9th Annual Advanced Forum on Derivatives

Organization: The Canadian Institute

Venue: One King West

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jan 28, 2014 End Date/Time: Jan 29, 2014
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9th Annual Advanced Forum on Derivatives

January 28-29

One King West   Toronto

                               Superior Risk Mitigation Solutions to Streamline Compliance


Join us at The Canadian Institute’s 9th Derivatives Reform forum to understand exactly how to deconstruct, implement and comply with key new changes to the derivatives rules and how these changes will impact your business!

Be privy to firsthand industry knowledge on up-to-the-minute developments, through timely sessions to help you:  

  • Explore what the provinces are doing with their legislation for lessons learned from your counterparts across the country
  • Understand how to efficiently comply with the key new changes, with guidance directly from the regulators
  • Gain clarity on the requirements of and deadlines for Dodd-Frank implementation and how to prioritize your obligations
  • Explore the practical implications of the reforms on conducting trades
  • Manage new requirements in OTC derivatives from swap execution facilities to registrant rules
  • Prepare your business for global change by examining and knowing how to prepare for key developments in world markets that impact on Canadian business


Ensure you have the tools to stay ahead in navigating today’s complex and evolving derivatives landscape. Learn directly from our faculty of senior regulators, leading industry experts from Canadian and international banks, plus top derivatives legal professionals.


Register now! Reach us by calling 1-877-927-7936, by fax at 1-877-927-1563 or online at www.CanadianInstitute.com/Derivatives.


We look forward to meeting you at the conference in January!


A Must-Attend Event for:



• Executives and managing directors in financial institutions

• General Counsel, In-house counsel, chief legal officers and corporate secretaries

• Lawyers in private practice with specialties in:

- Derivatives

- Securities and structured products

- Banking

- Insolvency

• Derivatives documentation specialists

• Financial product engineers

• Compliance officers and managers

• Credit specialists

• Risk management specialists

• Capital markets professionals

• Commodity traders, derivative trading specialists, equity research associates

• Investment portfolio managers for regulated funds

• Mutual fund and pension fund investors and analysts

• Accountants advising financial institutions

• Counsel for energy and utility companies


1 King Street West


The Canadian Institute