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23 - 24 November 2020

25+ Speakers

Leading figures in the Risk Transfer Sector

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SCI's 6th Annual Capital Relief Trades Seminar is going virtual for 2020

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Introduction

Join SCI for the 6th Annual Capital Relief Trades Seminar

European policymaker support for balance sheet synthetic securitisation solidified post-coronavirus, as the utility of the instrument for boosting economic recovery became clear. So far this year, the EBA published its paper on STS for synthetics, the High Level Forum issued its Capital Markets Union recommendations - which include proposals to facilitate significant risk transfer – and the European Commission adopted a 'quick fix' that reduces capital requirements for senior tranches of STS synthetic securitisations. SCI's Capital Relief Trades Seminar will explore the impact of these developments, as well as the latest trends and activity across the sector.

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Schedule

  • 23 November
  • 24 November

Speakers

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SCI subscribers will offered a 20% discount on all single tickets.

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October (save 10%)£527£627£376£251
November£585£697£418£279
5 passes save 40%10 passes save 60%

Alan Ball

Broker
Texel
Alan Ball, Texel Finance Limited

As a broker at Texel Finance Limited, Alan focuses on working with financial institutions and corporates in arranging and structuring insurance-based solutions for a range of structured credit and regulatory capital driven transactions. Prior to joining Texel Finance, Alan was a Senior Underwriter for Liberty Specialty Markets, where he led the Structured Risk Solutions team. Alan has structured and underwritten a number of innovative and bespoke forms of insurance cover to provide credit risk mitigation, regulatory capital and other benefits to clients. The underlying exposures covered by these insurance policies have included structured loan portfolios, specialist lending exposures, securities financing exposures and alternative assets including portfolios of private equity assets, CLOs and other structured finance exposures.
Prior to joining the insurance market, Alan was a practising corporate lawyer for 9 years, training and qualifying at Slaughter and May. During his time as a lawyer, Alan advised financial institutions, private equity clients and large corporates on a broad range of matters including M&A and ECM transactions, corporate restructurings and structured finance transactions.

23 November

Molly Whitehouse

Director & Portfolio Manager
Newmarket
Ms. Whitehouse serves as a Director and is a founding member of Newmarket. In addition, she serves as Portfolio Manager for IIFC III. Her primary responsibilities are related to the origination, structuring, and management of investments. Prior to founding Newmarket, Ms. Whitehouse served as a Director at Mariner Investment Group. She has led the origination and structuring for multiple IIFC investments and is a frequent speaker at various industry conferences. Prior to launching IIFC, Ms. Whitehouse served as an Analyst at Cohen & Company and completed the White House Internship Program. In 2019, Private Debt Investor named Ms. Whitehouse one if its “Rising Stars.” Ms. Whitehouse earned her BA in Political Science with Honors from Yale University in 2011 and her Masters of Liberal Arts with a focus in Sustainable Development from the University of Pennsylvania in 2018, where the topic of her master’s thesis explored capital management practices at multi-lateral development banks.

23 November

24 November

Pascale Olivie

Director
Societe Generale
Pascale joined SG early 2019 and is today in charge of developing regulatory capital optimization & de-risking solutions for FIs. In 2019, she executed two CRT trades for approximately 7 bn€ securitized portfolio.
Prior to joining SG, she worked 12 years at CACIB, firstly within the Securitization team and then within the CPM team where she was responsible for the structuring and management of regcap and secured funding deals for own account ; she built there a solid track record of synthetic securitizations deals and bespoke risk transfer transactions: 14bn€ securitized portfolio since 2014, covering a wide range of asset classes (incl. corporate assets, trade finance & emerging assets, Project/asset finance, capital calls) under Notes format and bilateral financial guarantee ; with some recent landmark transactions: first Green Capital Notes backed by a $ 3bn of Structured Finance portfolio (2017); synthetic securitization of a 3bn€ corporate assets portfolio with EIB Group within Juncker Plan (2017); synthetic securitization of a 2bn$ trade finance & emerging assets portfolio with IFC with reallocation on Social Emerging assets (2018).
Pascale graduated from the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE, Paris)

24 November

Kaelyn Abrell

Partner, Portfolio Manager
ArrowMark Partners
Kaelyn Abrell | Partner, Portfolio Manager

Kaelyn is a Partner and Portfolio Manager for ArrowMark Partners. A core member of the ArrowMark team since the firm’s inception, Kaelyn leads ArrowMark’s fixed income efforts in securitized products and has spearheaded the regulatory capital relief strategy since 2010. Kaelyn was also the lead analyst for the firm’s participation in the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (“TALF”) program. Prior to joining ArrowMark Partners in 2008, she was an analyst at Janus Capital Group where her areas of focus included residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed securities, and interest rates (2004-2008). Previously, Kaelyn worked at Great-West Life where she was Assistant Portfolio Manager of $5.5 billion in separate account, general account and total return assets with a focus on high quality fixed income securities (1998-2004). Kaelyn graduated from Illinois State University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and earned an MBA from Indiana University.

24 November

Daniela Francovicchio

Senior Structured Finance Manager
European Investment Fund

24 November

Mascha Canio

Head of Credit & Insurance Linked Investments
PGGM
Mascha Canio has been with PGGM since January 2006 and is currently the Head of Credit & Insurance Linked Investments. She has almost three decades of wide-ranging experience in portfolio management covering credit, fixed income, private equity, infrastructure and reinsurance. Mascha is a specialist in credit risk, emerging markets and securitisations. Her previous roles include portfolio manager at Shell Pension Fund and head of Octagon Credit Investors’ London office.

23 November

Fiona Walden

Senior Vice President and Global Head of Credit
RenaissanceRe
With more than 15 years of experience in structuring, advising and working on financial transactions, Fiona Walden is SVP and Global Head of Credit. She joined RenaissanceRe in 2018 and specializes in the use of insurance for capital solutions, bank capital, mortgage insurance and strategic risks. She is based in Bermuda.

Previously, Ms. Walden was Co-head of the Strategic Capital Products team at Liberty Specialty Markets. Prior to this, she worked at Willis as Deputy Head of Structured Finance, a position she held from 2010 to 2015. Ms. Walden also has experience as a Managing Associate at the law firm Linklaters where she specialized in tax law.

She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jurisprudence from Pembroke College, Oxford University, and an LPC from BPP Law School, London. In addition, Ms. Walden holds the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment Certificate in Investments (Securities & Financial Derivatives).

23 November

Jessica Littlewood

Partner
Clifford Chance
Jessica is a partner in the structured finance and derivatives practice of global law firm, Clifford Chance LLP. She is recognised as a market leader in synthetic securitisations, risk transfer transactions and other regulatory capital-driven structures, having acted for numerous banks and financial investors on such transactions over the past two decades. Jessica has also been working with AFME and PCS in connection with the current reforms to the EU securitisation regulations as they affect synthetic securitisation, and has participated in discussions with regulators and policymakers on these proposals. She currently works in the London office of Clifford Chance and previously worked in their New York office between 2000 to 2003.

23 November

24 November

Timothy Cleary

Partner
Clifford Chance
Timothy Cleary is a partner in the Banking and Finance Group of Clifford Chance in the London office, specializing in structured finance and bank capital management. He has a particular focus on synthetic securitization and other credit risk mitigation and risk transfer transactions, and regularly acts for many of the active originator banks across Europe, North America and Asia. Timothy also has extensive experience with the various regulatory and structuring considerations relevant in such transactions.
Timothy also has broad experience in all aspects of OTC derivatives, in particular in connection with asset-backed securitization, whole business securitization, project and asset finance and real estate finance, as well as the repackaging of derivative exposures and securities financing transactions. He regularly advises industry bodies such as the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) and Prime Collateralized Securities (PCS) in relation to the evolving regulatory landscape for securitization in the EU.

23 November

David Saunders

Executive Director, Private Debt Mobilisation Notes and Structuring
Santander
David Saunders is a member of the Private Debt Mobilisation Notes and Structuring team, based in London.

He has over 13 years experience in the financial industry, working across a number of different asset classes, including derivatives, repacks and securitisation. He has worked on a number of high-profile transactions across Santander’s global footprint, including leading the successful completion of Santander’s largest ever capital relief securitisation, as well as their first ever unfunded securitisation. David is a regular contributor to industry bodies and regulatory forums, helping to advocate for banks on the future regulatory landscape for securitisation and credit risk mitigation more broadly.

He obtained a first class honours Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from the University of Warwick, and is a Chartered Accountant (ACA) associated with the ICAEW.

23 November

Steven Gandy

Managing Director and Global Head, Private Debt Mobilisation-Notes and Structuring
Santander
Steve Gandy is Managing Director, Head of Private Debt Mobilisation, Notes and Structuring, for Santander Corporate and Investment Bank in London.

He has over 27 years’ experience in the securitisation industry, having completed transactions in Europe, United States, Latin America and Asia. He serves on the Board of Directors of the European Data Warehouse, and has also served as Member Chairman of the Securitisation forum of AFME, where he participated in the development of the PCS initiative and currently serves as the chairman of the PCS Market Committee. Steve is also the current chairman of the Securitisation Working Group of the European Banking Federation.
During his 40 years of banking experience, Steve has held a number of management positions, with postings in the US, Mexico, Hong Kong and Paris prior to arriving in London in 1999.

He holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Linguistics from the University of Texas, and an MBA from Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management, where he also won the Barton Kyle Yount Award.

23 November

Pablo Sánchez

Structured Finance Manager
European Investment Fund
Pablo Sánchez is an investment manager of the European Investment Fund responsible for the securitization and structured finance activity in Iberia, among other geographies.

Prior to joining the European Investment Fund, Pablo worked for Banco Santander taking different responsibilities in the area of structured credit solutions for institutional clients. Pablo has worked on innovative financing and risk transfer operations throughout Europe.

Prior to his time at Santander, Pablo worked at Banco Español de Crédito assuming different responsibilities in the areas of structured financing for institutional clients, ACPM and issuance vehicles, always in the area of Treasury and Capital Markets.

Pablo has also been a lecturer of finance in several specialised schools in Spain (AFI, IEB, etc.).Pablo is a Telecommunications Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and has a Master's degree from King's College London.

24 November

Parya Badie

Partner
Allen & Overy
Parya specialises in derivatives and structured finance transactions, with a particular emphasis on synthetic significant risk transfer products, bespoke OTC funding trades as well as structured credit and equity derivatives.

23 November

Robert Bradbury

Managing Director, Head of Structuring & Advisory
StormHarbour
Robert Bradbury is a Managing Director focusing on European Fixed Income Structuring and Advisory. Robert has significant experience in investment banking and capital markets and joined StormHarbour in November 2015 from Societe Generale. There he covered a broad spectrum of clients in the Financial Institutions Solutions group. Prior to that he worked in the Portfolio Management Structured Executions group at Barclays Capital in London, where he structured transactions to address funding, liquidity and capital constraints for banks. Robert has also worked extensively to implement and monitor new global regulation standards such as the liquidity buffer and leverage ratio.

Robert has extensive experience in capital markets products including structured credit derivatives, cash ABS, synthetic credit products, collateralised financing, loans (IG, HY, project finance, ABLs etc), distressed loan workout scenarios and non-performing loan portfolios. His regional coverage has included the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Spain and Portugal, encompassing structures involving large corporate loans, SME loans, residential and commercial mortgages, auto loans and leases and exotic receivables. He has also executed significant transactions involving clients and assets in UAE, USA and Asia. Robert holds a Masters degree in Physics from the University of Oxford, where he attended Queen’s College, and he is also a CFA® charterholder.

24 November

Salim Nathoo

Partner
Allen & Overy
Salim manages the global securitisation group. His experience covers a wide variety of asset classes, across a number of jurisdictions, utilising a range of structures. In particular, he works closely with mortgage originators, private equity houses and investment banks in establishing RMBS and covered bond programmes utilising master trust, synthetic, stand-alone and multi-issuance structures for RMBS and structured and statutory covered bond structures. He also has extensive experience of auto finance transactions (leasing, retail and wholesale (UK and pan-European)), unsecured consumer finance (credit cards, consumer loans and insurance premiums through master trust, term and ABCP conduit structures), commercial mortgage securitisations, trade receivables, trade finance and whole business and infrastructure securitisations.

23 November

Robert Simmons

Senior Associate
Allen & Overy
Robert Simmons is a Senior Associate in the Derivatives and Structured Finance practice in Allen & Overy LLP’s London office. Robert advises bank and non-bank clients across a wide variety of product areas and asset classes, with a particular focus on capital relief transactions, credit derivatives (both cleared and uncleared), and hedging products. Robert has extensive experience in significant risk transfer deals and has recently advised on a number of market firsts, including the first SRT deal to reference a portfolio of exclusively UK ESG loans and the first broadly syndicated unfunded SRT transaction involving insurers. In the derivatives space, Robert advises the EMEA CDS Determinations Committee and was involved in the industry’s implementation of initial and variation margin documentation, working with two financial institutions through the MarginMatrix advanced delivery platform. He has also been heavily involved in advising bank clients on Eurozone sovereign financial crises.

24 November

Jo Goulbourne Ranero

Consultant
Allen & Overy
Jo advises on a wide range of financial services regulatory matters, with a particular focus on bank prudential regulation and securitisation regulation.

23 November

David Sanchez

CIB | Global Debt Finance Securitisation Head of Iberia
Santander

24 November

Alan McNamara

Head of Financial Solutions
Bank of Ireland
Alan has been with Bank of Ireland Group for almost 18 years, the earlier part of which was spent in a corporate tax role. Alan moved to his current role over seven years ago where he is responsible for the Group Treasury teams engagement with the markets across synthetic securitisation, subordinated capital issuance and related capital initiatives.

In his current role, Alan has executed a number of subordinated capital issuances, a financial reassurance transaction in respect of the Bank of Ireland Group’s life assurance subsidiary and, in December 2016, Alan led Bank of Ireland’s inaugural synthetic securitisation of SME and Corporate loans “Grattan Securities”. Alan has since led a number of securitisations of both performing and non-performing loans for Bank of Ireland Group.

Alan has a Bachelor of Business Studies (Accounting and Finance) degree from the University of Limerick, is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Irish Tax Institute.

23 November

Andrea Modolo

Managing Director
Unicredit

24 November

Frank Benhamou

Managing Director
Barclays
Frank is a Managing Director in Barclays International and heads the Funding and Capital Solutions team within Securitised Products Solutions. He is based in London and has joined Barclays in 2006. Frank oversees the origination, structuring and execution of a variety of key transactions ranging from risk transfer solutions to portfolio co-investments, balancesheet securitisations, derivative optimisations and structured secured funding for Barclays and clients alike. In particular, Frank heads the execution of the Barclays Colonnade SRT platform. Frank holds a Master Degree from Ecole Centrale which comprises a year of specialisation in Applied Mathematics for Finance and Entrepreneurship. He also holds a postgraduate degree from La Sorbonne University in Financial and Economical Mathematics.

23 November

Boudewijn Dierick

Managing Director
BNP Paribas
Boudewijn is head of ABS markets in the Securitised Products Group based out of London with a focus on origination and structuring of ABS, RMBS and related facilities for funding as well as capital relief purposes. The team was voted best RMBS arranger and best finance house at the 2019 Global capital awards and won various Covered bonds awards from Global Capital, Covered Bond report and IFR.
Boudewijn joined from UBS where he was a director in the Securitisation team focusing on Northern Europe. Before UBS he worked as Senior Analyst at Moody’s in Paris responsible for rating Covered Bonds, RMBS and ABS transactions in EMEA.
Boudewijn started his career as group trainee at ING in Amsterdam before moving to Corporate Banking in Paris. He has a masters degree in Finance from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Boudewijn structured covered bond programmes, ABS and RMBS transactions in a wide range of European countries as well as Canada, Singapore, Korea and Australia. He speaks fluent Dutch, English and French. Boudewijn is deputy chairman of the European Covered Bond Council.

24 November

Ruhi Patil

Associate
Linklaters
Ruhi Patil is an associate in the Derivatives and Structured Products department of Linklaters LLP’s London office. She specialises in synthetic securitisations, risk sharing transactions and credit derivatives. Her recent deal experience includes advising financial institutions, insurance companies and pension funds across different jurisdictions in their respective risk sharing transactions and acting for an international bank in setting up a balance sheet programme for issuance of complex credit derivatives to retail and wholesale investors.
Ruhi also has broad experience in relation to a wide range of sophisticated financial products types and transactions – she has advised banks and corporates on OTC derivatives (including loan hedging and repo transactions), ESG related commodities and securitised derivatives (including structured securities, balance sheet and repackaging programmes).

23 November

Pablo Sinausía

Policy Expert – Banking Markets
EBA
Mr Pablo Sinausía, Policy Expert, Banking Markets, European Banking Authority (EBA)

Pablo Sinausía joined the Bank of Spain after finishing his degree on Business Administration. He worked as an economist in the Cash and Issue Department and, later in the Regulation Department, as Head of Data Management and as Senior Economist. He also worked as CEO and manager of several companies dealing with mortgage financing until he re-joined Bank of Spain as Senior Economist in the Regulation Department in 2010. He was the Bank of Spain's representative at the Basel Committee (Ratings and Securitisation), the EBA (ECAIs, Equivalence, and Securitisation and Covered Bonds), the European Council (Financial Services, Securitisation), and the SSM (Securitisation, Significant Risk Transfer). He joined the EBA as Policy Expert in 2017, where he is currently working on the technical standards and guidelines that implement the Securitisation Regulation and the CRR amendment.

24 November

Chris Whitcombe

Director, Investment Management, Europe
400 Capital
Chris works in Investment Management at 400 Capital Management Europe with 15 years’ experience in structured credit banking, advisory and asset management. At 400 Capital, Chris focusses on European structured credit. He helped establish the European office of 400 Capital in January 2016, having joined from Kinson Capital – a structured credit advisory firm specialising in risk management, structuring and complex valuations. Prior to Kinson, Chris worked in Securitised & Principal Finance at Dresdner Kleinwort.

He is a CFA Charterholder, CIPM Certificant and has a MMath degree from the University of Bath

24 November

Philipp Völk

Senior Manager
PwC
Philipp Voelk is a Senior Manager in the Capital Markets Group of PwC Germany in the Frankfurt office, specializing in structured finance, bank capital release, data management and funding topics. He has a particular focus on synthetic securitization and other credit risk mitigation and risk transfer transactions, and advises German an European banks on regulatory driven topics including Reg Cap, Funding Data Management, Recovery and Resolution and Market Infrastructures. Philipp has over 18 years of experience in the field of securitization from an advisory, audit and academic perspective.

He regularly advises market participants, industry associations, regulatory bodies, governments and transnational bodies on regulatory issues and their impact.

24 November

Simon Boughey

US Editor
SCI
BB

Bruno Bancal

Head of Active Management and Transactions
BNP Paribas

24 November

Olivier Renault

EMEA Head of Financial Institutions Solutions
Citi

23 November

Mark Barton

Award Host
Ex Bloomberg News Anchor
Mark Barton has 23 years of experience as a television news anchor and broadcast journalist.

Having started an intern in 1995, Mark was was one of five journalists who founded Bloomberg Television's European operations in London. Over the next two decades he went on to play an integral role in establishing Bloomberg TV as a global financial and business news network, broadcast in almost half a billion homes in over 70 countries.

Mark anchored all of Bloomberg Television's prime-time programs, breaking and analysing the biggest global business, financial market and geopolitical events of the past two decades, including six UK general elections, six US elections, the global financial crisis and Brexit. He also conducted over 20,000 interviews with world leaders, finance ministers, central bankers and chief executives, including Bill Gates, Shimon Peres and Jean-Claude Trichet.

Not all Mark's career was spent in a television studio.

He was often unleashed on the world to cover economic, business, political and sport events, including the World Economic Forum (Marrakesh), Geneva Auto Show and FIFA Presidential election (Zurich).

As a radio broadcaster, Mark presented Daybreak Europe on Bloomberg Radio (UK and US), as well as financial and business bulletins on National Public Radio (US), LBC Radio (UK), Jazz FM (UK), and Riviera Radio (France).

He created programs, including the Battle of the Charts segment (which was replicated across Bloomberg Television globally), the weekly Business of Sport show and a 30-minute exclusive on HRH The Duke of York in his role as Special Representative for International Trade and Investment.

And, it was at Bloomberg that Mark got his first taste of media coaching. He trained dozens of television and print journalists how to communicate effectively on air. He also gave weekly training sessions to television colleagues on business and financial markets.

Mark Barton left Bloomberg Television in August 2018 to embark on a new career as a moderator, media trainer, content creator & presenter and communications & public relations specialist.

24 November

Charis Edwards

Junior Portfolio Manager
Cairn Capital
Charis joined Cairn Capital in 2020 and is a junior portfolio manager focusing on risk transfer transactions with financial institutions and corporate structured credit strategies. Charis has over 13 years of experience in financial markets, with a focus on structuring and distribution of structured credit transactions, credit derivatives and bank capital solutions. Charis joined Cairn Capital from Bank of Montreal, where she led the London-based Risk and Capital solutions team responsible for the structuring and distribution of risk transfer transactions. Prior to this, Charis worked in a variety of structuring roles at Royal Bank of Scotland, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan specialising in bank capital and balance sheet solutions, credit derivatives and securitisations.

24 November

Corinne Smith

Editor
SCI

24 November

JO

John Owen Waller

Managing Director
SCI

23 November

Jeroen Batema

CEO
OSIS
Jeroen Batema, Chief Executive Officer Open Source Investor Services (OSIS).
Jeroen is a co-founder of OSIS. He started his banking career in commercial lending at ING Bank, in 2000 he became head of Credit Portfolio Management at NIBC and in 2007 he continued as head of Securitization at Credit Portfolio Management at BNP Paribas Fortis. In the last role he was responsible for several post crisis and Basel 2 compliant securitization transactions. Further he is the founding chairman of Global Credit Data, a global association of banks with the largest loan loss database in the world. He holds a MS in law from the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.

24 November

Allen & Overy

Santander

Societe Generale

Texel

Newmarket

ARROWMARK PARTNERS

European Investment Fund

RenaissanceRe

Clifford Chance

Linklaters

Welcome Note & Opening Remarks

01:00 PM 01:05 PM

John Owen Waller - SCI (Managing Director)

Speakers

MARKET OVERVIEW

01:05 PM 01:50 PM

An overview of the current status of the capital relief trades market. How has the fallout from Covid-19 affected performance, activity and issuance levels so far in 2020?

Panel includes:
Molly Whitehouse - Newmarket (Moderator)
Fiona Walden - RenaissanceRe
Jessica Littlewood - Clifford Chance
Frank Benhamou - Barclays
Olivier Renault - Citi

Speakers

Break

01:50 PM 02:20 PM

REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS

02:20 PM 03:05 PM

Panel kindly sponsored by  
A focus on the EBA’s discussion paper regarding STS criteria for synthetic securitisations
  • What insights does the EBA’s report provide and how are they likely to be incorporated in transactions?
  • Does excess spread hinder the achievement of SRT in synthetic securitisations?

Panel includes:
Steven Gandy - Santander (Moderator)
Timothy Cleary - Clifford Chance
Jo Goulbourne Ranero - Allen & Overy
Ruhi Patil - Linklaters

Speakers

Break

03:05 PM 03:35 PM

Keynote Fireside Chat

03:35 PM 04:05 PM

Kindly sponsored by    

Salim Nathoo - Allen & Overy (Moderator)
Mascha Canio - PGGM




Speakers

THE ROLE OF INSURERS

04:05 PM 04:50 PM

Panel kindly sponsored by      

An examination of the role of insurers in the CRT market
  • Are insurers good counterparties for standardised bank risk-sharing deals?
  • Which innovations and solutions do insurers bring to the CRT market?

Panel includes:
Parya Badie - Allen & Overy (Moderator)
Alan Ball - Texel
David Saunders - Santander
Alan McNamara - Bank of Ireland

Speakers

Workshop

12:25 PM 01:00 PM

Why are the ESMA reporting rules relevant for SRT transactions and what to do about it?

Jeroen Batema - OSIS (Workshop Host)

Speakers

FULL-STACK ISSUANCE

01:00 PM 01:45 PM

Panel kindly sponsored by  

A look at the full-stack issuance trend
  • What are the drivers behind the growing volume of full-stack SRTs?
  • What are the pros and cons of cash versus synthetic securitisation for SRTs? 

Panel includes:
Simon Boughey - SCI US Editor (Moderator)
David Sanchez - Santander
Andrea Modolo - Unicredit
Boudewijn Dierick - BNP Paribas
Chris Whitcombe - 400 Capital

Speakers

Break

01:45 PM 02:30 PM

ISSUER AND INVESTOR PERSPECTIVES

02:30 PM 03:15 PM

Panel kindly sponsored by  

An exploration of issuer and investor perspectives on the CRT market
  • Are new issuers and investors entering the market?
  • Which barriers to entry remain and what are the potential solutions?
  • What are the latest jurisdictions and asset classes to emerge?

Panel includes:
Charis Edwards - Cairn Capital (Moderator)
Molly Whitehouse - Newmarket 
Kaelyn Abrell - ArrowMark Partners
Daniela Francovicchio - European Investment Fund
Pascale Olivie - Societe Generale

Speakers

Keynote Fireside Chat 2

03:15 PM 03:45 PM

Jessica Littlewood - Clifford Chance & Pablo Sinausía - EBA

Speakers

Break

03:45 PM 04:15 PM

STRUCTURING CONSIDERATIONS

04:15 PM 05:00 PM

A look at the latest structuring and documentation developments in the sector. How are banks and investors addressing issues caused by payment holidays?

Panel includes:
Rob Simmons - Allen & Overy (Moderator)
Pablo Sánchez - European Investment Fund
Robert Bradbury - StormHarbour
Philipp Völk - PwC
Bruno Bancal - BNP Paribas

Speakers

CRT Awards

05:00 PM 05:45 PM

Mark Barton - Ex Bloomberg News Anchor (Award Host)
Corinne Smith - SCI Editor

Speakers