Fixed Income Future Leaders USA 2017

May 16-May 18, 2017

Westin Copley Place - Boston

44 (0)207 368 9330

Day 1- Wednesday May 17th 2017

07:30 AM - 08:20 AM Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

08:20 AM - 08:25 AM Welcome Address: Oliver Kirkbright, Editorial Director, Fixed Income Leaders Summit

08:25 AM - 08:30 AM Chairperson's Opening Remarks

Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research, Greenwich Associates

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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates

A 360 View From The Top

08:30 AM - 08:50 AM Head Trader Keynote Panel: The view from the Global Heads- What are the top priorities for the buy side fixed income trading business over the next 12 months?

Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research, Greenwich Associates Michael O'Brien, Director of Global Trading, Eaton Vance Michael Buchanan, Head of Global Credit, Western Asset Management Company
  • What are the major buy side priorities for fixed income in 2017/18 and how will this change trading and investment divisions?
  • How are trading desks being re-structured to facilitate the development of traders and PMs in a new market order?
  • Where is the investment in new technology going in order to focus trading resources where they are truly needed?
  • With more impetus on the buy side and a reduction in price making and liquidity provision from the sell side, how should you change the roles of your traders to prosper in a new market structure?

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Michael O'Brien

Director of Global Trading
Eaton Vance
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Michael Buchanan

Head of Global Credit
Western Asset Management Company
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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates

08:50 AM - 09:10 AM Sell Side Keynote: Cross industry inspiration- How is the sell side implementing approaches from other industries to survive and thrive in fixed income markets?

Mike du Plessis, Managing Director, Global Head FX, Rates & Credit Execution Services, UBS Investment Bank
  • How are the sell side optimizing their capital in a less liquid, more regulated and lower return world to better support the buy side?
  • How are sell side business models evolving and how can the bulge bracket differentiate themselves to offer the buy side a tailored service?
  • What types of e-trading technology can the sell side use to maximize the efficiency of their dealing activity and pass on cost savings to the buy side?
  • In light of the move from a principal model of trading to an agency broking-centric trading model, which players are leading the way in offering the buy side innovative solutions?

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Mike du Plessis

Managing Director, Global Head FX, Rates & Credit Execution Services
UBS Investment Bank

09:10 AM - 09:50 AM All Star Panel: The big picture on market structure- What are the major developments transforming US fixed income markets and how will this change the way you interact with your sell side, platform and technology counterparts?

Will Rhode, Principal, Boston Consulting Group Rich Winter, Senior Managing Director, BGC Partners William G. De Leon, Managing director, Global head of portfolio risk management, PIMCO Issac Chang, Co-head of Trading, AQR Paul Hamill, Global Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities, Citadel Securities Constantinos Antionades, Global Head of Fixed Income, LIquidnet
  • Market structure through the lens- what has changed on the back of regulation and new technology, and what remains the same?
  • Is consolidation amongst new fixed income venues inevitable and if so why is this not yet happening?
  • Can brokers still remain competitive in a new age of liquidity provision, pricing formational and reduced dealer balance sheets?
  • With more data and technology available to the buy side, what will be the long term impact on fixed income market structure?
  • What type of market can facilitate an efficient structure between buy side, sell side and platforms, and how can all market players work together to make this a reality?

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Rich Winter

Senior Managing Director
BGC Partners
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Will Rhode

Principal
Boston Consulting Group
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William G. De Leon

Managing director, Global head of portfolio risk management
PIMCO
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Issac Chang

Co-head of Trading
AQR
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Paul Hamill

Global Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities
Citadel Securities
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Constantinos Antionades

Global Head of Fixed Income
LIquidnet

09:50 AM - 10:30 AM Morning Refreshment Break

10:30 AM - 10:50 AM Fireside Chat: Innovate to aggregate- How to leverage innovative technology to connect a fragmented market together

Jim Switzer, Head of Credit Trading, Alliance Bernstein Rick Mcvey, CEO, MarketAxess
  • What can you do from an efficiency standpoint to connect a fragmented fixed income market together?
  • The risk around data and analytics- how can you reduce fragmentation and understand different data points from different systems?
  • How can you gain data insights for a trading desk to maximize transparency and better understand when and where to trade?
  • How can you set up internal systems to discover this information at your discretion and make this into helpful, manageable data?
  • How can buy side use TRACE data, and platform data, learn how to use it, incorporate it into their portfolio and integrate this into their systems?

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Jim Switzer

Head of Credit Trading
Alliance Bernstein
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Rick Mcvey

CEO
MarketAxess
  • Voice vs. Electronic- Other than corporates, what other areas of fixed income are seeing electronic trading growth and how can you best utilize this?
  • Striking the balance- To what extent can automation replace the human touch?
  • Bilateral vs. automated execution- How can you establish which method of execution is best suited for certain market conditions?
  • Addressing the conflict between voice and electronic trading- How can you set up your internal teams to maximize the benefits of both forms of trading?
  • Will the methodology of eTrading eventually work across all fixed income asset classes or is it only best suited to certain products under certain conditions?

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Erik Tumasz

Managing Director, Fixed Income Trading Technology
Wellington Management
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Chris White

CEO
ViableMKTS
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Iseult Conlin

VP, Trading and Liquidity Strategies
Blackrock
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Eddie Wen

Macro Markets Global Head
Macro eCommerce
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Steve Grob

Global Head of Strategy
Fidessa
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Isaac Liberman

Founder and CEO
Aston Capital Management

11:30 AM - 11:50 AM Fireside Chat: Beyond the Network- Improving access to liquidity through flexible and integrated workflows

Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research, Greenwich Associates Lee Olesky, Chief Executive Officer, Tradeweb Markets

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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates
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Lee Olesky

Chief Executive Officer
Tradeweb Markets

Special Guest Speaker

11:50 AM - 12:20 PM Guest Speaker: Applying ‘The Big Short’ to todays market- How out-of-the-box thinking can drive your fund business in the next 3 years

Steve Eisman, The inspiration behind ‘The Big Short’ , Managing Director, Portfolio M, Neuberger Berman (Eisman group)

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Steve Eisman

The inspiration behind ‘The Big Short’ , Managing Director, Portfolio M
Neuberger Berman (Eisman group)

Lunch and Networking Break

12:20 PM - 1:40 PM Lunch and Networking Break

Exclusive Invite Only Buy Side Think-Tank

12:20 PM - 1:40 PM Exclusive Invite Only Buy Side Think-Tank: How can the buy side better collaborate to drive mutually beneficial initiatives forward

Dan Connell, Managing Director, Greenwich Associates Steve Eisman, The inspiration behind ‘The Big Short’ , Managing Director, Portfolio M, Neuberger Berman (Eisman group)
Open to 15 Global Heads of Trading from the top 20 US and Canadian asset managers

Join this interactive session, air your own hot topics and together, with our professional independent moderator, brainstorm ways forward in conjunction and collaboration with your peers.

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Dan Connell

Managing Director
Greenwich Associates
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Steve Eisman

The inspiration behind ‘The Big Short’ , Managing Director, Portfolio M
Neuberger Berman (Eisman group)

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM Industry Perspective: TRACE for Treasuries- How can regulators work to improve transparency in the deepest, most liquid fixed income markets of the world?

Chris Ferreri, Chief Operating Officer, Hartfield, Titus and Donnelly Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research, Greenwich Associates Susan Estes, CEO, Opendoor Trading
  • Aligning transparency in corporate bonds and treasuries- What steps are being taken to improve transparency in the treasury space?
  • How are regulators going to use the new treasury data to help prevent future potential flash crashes?
  • Trade reporting for treasuries- Will this lead to further regulation on treasuries to prevent another flash crash?
  • Is corporate bonds and TRACE a suitable roadmap- What has been learned from transparency and reporting in other markets?
  • Is there potential to make Treasury TRACE data available for public disclosure and if so when?

On April 25th, OpenDoor launched an innovative trading platform specifically designed to reliquify off-the-run Treasuries and TIPS. The platform is all-to-all, session-based and anonymous. OpenDoor offers free access to the browser-based platform, and the blind platform ensures zero information leakage. The combination of these features offers traders and fiduciaries the perfect venue to enforce best execution protocols. In order to preserve existing dealer relationships as well as the post trade process, the end-user chooses the dealer it wishes to face for settlement and clearing. While dealers are encouraged to trade on the platform for their proprietary desks, their primary role is as your clearing agent.


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Chris Ferreri

Chief Operating Officer
Hartfield, Titus and Donnelly
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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates
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Susan Estes

CEO
Opendoor Trading

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM Synergy Workshop: Navigating the MiFID II maze- All you need to know to practically prepare your trading desk for the January 2018 MiFID II deadline

Matthew Coupe, Director Market Structure, Barclays
  • Breaking down MiFID II- How will the new rules impact research, reporting, transparency and best execution in Europe and what will be the knock on effect for US entities?
  • What are the new reporting requirements when transacting with EU firms under MiFID II?
  • What should you put in place now to prepare for new transparency rules within MiFID II and how will this impact your ability to execute?
  • Establishing the real cost of research- How will unbundling work for US entities, how will it impact research costs and who will drive this?
  • What steps do you need to put in place now to mitigate the impact of MiFID II on your global trading business?

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Matthew Coupe

Director Market Structure
Barclays

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM Industry Perspective: New uncleared margin rules- Gain clarity on the impact they will have on your fixed income desk and the steps you should take now to meet these new requirements

Tara Kruse, Head, ISDA
  • A regulatory update on the plans by the CFTC Division of Clearing and Risk- Where are the current clearing proposals up to and how will you be impacted?
  • Margins for uncleared trades- What are the next ‘phased in’ periods and when will these come into force?
  • What impact will margin variation rules have on the buy side- Do the benefits outweigh the additional costs?
  • How will the later implementation date in Europe impact cross border compliance and could this lead to an uncompetitive global landscape?
  • What impact will the new clearing mandate have on the fixed income market structure once these changes are fully implemented?

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Tara Kruse

Head
ISDA

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM Leadership Boardroom: The future outlook of active and passive investment management- As passive assets continue to rise, what is on the horizon for active managers?

Terry Flynn, Front Office Specialist & Team Lead, SimCorp , ,
  • Given the success passive funds have had in recent years and the low cost to investors, is the trend in asset flows towards passive investments continuing or could there be a reversal of this trend?
  • Passive vs. active investments in 2017/18- As we enter a rising rate environment are we set to see flows into active investments or will passive investments still provide the safest haven? 
  • How can you now plan and employ smart beta strategies as a hybrid solution to minimize cost while still delivering optimal, objective-driven portfolio investing?
  • With smart beta, what are the implicit (i.e. ESG) and explicit (i.e. volatility) factors that can be used as levers with Equities, Fixed Income (i.e. duration, credit), and other asset classes? 
  • Alternative investments as a source of alpha- How are different buy side houses approaching alternative investments, and how do you manage the operational challenges presented by investing in these asset classes?

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Terry Flynn

Front Office Specialist & Team Lead
SimCorp

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM 360 Perspective: Geo-political risk and deglobalisation- How can you exploit political drivers in 2017 to generate returns for your portfolio?

David Saab, Managing Director, JP Morgan Private Bank Marc Chandler, Head of FX Strategy, Brown Brothers Harriman
  • How has recent geo-political uncertainly impacted market volatility and what impact does this have in fixed income investing?
  • With heightened political instability in both developed and emerging markets, what impact does this have on fixed income markets?
  • What do the major elections in Europe mean for the Eurozone on the back of Brexit- Is there a risk of further break-up?
  • Geo-political landscape from a risk management perspective- How can you structure a profitable portfolio on top of this?
  • Learning from past events- How can you use lessons from recent political events to best handle the unbalanced risks associated with major events in 2017?

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David Saab

Managing Director
JP Morgan Private Bank
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Marc Chandler

Head of FX Strategy
Brown Brothers Harriman

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM 360 Perspective: How can you improve your pre-trade transparency capabilities to give you the power of choice on how to trade?

Neal Rayner, Independent Expert, Formerly Aberdeen Asset Management Dan Barnes, Writer, The DESK Stu Taylor, CEO, Algomi Francis FA Romano, Head of Bondpoint Institutional, KCG David Murray, Chief Business Development Officer, Corvil , ,
  • Pre trade transparency- What is currently available for pre-trade and how can you aggregate this information to make more informed decisions?
  • How can you leverage technology and data to improve your pre-trade transparency?
  • How can you measure liquidity and capture data pre-trade to show buyers and sellers?
  • TRACE traders vs non-TRACE traders- What are the habits of TRACE traders and how does this influence how you trade?
  • Debate- Should treasuries have available TRACE data and be moved to a clearing model?

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Neal Rayner

Independent Expert
Formerly Aberdeen Asset Management
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Dan Barnes

Writer
The DESK
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Stu Taylor

CEO
Algomi
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Francis FA Romano

Head of Bondpoint Institutional
KCG
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David Murray

Chief Business Development Officer
Corvil

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM Session continues

Session continues

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM Oxford Style Debate: True or false- The latest clearing requirements make OTC swaps trading less attractive and push the market towards listed derivatives

Michael O'Brien, Director of Global Trading, Eaton Vance Sol Steinberg, Founding Principal, The OTC Partners , , Glenn Taitz, Head of Fixed Income Trading, Invesco Christian Dopp, Senior Vice President, Fixed Income Sale, Eurex

True - Chris Dopp, Senior Vice President, Buy-Side Business Development, Eurex

True - Michael O'Brien, Head of Global Trading, Eaton Vance

False - Sol Steinberg, Regional Director, PRIMA

False - Glenn Taitz, Head of Fixed Income Trading, Invesco

  • As the OTC market moves further towards a clearing model, what are the issues in terms of cost and risk?
  • Is increased margin on uncleared transactions pushing buy side firms to trade exchange-traded derivatives to avoid additional costs?
  • Will the new uncleared margin requirements lead to an increase in voluntary clearing of ‘non-cleared’ products or is this not necessary?
  • Are adequate solutions available to make the clearing model more streamlined and efficient, or are the still improvements to be made?
  • With rules governing futures transactions being less restrictive than current swap rules, are we likely to see the futurization of swaps?

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Michael O'Brien

Director of Global Trading
Eaton Vance
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Sol Steinberg

Founding Principal
The OTC Partners
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Glenn Taitz

Head of Fixed Income Trading
Invesco
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Christian Dopp

Senior Vice President, Fixed Income Sale
Eurex

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM Session continues

Session Continues

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM Industry Perspective: The year ahead- What will be the key macro indicators in 2017 and how will this impact fixed income markets?

Lee Ferridge, Head of Macro Strategy, State Street Global Markets

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Lee Ferridge

Head of Macro Strategy
State Street Global Markets

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM 360 Perspective: More than just box ticking- How can you use TCA to solidify your investment decisions?

James Wallin, Senior Vice President, Fixed Income, Alliance Bernstein Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research, Greenwich Associates John James, Director of Business Development, Trading Analytics, Markit , , , ,
  • What are the implementation policies and costs to make bespoke TCA for fixed income?
  • How can you utilize TCA to demonstrate best execution to clients, auditors and regulators in order to support and evidence your investment decisions?
  • How can TCA be used to add value throughout the full trade life cycle and not just as a post trade tool?
  • What makes a credible TCA system and how can more standardization be brought forward for fixed income TCA?
  • The future of TCA in fixed income- How far are we from seeing more trade data depth to enable the enrichment of existing offerings?

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James Wallin

Senior Vice President, Fixed Income
Alliance Bernstein
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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates
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John James

Director of Business Development, Trading Analytics
Markit

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Session continues

Session Continues

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM 360 Perspective: How do the buy side and sell side need to re-think their business models to succeed in the new derivatives landscape?

Paul Aston, Partner, Tixall Global Advisors Jarred Sherman, Managing Director, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, JP Morgan Asset Management David Weiss, Senior Analyst, Aite Group Lisa Seim, Principal, Strategic Exchanges
  • How was the transition to the non-cleared margin rules and how have the buy side adapted to the early changes in regulation?
  • How are the buy side measuring and posting initial margin and efficiently coping with the new requirements and what impact has this had on the products they trade? 
  • What products are going to be more prevalent in the new environment and what will move towards an exchange traded model?
  • How are all market participants ensuring the rules can be effective and minimise unintended consequences?

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Paul Aston

Partner
Tixall Global Advisors
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Jarred Sherman

Managing Director, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager
JP Morgan Asset Management
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David Weiss

Senior Analyst
Aite Group
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Lisa Seim

Principal
Strategic Exchanges

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Session Continues

Session Continues

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Oxford Style Debate: True or false- Now is the time for new fiscal policy as monetary policy will no longer stimulate the economy

Joseph Casteluccio, President of Capital Markets and Head of Trading, CG Capital Markets David Saab, Managing Director, JP Morgan Private Bank Adam Purzitsky, Co-Head, Global Rates Team, Old Mutual Global Investors
  • How are central banking policies dictating fixed income performance and how can you best manage this dynamic?
  • The ineffectiveness of central banking policies- Have central banking policies not had the desired impact to improve the economy?
  • How low can you go- Are rates set to drop further or is the only way up from here?
  • Do the central banks have anywhere else to turn with banking policies or is fiscal stimulus the only way forward now?
  • Currency markets in 2017 and beyond- Would fiscal policy provide the US economy with the boost it needs?

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Joseph Casteluccio

President of Capital Markets and Head of Trading
CG Capital Markets
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David Saab

Managing Director
JP Morgan Private Bank
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Adam Purzitsky

Co-Head, Global Rates Team
Old Mutual Global Investors

3:20 PM - 3:50 PM Afternoon Refreshment Break

3:50 PM - 4:45 PM 360° Perspective: The concept of ‘All to All’ (A2A) trading- Why have A2A models failed in the past and what indications are there that they will succeed now?

Chris White, CEO, ViableMKTS Greg Heller, Director of Global Fixed Income Trading, MFS Eric Charron, Director of Trading, Liberty Mutual Group Alex Sedgwick, Vice President, Fixed Income Market Structure, T. Rowe Price Rich Schiffman, Open Trading Product Manager, MarketAxess , , , ,
  • The move to A2A- Is there currently enough data and pricing in the market for the A2A protocol to be successful?
  • A2A and the concept of anonymity- is this good or bad for fixed income markets?
  • How can you improve price discovery and pre-trade transparency on A2A models?
  • Defragmentation- How can the high number of A2A models be consolidated to reduce fragmentation in the market?
  • Debate- Will A2A overtake RFQ and become the dominant form of trading in fixed income?

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Chris White

CEO
ViableMKTS
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Greg Heller

Director of Global Fixed Income Trading
MFS
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Eric Charron

Director of Trading
Liberty Mutual Group
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Alex Sedgwick

Vice President, Fixed Income Market Structure
T. Rowe Price
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Rich Schiffman

Open Trading Product Manager
MarketAxess

3:50 PM - 4:45 PM Workshop: Your A-Z guide on fixed income ETFs- How can you incorporate ETFs in your portfolio to give you increased liquidity and exposure?

Philip Cichlar, Head of ETF Sales and Trading, Jane Street , ,
  • ETF Transparency- What benefits can ETFs bring to a fixed income portfolio and what are the potential risks associated with these?
  • What are the key characteristics of fixed income ETFs and what problems do they solve?
  • What are the risks of using ETFs in stressed market conditions and how do they perform?
  • How do fixed income ETFs compare to equity ETFs and where to the major differences exist?
  • Implementation and execution- How can you build ETFs into your portfolio and how are they traded?

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Philip Cichlar

Head of ETF Sales and Trading
Jane Street

3:50 PM - 4:45 PM 360° Perspective: Setting yourself up to work with non-traditional liquidity providers- what issues currently exist and how can you overcome these for increased liquidity?

Brad Bailey, Research Director, Capital Markets, Celent Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research, Greenwich Associates Jon Herrick, Managing Director, Sun Trading Jim Greco, Independent Expert, Former CEO and Founder, Direct Match Isaac Liberman, Founder and CEO, Aston Capital Management
  • High Frequency Traders as liquidity providers- Is the fixed income market readily available for HFT firms to come forward as alternative liquidity sources?
  • HFT and the buy side- How do HFT market making models differ and can they be relied upon during times of stress?
  • Alongside treasuries and futures, what other parts of the fixed income spectrum can facilitate HFT and what is the impact on liquidity?
  • What are the barriers to entry for HFT in other markets and how can they be overcome?
  • With increased electronic trading and new data points, what does the future hold for HFT in fixed income?

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Brad Bailey

Research Director, Capital Markets
Celent
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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates
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Jon Herrick

Managing Director
Sun Trading
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Jim Greco

Independent Expert, Former CEO and Founder
Direct Match
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Isaac Liberman

Founder and CEO
Aston Capital Management

3:50 PM - 4:45 PM Leadership Boardroom: Unlocking blockchain’s potential- How can this new technology revolutionize capital markets to slash costs and reduce risk?

Igor Gramatikovski, Director of Settlement, SimCorp
  • How does blockchain work and what benefits can this new technology bring to capital markets as a whole?
  • Building Blockchain- What is the underlying structure to blockchain and how can this improve efficiency across the full trade lifecycle?
  • Integrating Blockchain- What are the realistic timelines for blockchain to become a reality in capital markets?
  • Challenging the status quo- What impacts could distributed ledger technology have on the market structure?

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Igor Gramatikovski

Director of Settlement
SimCorp

3:50 PM - 4:45 PM Case Study Revolution: Positioning your portfolio for rising rates- How can you best manage your fixed income investments in a rising rate environment?

David Saab, Managing Director, JP Morgan Private Bank Michael Pond, Fixed Income Strategist, Barclays Bank
  • When the FED finally does raise rates, how much will they rise and how fast will they rise?
  • What are the factors affecting interest rates and how can fixed income investments respond to the rate rise?
  • What is the impact of rising rates on fixed income returns and how can you best manage this to generate returns for your investors?
  • US vs. international investing- What role are central banks playing and where does the yield and risks lie?

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David Saab

Managing Director
JP Morgan Private Bank
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Michael Pond

Fixed Income Strategist
Barclays Bank

4:45 PM - 4:50 PM Transit time to main conference room

Rethinking Traditional Models

4:50 PM - 5:10 PM Fireside Chat: The millennial trader - What are the requirements of both traders and portfolio managers to successfully thrive in liquidity deprived markets?

Dan Barnes, Writer, The DESK Russell Budnick, Head of Taxable Fixed Income, JP Morgan WM Zachary Ellison, Director, US Public Fixed Income, Sun Life Investment Management

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Russell Budnick

Head of Taxable Fixed Income
JP Morgan WM
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Zachary Ellison

Director, US Public Fixed Income
Sun Life Investment Management
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Dan Barnes

Writer
The DESK

5:10 PM - 5:20 PM Innovation Spotlight: Ecosystem-as-a-Service for Fixed Income Market Participants- How a financial markets cloud can enable firms to source liquidity, manage risk and access trade lifecycle services

Ganesh Iyer, Global Product Marketing Director, IPC

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Ganesh Iyer

Global Product Marketing Director
IPC
Join our fixed income sharks during this exciting ‘Shark Tank’ style session, where you will hear from four new and innovative start-up FINTECH firms as they present their offerings in a bid to win first place. Listen up as the ’sharks’ review the technologies’ benefits to your business, predict their future success and deliver their verdicts. The ultimate decision is in your hands though, as the audience get to vote for their favourite.

Will you find the next big thing?

Suggested Technologies:
  • Machine learning
  • Connectivity
  • Best Ex analytics
  • RegTech
  • Information flow
  • Sentiment Analysis

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Ed Boyle

Global Macro Portfolio Manager
American Century Investments
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Sol Steinberg

Founding Principal
The OTC Partners
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David Weiss

Senior Analyst
Aite Group
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Steve Toland

Founder
TransFICC
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Julia Streets

CEO
Streets Consulting
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Stuart Plane

CEO and Founder
LiquidityCube

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Kevin McPartland

Head of Market Structure Research
Greenwich Associates

6:05 PM - 11:59 PM Cocktail Drinks Reception