Continental A, Lobby Level
Clearinghouses face perhaps the greatest challenge of all the entities preparing for the new regulatory requirements. They must consider what can be cleared, standards for clearing members, and other policies and procedures that may need to change in order to handle the OTC contracts they decide to clear. In addition, clearinghouses could be considered to be "systemically important," which will mean additional oversight by the Fed. Panelists will discuss these topics as well as co-mingling futures and OTC in default funds, individual segregation of customer funds, standards for new classes of clearing members, cross-margining, and connecting to SEFs. In the face of all of this change, what improvements are contemplated for futures clearing platforms?
Craig Abruzzo, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
Thomas Book, Member of the Executive Board, Eurex
Michael Cahill, President & Chief Operating Officer, Options Clearing Corporation
Thomas Hammond, President & Chief Operating Officer, ICE Clear U.S.
Roger Liddell, Group Chief Executive Officer, LCH.Clearnet
Kim Taylor, President, CME Clearing, CME Group