4th Annual International STP symposium (STP 2002)

Venue: Central London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 09, 2002 End Date/Time: Sep 10, 2002
Registration Date: Sep 08, 2002
Early Registration Date: Jul 01, 2002
Abstract Submission Date: Jul 01, 2002
Paper Submission Date: Jul 08, 2002
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Description

The move towards STP implementation is gaining urgency. In view of the transition to T+1 in June 2005, financial firms will have to be in a position to make the changes needed to develop and market new products faster than the competition. Other key developments redefining the industry strategies and contributing to an acceleration towards STP implementation are the split of axion 4 from the GSTPA, the growing use of VMUs and the proposed new Basel Capital Accord which has stimulated a major effort to dramatically increase the quantification of operational risk.

This 4th annual event aims at being a forum for discussion amongst industry players and practitioners to refocus the attention on the starting and ending points of STP. It seems that the different segments of the industry are loosing track of the main drivers and goals leading to STP and STP has therefore lost its context. There is a crucial need to reassess and redefine the true benefits of achieving STP for the whole industry (a part from the reduction of costs) to foster co-ordination and co-operation amongst all the players. Main issues like achieving a greater integration between the front office and the middle office and the assessment of the role of the middle office will be thoroughly analysed. In light of the above, this brainstorming forum is specifically devised to give concrete answers to the controversial question “Why STP?” and to equip the participants with the solutions to effectively improve the automation of the whole trading cycle to successfully compete in the e-Business environment.

Benefit from the knowledge of our leading speaker panel that include among others:
John Gubert, Head of Group Securities Services, HSBC Holding Plc/GSTPA
Keith Wright, Global Head of Equity Dealing, Baring Asset Management, Buy-Side Chairman of the FIX Committee UK and Europe
Geoff Mizen, Director of Operations, Client Services, Merrill Lynch
Chris Simms, Head of Development, Gartmore Investment Ltd.
Kevin Bourne, Director, Head of Equity Electronic Trading and External Connectivity (EMEA), Schroder Salomon Smith Barney
Robert Boardman, Member of European Steering Committee, FIX Protocol Organisation, Executive Director of Equities Technology, Goldman Sachs
Jane Levi, Vice-Chair, ISITC Europe, Vice President IT, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein
Raimo Näätsaari, Manager, Research and Development, e-Business, Nordea Bank
Glen Townsend, Director of Dealing and Operations, Friends Ivory and Sime
Nigel Thomas, Vice-President, State Street Investment Manager Solutions Europe Ltd

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Additional Information

Priced at £1934.17 per person. A 10% discount will be applied to all reservations made prior to 1st July 2002