Venue: Marriott Bloor Yorkville

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jan 24, 2012 End Date/Time: Jan 25, 2012
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It is a critical time for derivatives markets. The upcoming regulatory changes promise to completely transform the way you do business. Regulators are finalizing the framework for the Canadian regulations, and now is the time to prepare your business to meet the challenges to come.

Now in its 7th year, The Canadian Institute’s Advanced Forum on Derivatives is Canada’s leading advanced conference on derivatives, and our outstanding faculty of speakers will provide you with the knowledge you need to stay on top of the rapidly changing regulatory landscape. Get a truly global perspective on the proposed framework for derivatives regulation and gain answers to your most pressing issues in derivatives, including:

• FINDING OUT the latest on Dodd-Frank and international developments

• UNDERSTANDING the new Canadian rules on clearing, reporting, collateral, registration and more

• CLARIFYING the interactions between domestic and international compliance requirements

• GAINING practical advice on operational and compliance strategies for the new regulatory challenges

• ANALYZING the long-term impact of the regulations on the derivatives markets

Plus! Take advantage of our pre-forum workshops “THE FUNDAMENTALS OF DERIVATIVES” and “THE DERIVATIVES DOCUMENTATION MASTERCLASS” to ensure you will get the most out of the sessions that follow!


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A MUST ATTEND EVENT FOR: • In house counsel and lawyers in private practice dealing with - Derivatives - Securities and structured products - Banking - Insolvency • Derivatives documentation specialists • Financial product engineers • Executives and managing directors in financial institutions • Compliance officers and managers • Credit specialists • Risk management specialists • Capital markets professionals • Investment managers for regulated funds • Pension fund investors and analysts • Accountants advising financial institutions • Counsel for energy and utility companies