Derivatives Events

The most relevant industry events and conferences where OTC derivatives regulation and its impact will be discussed.

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December 2011

CFTC Open Meeting to Consider Three Final Rules 
December 20, 2011, 9:30 a.m.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2011, at 9:30 a.m., on the following topics:final rule on real-rime reporting of swap transaction data; final rule on swap data recordkeeping and reporting requirements; and final rule on effective date for swap regulation.

Preparing for Derivatives Reform: The New Era of Electronic Trading under Dodd-Frank
December 6th, 6-8 p.m. (Located at IBM’s Midtown offices)

The Association of FinTech Professionals with support from IBM & Tradeweb present an evening panel discussion followed by refreshments Preparing for Derivatives Reform The New Era of Electronic Trading under Dodd-Frank Tuesday, December 6th 6:00pm (panel discussion begins at 6:30pm) IBM 590 Madison Ave (at 57th Street) - 12th Floor New York, NY Complimentary Invitation / Limited Seating Please RSVP to fintechprof@gmail.com 

ISDA Symposium® Litigation in the OTC Derivatives Market
December 5th, 2011 New York City 

A distinguished panel of litigators and senior practitioners will discuss a number of recent cases of interest to the OTC derivatives market, including recent ISDA amicus submissions. Panelists will present brief summaries of the arguments made in the cases and the orders or judgments issued, focusing on the potential ramifications for the OTC derivatives markets. Given that this Symposium is intended for senior legal practitioners, the audience will be encouraged to engage in the discussion.

Counterparty Credit Risk Seminar
December 1st, 2011 New York City

ISDA seminar on Identifying and Measuring Counterparty Credit Risk including Counterparty risk and replacement cost, Double default risks and wrong-way risks, Loan equivalent exposures: potential future exposure and expected positive exposure