The agenda for this year’s Symposium is entitled “Securities Services – Where next?”. It is based on the ISSA report “Future of Securities Services” written in conjunction with Oliver Wyman. As well as focusing on the output from the paper, the sessions will challenge the participants’ thinking with real-life examples of DLT, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. The full Symposium programme can be accessed here.
We are delighted to welcome Martin Moloney, Secretary General of IOSCO, as the key note speaker. In addition there will be a great set of panelists attending, with interesting – and diverse – viewpoints of the financial industry, as well as some of the most knowledgeable speakers / moderators from within the securities services business.
The Symposium will be held under the Chatham House Rule. That means, partcipants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. As a consequence, no speeches, discussions or presentations will be recorded during the Symposium.