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ICMA and NFA Conference: Building the Russian capital market – developments and initiatives
 
Co-Hosted by NFA 

Date and Venue

Date: 13 September 2017
Timing: 13:00 - 19:00

Venue:
Moscow Exchange
Vozdvizhenka St., 4/7, стр. 1
Moskva, Russia
125009

Event Overview

ICMA and NFA, the leading securities market trade association in Russia, presented and discussed key initiatives and developments in the Russian and international capital market. Representatives from the Bank of Russia and other capital market experts from both Europe and Russia addressed important themes including the role of capital markets in funding economic growth, developments in the repo and collateral market and the efforts being taken to build on the current investor protection framework. The conference also provided an overview of the EU’s Capital Markets Union.

The event was held at the Moscow Exchange.

If you have any queries please contact Simona Negretto




The 2015 Japanese Securities Summit, will be held in London on 11 February, and will focus on the potential of Japanese securities and government bond markets for international investors.

The event is being organised by Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA) with the assistance of the International Capital Market Association (ICMA). It will feature presentations and panel discussions with the members of a high level delegation from Japan on the latest developments in Japanese securities markets, including the evolution of market infrastructure.

Further information will be available soon.  For any queries, please contact Gemma Fisher


Wednesday, 13 September 2017

13.00
Registration

13.20
Introductory Remarks
Andrey Krylov, Chairman, ICMA Russia Region

13.30
Welcome Remarks
Martin Scheck, Chief Executive, ICMA 

13.40
Panel 1: Role of capital markets in funding economic growth
Capital markets are an efficient means of bringing together issuers and investors to provide funding for business and economic growth. They have become more important in the last few years as bank lending has become increasingly constrained and are likely to grow in future. The EU under its CMU plan is implementing specific measures to increase sources of funding for the real economy by creating a single unified capital market.
Are there potential applications for the Russian market from the CMU project? What is the status of private placements, infrastructure finance, and securitisation today in Russia?


Moderator: Martin Scheck, Chief Executive, ICMA

Panellists:
Rober Koller, Director, European Private Placement Facility
Vladimir Kozinets, President, Russian Association of Corporate Treasuries
Igor Marich, Managing Director of Money and Derivatives Markets, Member of the Executive Board, MOEX
Dmitry Matveev, Vice President, VEB
Alexey Orlov, Deputy Director, Financial Market Development Department, Bank of Russia
Semen Odintsov, Head of Syndicate, Bank GPB (JSC)
Ioulia Tchernogorova, Sales and Relationship Manager, Euroclear
 
14.40
An Overview of the EU’s Capital Markets Union
The EU Capital Markets Union plan is designed to create a single market for capital in the European
Union by removing the remaining national barriers to its free movement.


Matthew Grigg, Partner, Finance and Capital Markets, Clifford Chance LLP

15.00
Developments in the international repo and collateral market
Increased use of collateral has been mandated by post crisis regulatory reform, efficient movement of this collateral around the financial system requires a well-functioning repo market.This session will provide an update on developments in the international repo markets and the EU regulations affecting the securities financing sector.

Godfried De Vidts, Chairman, ICMA European Repo and Collateral Council
Pierre Khemdoudi, Managing Director - Securities Finance & Delta One Solutions, IHS Markit

15.30
Coffee break

16.00
Keynote Address
Sergey Shvetsov, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Russia

16.20
Panel 2: Building a credible investor protection framework - key developments and further steps
What are the current best practices and core issues relating to investor protection in Russia and in Europe? What measures should be taken by market participants to improve the investor protection regime in Russia?

Moderator: Elena Nenakhova, Deputy Director, Service for Consumer Protection and Financial Inclusion, CBR

Panellists:
David Clark, Chairman of the Executive Committee, Institute for Global Financial Integrity
Vladislav Kochetkov, President - Chairman, Finam
Oleg Kornilov, Executive Director, DCM, AO “Raiffeisenbank”
Anna Kuznetsova, Managing Director of Securities Market, Member of the Executive Board, MOEX
Michael Malinovskiy, Partner, General Director, LECAP
Maria Nikulina, Key account manager, RM Russia, CIS&CEE, Clearstream
Konstantin Shulga, Director, Global Markets, Sberbank CIB

17.20
Closing Remarks
Vasily Zablotsky, Chief Executive, NFA

17.30
Networking Reception

19.00
Event Close

*Please note, this agenda is subject to change

Keynote: The revised ICMA Primary Market Handbook

David Hopkins, Managing Director, Head of DCM Legal, RBS



Keynote: The revised ICMA Primary Market Handbook

David Hopkins, Managing Director, Head of DCM Legal, RBS

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