The World Federation of Exchanges (“The WFE”), the global industry group for CCPs and exchanges, will hold the 37th edition of its Clearing & Derivatives Conference virtually this week. The conference runs April 19- 23.
The conference brings together academics, policy-makers, regulators, CCPs, derivatives markets and practitioners from around the world to exchange ideas on the opportunities and challenges for the future of central and bilateral clearing in the light of regulatory reforms, market structure changes and technological developments.
The programme comprises speeches, conversations, panels and presentations from a distinguished range of industry leaders and researchers in a number of key areas including CCP default management processes; recovery and resolution; the role of financial market infrastructure in managing climate-related financial risks; market resilience; changes in market structure and procyclicality.
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