Event Overview
Date: 19 October 2021

Event overview

ICMA members were invited to join us for our quarterly briefing, in webinar format, to discuss aspects of ICMA’s work programme which featured in our latest Quarterly Report, for the Fourth Quarter of 2021, dated October 12.

The webinar was introduced by ICMA’s Chief Executive Bryan Pascoe and the briefing was provided by ICMA’s market practice and regulatory policy team on the following topics: 
  • The transition from LIBOR: “tough legacy” bonds: Paul Richards
  • The role of Independent Advisers in LIBOR-referencing bonds: Katie Kelly
  • The EU Sustainability Disclosure Regime: Simone Utermarck
  • Brief analysis of the proposed EU GBS Regulation: Ozgur Altun
  • Repo and sustainability: Zhan Chen
  • CSDR mandatory buy-ins: Andy Hill
  • Digital representation of transactions: CDM for repo and bonds: Gabriel Callsen
  • The UK prospectus and listings regimes: Charlotte Bellamy
  • A retail investment strategy for Europe: Ruari Ewing
  • Hong Kong proposed code of conduct on DCM primary markets: Mushtaq Kapasi
  • China’s domestic bond market: Ricco Zhang
  • Lessons from COVID-19: fund liquidity: Irene Rey
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