using alternative platforms?
How does quality of data matter?
Philippe Dudon, COO, Trad-X
Trad-X: D2C execution, how does it work?
Solon Satanas, Madrid - Branch Manager, Multi-Asset Sales EMEA, US, Tradition
Lev Kokunko, Business Manager, Trad-X
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