Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on November 15, 2012 to discuss how the OTC credit markets will develop its own market microstructure, based on leveraging best practice from other electronically exchange-based markets.
Depending on who you ask, it is only a matter of months before a good portion of the over-the-counter (OTC) credit market begins to trade electronically. Although firms can leverage best practices from other electronic exchange-based markets, this new market will develop its own unique market microstructure. This report will examine how market participates can prepare for these changes.
* Do you expect to see more challenges in the front or middle and back office preparing for the new trading environment? And what would they be?
* Which part of the OTC trade lifecycle will be the easiest/hardest to automate? What can firms do to address this?
* What new technological products and services should the industry see from the SEFs and clearing houses to distinguish them from the competition?
- Darren Thomas, Head of OTC Clearing, Futures, and FXPB Operations, BARCLAYS
- Atanas Goranov, CFA, FRM, Managing Director, Derivatives Risk Officer, THE GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA.
- Ted Leveroni, Executive Director of Derivatives Strategy and External Relations, OMGEO
- Elisabeth Kirby, Vice President, Strategic Integration, TRADEWEB
Moderator: James Rundle, Deputy Editor, Sell Side, WATERS AND WATERSTECHNOLOGY
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