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FIX India Conference 2016 – 1st Sept, Mumbai, Complimentary Pass for AIWMI/IAAIF and CCRA Global Community Members

AIWMI/IAAIF are pleased to partner with FIX Trading Community for their upcoming India FIX conference scheduled on 1st Sept 2016 at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai.
AIWMI/IAAIF  and CCRA Global Community Members can avail a complimentary pass by registering on the event info provided below.
 
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India
Thursday, 01 Sept 2016 – ITC Grand Central
Registration Open

Entering its 8th year, the FIX Trading Community™ India FIX Conference is the leading electronic trading event in India where industry peers come together to discuss the most pressing issues in the trading world. The conference also act as a catalyst for industry action and dialogue to help solving industry challenges as well as highlights the latest trends such as Blockchain, Microsecond trading etc. This electronic trading conference is designed for both traders and technologists trading equities and derivatives in India and offshore markets. This industry conference will continue to be free of charge to FIX Trading Community members (with limitations on the number of registrations per member firm) and buy-side participants.

Topics to be discussed:

  • In-Production: Blockchain Use Cases
  • Controls and Technology: The New Trading Realities in the HFT
  • The Devil in the Detail: Analyzing India’s Market Microstructure Evolution
  • Technology Discussion – From Millisecond to Microsecond
  • Buy-side Trading and Liquidity Landscapes
Date: Thursday, 01 September 2016
Venue: Ballroom, ITC Grand Central
Format: 1 Day Event with Networking Luncheon and Exhibition
More information and registration: www.fix-events.com/India
Sponsorship & Speaking Opportunities: sammy.ho@fix-events.com
Enquiries: barbara.law@fix-events.com
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Seminar : India Credit Spotlight – 3 Aug 2016, 1030am, Mumbai

India Credit Spotlight –

India And China: Fighting The Growth War On Different Battlegrounds

Grand Hyatt, Mumbai
August 3, 2016, 10.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

Register now

Please join us for a seminar on Wednesday, 3 August on the major credit trends and outlook for India.

Key discussion points:

  • Fiscal policies in India and China: A comparative view
  • What is the status of Indian infrastructure and how does it influence manufacturing competitiveness?
  • Insights on investment cycles in India
  • How do top Indian corporates compare with top Chinese corporates?
  • How Indian and Chinese Banks are navigating through tough operating environment
  • Sovereign drivers for India

Speakers from S&P Global Ratings:

  • Geeta Chugh, Senior Director and Sector Specialist, Financial Services Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Christopher Lee, Managing Director & Chief Ratings Officer, Greater China, Corporate Ratings, S&P Global Ratings
  • Mehul Sukkawala, Senior Director and Analytical Manager, Corporate Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign and International Public Finance Ratings, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings

Speakers from CRISIL:

  • Pawan Agrawal, Chief Analytical Officer, CRISIL Ratings
  • Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL Limited
  • Prasad Koparkar, Senior Director, CRISIL Research

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India Credit Spotlight Event – India And China: Fighting The Growth War On Different Battlegrounds, August 3, 2016, Mumbai,

India Credit Spotlight –

India And China: Fighting The Growth War On Different Battlegrounds

Grand Hyatt Mumbai, August 3, 2016

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Date:

Mumbai
August 3, 2016
10.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

Venue:
Grand Hyatt Mumbai
Off Western Express Highway
Santacruz East
Mumbai, India 400055

Registration is from 10:00 a.m.

 

Seats are limited. Register now to reserve your seat.

Key discussion points:

  • Fiscal policies in India and China: A comparative view
  • What is the status of Indian infrastructure and how does it influence manufacturing competitiveness?
  • Insights on investment cycles in India
  • How do top Indian corporates compare with top Chinese corporates?
  • How Indian and Chinese Banks are navigating through tough operating environment
  • Sovereign drivers for India

 

Speakers from S&P Global Ratings:

  • Geeta Chugh, Senior Director and Sector Specialist, Financial Services Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Christopher Lee, Managing Director and Chief Ratings Officer, Corporate Ratings, Greater China, S&P Global Ratings
  • Mehul Sukkawala, Senior Director and Analytical Manager, Corporate Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign and International Public Finance Ratings, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings

 

Speakers from CRISIL:

  • Pawan Agrawal, Chief Analytical Officer, CRISIL Ratings
  • Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL Limited
  • Prasad Koparkar, Senior Director, CRISIL Research

 

 

Credit Summit 2016 – 26th July 230PM, Sofitel Hotel, Mumbai – Complimentary Invite

Credit Summit India 2016

 

Tuesday, July 26th, 2.30PM Hotel Sofitel, Mumbai

Register Now – Avail a Complimentary Pass

Emerging markets are changing amid rapid urbanization and expanding domestic credit markets. This is creating a need to broaden and deepen bond markets to help finance corporate expansion and new infrastructure necessary to sustain the region’s growth.

Globally, uncertainty regarding Brexit, Monetary policies for central banks and fear of Chinese currency devaluation is keeping market on toes. Locally, with RBI stepping up efforts on cleaning the banking system, Govt backing PSB consolidation, SEBI changing REIT’s and InVit regulations, increasing volatility in rupee are making headlines.

With improving financial inclusion and new banking players on board, there is lot of anxiety in the outlook for banking and credit markets for near term. The Credit Summit India 2016 will capture views on issues impacting banking and credit markets this year and importantly thoughts on the year ahead; and what that might mean for you and your business, as you navigate the debt markets and capital providers relevant to your business, sector and geographic footprint.

This conference brings professionals responsible for Fixed income issuances, institutional fixed income investors, fund managers, fin-tech lenders together with senior management of banking and financial services companies, banks and rating agencies.

AIWMI’s Credit Summit India 2016 aspires to be an annual focal point for global investors to learn about the wider industry and the strategic debate within which Credits operate, and secondly as an objective platform for the most interesting investment themes and best performing funds/banks/credit instruments in India.

AIWMI’s Credit Summit India 2016 is one of the largest Credit and Debt Market in the sub-continent with a focus on how to:

·         Understand Public sector banking consolidation?

·         The latest in Credit Ratings and nuances

·         Understand Inherent risks associated with Debt from investor perspective

·         Analyze impact of Global Macro on your portfolio and credit investments

·         The rise of Alternative investment funds, REIT’s and InVits as new age players in debt

·         How to deal with a higher banking regulatory risk

·         Latest about Structured Credit funds and strategies

·         How to implement new strategies for Credit Risk and Stress testing

·         How to implement asset allocations in Credit in your Pension/Insurance portfolio

·         How to pinpoint trends and overall outlook for Credit Markets in India as well as global credit market outlook

·         Impact of Brexit, monetary policies on your portfolio

Attendees will benefit from:

·         Network with leading rating agencies, Credit strategy firms, Hedge funds, dealers, Banking professionals, capital providers, AMC professionals & private equity and other buy side investors

·         Equip yourself with forward focused strategies to adapt, grow & compete with India’s Banking and Credit market landscape

·         Hear from over a dozen leading Lenders, investors and Banking/Credit Markets speakers who will share their knowledge and strategies

·         Navigate the newest trends and opportunities in Loan markets, credit markets, credit strategy and ratings

·         Grasp the global Credit outlook and Indian debt outlook

·         Gain insights into developments in India’s emerging and frontier markets

 

Tuesday, 26th July 2016

14.30: Registration

15.00: Welcome Address

Mr. Aditya Gadge, CEO, Association of International Wealth Management of India

15:05 Welcome Address (NISM): Credit Markets – Banking Consolidation and Rise of Fintech Lenders

Confirmed: Mr. Sandip Ghose, Director, National Institute of Securities Markets

15.10: Keynote address from the honorary Chief Guest – Regulator

15.40: Keynote address from the honorary Chief Guest – IBA

16.10: Panel Discussion: Corporate Credit Quality – Lack of skills or need for better analysis?

Confirmed

Mr. R C Lodha, Executive Director, Central Bank of India

Mr. Bhaskar Niyogi, Head – Enterprise Risk and Policy, RBL Bank

Mr. Mohan Jayaraman, MD – Experian India

Mr. D R Dogra, CEO, CARE Ratings

Inviting

Mr. Ananth Narayan, Co-Head, Wholesale Banking, Standard Chartered Bank

17.05: Surviving New age Lending and Credit Markets Outlook

Confirmed

Mr. Sashank Rishyasringa, MD, Zen Lefin

Mr. Gurpreet Chhatwal, Business Head – Large Corporates, CRISIL Ratings

Mr. M P Baliga, Senior Program Director, CAFRAL

Inviting:

Ms. Zarin Daruwala, CEO – Standard Chartered

Mr. V Srinivasan, Deputy Managing Director, Axis Bank

18.00 Vote of Thanks from the chairperson and close of the conference followed by Networking over High tea

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Moody’s Teleconference Invitation (APAC – English): Proposed Bank Rating Methodology – 11 September 2014, 12pm IST

Moody’s Investors Service will be hosting a series of teleconferences in light of our Proposed Bank Rating Methodology – Request for Comment.

Discussion Items

  • Key changes and highlights
  • Macro profiles
  • BCA financial profile and qualitative adjustments
  • Support and structural analysis
  • Impact analysis

Speakers

Brian Cahill, Managing Director, Corporate Finance & Financial Institutions Group

Nick Hill, Managing Director, Financial Institutions Analytics

Stephen Long, Managing Director, APAC – Financial Institutions Group

The entire session — with prepared remarks and the Q&A — will last about one hour.

If you wish to participate, please RSVP early. Dial-in numbers will be provided.

REGISTER HERE

Registration Is Required

Replay information will be provided after the teleconference.

Submit Questions in Advance

Below is a list of dates covering all other regions

EMEA: Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST 

 Americas: Wednesday, 10 September 2014 15:00 EDT / 20:00 BST / 21:00 CEST

 Japan – Japanese: Friday, 12 September 2014 10:00 HKT / 11:00 JST / 12:00 AEST

 APAC – Putonghua: Wednesday, 17 September 2014 14:30 HKT / 15:30 JST / 16:30 AEST

 A complete list of Moody’s methodologies may be found here.

GARP Webinar : Counterparties, Collateral and Compression: Pursuing Optimization Across the Trade Lifecycle, June 10th, 830pm IST

Counterparties, Collateral and Compression: Pursuing Optimization Across the Trade Lifecycle

Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Time: 11:00 am EDT | 4:00 pm BST | 11:00 pm HKT
Duration: 60 minutes

Abstract:
Getting the trade lifecycle right – from pre-trade risk to best execution to post-trade settlement and analytics – is a never-ending battle in the face of changing market conditions, profit pressures and customer demands. Even the introduction of technology innovations or solutions in one part of the cycle can require major adjustments elsewhere. What’s more, these operations are being complicated as never before by the wave of post-crisis regulations that have imposed new compliance and reporting requirements and altered the market structure for over-the-counter instruments.

Thus the constant pursuit of end-to-end efficiencies – optimization of everything – becomes all the more urgent. Join us on June 10th for a discussion of the impact of Basel III, Dodd-Frank, EMIR and other rules; necessary responses in such areas as capital allocations, counterparty credit evaluations, portfolio compression and collateral management; and practical, incremental steps to help traders and risk managers navigate the uncertainties and keep optimization efforts on track.

Register here
Moderator:
Eric Kavanagh, The Bloor Group

Presenters:
Dan Greer, IBM Risk Analytics, Collateral

David Wechter, IBM Risk Analytics, Collateral

James Zante, IBM Risk Analytics, Integrated Market and Credit Risk

S&P Media, Entertainment, and Cable Industry Teleconference, March 5, 730am ET

Risks to watch on the road to Digital Everywhere — Weighing the credit ratings impact of Digital Everywhere on media, entertainment, and cable companies

Date:

Wednesday
March 5, 2014

Time:

7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

 

 

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services will host a breakfast briefing on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, just before the start of the 2014 Media Summit in New York City:http://www.digitalhollywood.com/MediaSummit.html.

Please join us for a discussion on the risks to watch for on the road to Digital Everywhere and the impact on media, entertainment, and cable companies. We’ll share our views on topics such as:

  • Aereo and the impact on media and cable companies
  • Cable television digital initiatives
  • Internet radio
  • Mobile advertising

Registration is complimentary, but required.

 Click here to register for the Live Teleconference. 

Sector coverage present at the briefing includes:

Online Companies
Cable Systems
Cable Networks
Broadcast Networks
Film & TV Production Studios
TV Station Groups
Radio Station Groups
Magazine & Newspaper Publishing 
Music Companies
Ad Agencies
Printers

Ratings analysts from Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services who are participating in the breakfast briefing include:

Heather Goodchild, Managing Director
Michael Altberg, Senior Director
Andy Liu, Director
Naveen Sarma, Senior Director
Jeanne Shoesmith, Director

We hope you will join us on March 5.

Sincerely,

The Media, Entertainment & Cable Ratings Team
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services 

S&P Live Webinar: 2014 Outlook For Asia-Pacific, Wednesday 11 December, 2013, 11am IST

Join us for an interactive live webinar (Register now)on the 2014 outlook for Asia-Pacific economies, financial institutions and corporates. The webinar will provide you insights into the likely shift in the trend for 2014 for key sectors as well as the main risks on the horizon.  Registration is complimentary.

Discussion Topics:

  • Asia’s Economies: Where Are the Risks in the Year of the Horse?
  • Asia’s Financial Institutions: …But Some Asset Quality Bumps For Banks…
  • Asia’s Corporates: …A Rough Ride For Some

Speakers:

  • Paul Gruenwald, Managing Director, Chief Economist, Asia-Pacific
  • Ritesh Maheshwari, Managing Director, Lead Analytical Manager, Financial Services Ratings, Asia-Pacific
  • Terry Chan, Managing Director, Head of Corporate Research, Corporate Ratings, Asia-Pacific
  • Andrew Palmer, Managing Director, Regional Criteria Officer, Asia-Pacific (Moderator)

Please feel free to forward this invitation to your clients or colleagues who may be interested to attend. Copies of selected reports, the presentation and replay will be made available to all registrants.

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services’ webinars deliver a streamed audio and slide presentation. You will need computer speakers or headphones to listen to the audio stream.

Date: Wednesday , 11 December, 2013 , India, 11:00 a.m.

Register now at http://ratings-events.standardandpoors.com/content/APSG_131211_SEG_AP2014OutlookWebinar_RegForm

Visit SPRatings.com, a free, interactive, and informative portal to access highlights from our credit research offerings. Consider this your portal to perspective: www.spratings.com.

Asia’s Economic Transformation: Where to, How and How Fast? – Live Chat – 5th Sept

Asia’s Economic Transformation: Where to, How and How Fast?

When: Thursday, 05 September 2013 – 06:00 to 07:00 GMT

Share your views and join the global discussion on:

  • What are the key trends in Asia’s rapid economic transformation?
  • Is industrialization a necessary path to prosperity for Asian countries?
  • What roles are services and agriculture playing in economic diversification?
  • Will past patterns of structural change in Asia repeat themselves?
  • What can Asia’s developing economies do to promote growth and diversification?
  • How important is quality education for economic diversification?

Access the chat on this page on 5 September. Share your views in advance and send your questions to Giovanni Verlini or through Facebook or Twitter.

Chat/Registration page : http://blogs.adb.org/chats/asias-economic-transformation-where-how-and-how-fast