How New Global Regulations May Re-Shape the Securities Lending Industry

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Brendan Maton

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Pending and proposed regulatory reforms are likely to significantly impact future developments within the securities finance industry. To better understand the changing environment and how you can best prepare, please join State Street on 8 May for an informative dialogue where we’ll answer questions such as: • What are the relevant provisions for lending agents and borrower counterparties? • How might regulatory reform change the industry landscape? • What impact, if any, do these changes mean for asset owners and asset managers that wish to lend their securities in the future? What are the possible new opportunities and benefits to the lending industry? • As new structures emerge, what should beneficial owners consider? • Besides reducing market and systemic risk, what other gains are regulators expecting to achieve from new regulations? Presentation by: Glenn Horner, CFA, FRM Managing Director, Regulatory Affairs State Street Securities Finance Maurice Leo Senior Managing Director, Head of Relationship Management, EMEA State Street Securities Finance Jim McDonald Senior Managing Director, Head of Global Trading State Street Securities Finance Kevin McNulty Chief Executive Officer International Securities Lending Association (ISLA) Dennis Presburg Vice President, Asset Owner Solutions, EMEA State Street Global Services Brendan Maton Presenter

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