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8th Annual XVA and Scarce Resource Management

London, United Kingdom

8th Annual XVA and Scarce Resource Management
8th Annual XVA and Scarce Resource Management

This marcus evans conference will enable institutions to get a wider view of their derivative portfolio to ensure they reduce costs and manage risk. They will understand the latest capital and initial margin requirements to best manage these scarce resources, while examining the XVA desk and how to use new techniques, such as compression, discounting and optimising CSA agreements, and technologies, such as AI and machine learning, to increase the efficiency of the portfolio and reduce costs, while increasing their competitiveness.

If you feel that you are a good fit for this conference please visit the event website: https://goo.gl/wUm64t

Are you interested in attending this event? To learn more about registration and fees, simply send an email to [email protected]

Why You Should Attend

This marcus evans conference will enable institutions to get a wider view of their derivative portfolio to ensure they reduce costs and manage risk. They will understand the latest capital and initial margin requirements to best manage these scarce resources, while examining the XVA desk and how to use new techniques, such as compression, discounting and optimising CSA agreements, and technologies, such as AI and machine learning, to increase the efficiency of the portfolio and reduce costs, while increasing their competitiveness.

With the increased number of regulations, and the costs increasing across the derivative portfolio, and the ever increasing number of valuation adjustments, XVA desks and derivative traders have to do more with less to ensure they maintain competitiveness of their portfolios and maintain their profitability. Institutions need to take a step back to ensure they are optimising their portfolio, and increasing their efficiency, to meet ever increasing costs, while still gaining strong returns across the derivative portfolio.

Key Topics

  • Understand the latest developments with initial margin and MVA to best reduce costs
  • Minimise the impact of KVA and other capital charges on the derivative portfolio
  • Use innovative techniques within XVA, such as compression and discounting, to best manage scarce resources
  • Modernise derivative infrastructure to best manage XVA
  • Evaluate the role of AI and machine learning in derivative pricing

Previous Attendees Include

    • ABSA Capital
    • Banca IMI
    • Banco Sabadell
    • Bank of England
    • Barclays Capital
    • BBVA
    • BNP Paribas Ltd
    • CIBC
    • Citi
    • CompatibL
    • Daiwa Capital Markets
    • Deutsche Bank
    • DNB
    • Eurobank
    • Federal Reserve Bank of New York
    • Global Valuation Limited
    • ICA
    • JP Morgan
    • Jyske Bank
    • Lloyds Banking Group
    • National Australia Bank
    • Natixis
    • Nomura International PLC
    • Nordea
    • Royal Bank Of Canada
    • Scotiabank
    • SFIL
    • Swedbank
    • UBS
    • UniCredit
    • VTB Capital PLC

Why Choose marcus evans?

marcus evans specialises in the research and development of strategic events for senior business executives. From our international network of 63 offices, marcus evans produces over 1000 event days a year on strategic issues in corporate finance, telecommunications, technology, health, transportation, capital markets, human resources and business improvement.

Above all, marcus evans provides clients with business information and knowledge which enables them to sustain a valuable competitive advantage and makes a positive contribution to their success.

DATE

Sep 12 2018 – Sep 14 2018

LOCATION

London