Fixed Income Future Leaders USA 2017

May 16-May 18, 2017

Westin Copley Place - Boston

44 (0)207 368 9330

Ted Kelleher

Managing Director, Head of Financial Institutions Fixed Income and Currenci
Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking

Ted Kelleher is Head of Fixed Income and Currencies Sales within our Global Markets business for the Americas region. In this role, he is responsible for managing the sales relationships with Financial Institutions for Rates, Credit, Foreign Exchange, Emerging Markets, Insurance Solutions and Securitized Products.<br />
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Mr. Kelleher joined Societe Generale in August 2013 as Head of the Client Management Unit for Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking’s Global Markets Division in the Americas where he led an effort to build a client-centric franchise across all flow product businesses and financing in the United States, Canada and Latin America. <br />
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Prior to joining SG, Ted had been with UBS nearly 20 years. In his most recent position with UBS he led and managed a national salesforce driven to deliver Equity, FICC and Cash Management products to Institutional and Corporate Clients. He devised and executed comprehensive client and salesforce acquisition and growth strategies resulting in deep relationships and a robust, sustainable franchise.



Day 2- Thursday 18th May 2017

08:50 AM All Star Panel: Defining best execution for the buy side- How can you build a reliable methodology to measure and achieve best execution in today’s fragmented fixed income world?

  • The evolution of best execution- How are leading buy side heads measuring best execution and what changes have they made?
  • Broader than ‘best price’- What other parameters should you measure your best execution standards against other than pricing?
  • Strategy selection- How can you fully understand what is the right approach for the right environment?
  • What front office technology is essential in today’s electronic world to help you measure and maximize your chances of achieving best execution?
  • What can the US learn from European best execution standards under the new MiFID II guidelines?