Energy and Commodities OTC Clearing and Execution under Dodd-Frank Regulation roundtable

 Energy and Commodities OTC Clearing and Execution under Dodd-Frank Regulation roundtable
  • What are the requirements for organizations to standardize swaps to be traded under Dodd-Frank?
  • Where are we at regarding preparations made across the industry for the changes in rules on clearing and execution process? 
  • Risk management: what are the characteristics clients will be looking at when selecting clearing houses? 
  • What are the qualities clients will be considering when choosing a dealer or FCM?

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In association with CME Group, KPMG and SuperDerivatives

The industry expert speakers are:

  • CME Group: Thomas LaSala, Managing Director, Chief Regulatory Officer and Tim Doar, Managing Director, Risk Management
  • KPMG: John D’Agostino, Advisor, former hedge fund manager and Nymex VP 
  • CW&T: Gregory Mocek, former CFTC enforcer for 8 years 
  • ICAP: Patrick J. McCarty, Managing Director, Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs in the United States, former General Counsel, CFTC 
  • SuperDerivatives: Zohar Hod, VP - Head of Americas & Global Strategic Sales
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