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Collateral Management Conference

Event : Collateral Management Conference

Mon, 05/11/2012  
Conducted by : Marcus Evans
Contact : Michele Westergaard

 By Attending This Event You Will:

1. Evaluate the future of collateral management in the new regulatory environment
2. Assess the impact of CCPs
3. Learn how to achieve collateral optimization by looking at changes to the operating model, technological innovation and tri-party agreements
4. Hear from the buy-side and understand the challenges that they are confronting
5. Adapt collateral management best practices
6. Benefit from a dynamic presentation format consisting of workshops, panel discussions and case studies
7. Experience highly interactive conference sessions, 10-15 minutes of Q&A time after each presentation, 4+ hours of networking and exclusive online access to materials post-event
 


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