Our Fall 2014 edition of FTF News Magazine explores the world of post-trade operations in an Age of Compliance that now encompasses social media, cyber-security and voice-based derivatives trading.
With increased margin requirements and liquidity ratios, collateral management continues to become more and more important to buy-side managers. But is it up to the back office or front to manage it?
Join FTF for our annual performance measurement conference, discussing everything from GIPS and global client reporting standards, methods in fixed income attribution, measuring the performance of composites, and more.
Join DerivOps North America for a two-day, in-depth conference on all things derivatives operations. Combining our annual Chicago and New York event as well as our premier collateral management conference, DerivOps North America puts all the information you need to know in one place.
This two-day conference will cover all things securities operations with separate streams covering reconciliations, corporate actions, and buy-side operations, including discussions on industry standards, STP, automation and more.
Join FTF for our annual Social Media and Compliance in the Financial Services conference. From social media strategies to compliance issues, this is the premier event for new ideas, stronger systems, and increased connections for banks, asset managers, and insurance firms.
Understanding the fixed income securities market does not come easily. It is a very large and complex market where securities worth several billions of dollars are traded and settled every day. This seminar presents an overview of the various fixed income security products and a model of market participants and their roles.
Whether you are involved in portfolio management, trading, custody or accounting, knowledge of these instruments and how they work is essential in today’s investment environment.
This two-day seminar is tailored to individuals looking to better understand the securities industry and how it works.
Bridging the divide between the official story and what is really happening.