Celent Securities & Investments Event--U.S. Swap Execution Facilities (SEFs): Opportunities in the Institutional Marketplace

New York, New York
Thursday, May 03, 2012


 12:00 p.m.   Welcome and Opening Comments
 12:15 p.m.   SEFs: Market Progress and Shared Interests
David Easthope, Research Director, Celent

What does it take to become an SEF? Easthope will take an in-depth look at what individual players are doing to make this a reality. What concrete steps are being taken? Explore potential sources of innovation for SEFs and study specific examples. Learn which asset classes can expect to see changes first and the implications for single dealers. Discuss Celent’s hypothesis for shared inetersts among platforms and suggested next steps.
 1:00 p.m.  

Interactive Working Session and Q&A

Designed to allow for the free flowing exchange of ideas as we look at the issues and opportunities surrounding SEFs, this session will be organized to result in key takeways for participants around shared interests, including areas such as latency, standardization, messaging, and clearing. We will deliberate the potential impact for the market as we review revenue models, market share, growth, number of trades etc. Debate what it means for the single dealer, IDB, and MD2C. This promises to be a provocative discussion as we will engage on all fronts.

 1:45 p.m.   

Closing Remarks and Listing of Key Take-Aways, Adjournment

 2:00 p.m.     Networking







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