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Programme

Asia 2018 Programme

*subject to change
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
schedule 9:00 am

Embassy/ Consulate Room

schedule 4:00 pm

Senator Room

Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) has made remarkable progress in recent years. Being the first exchange to launch commodity options and the first to internationalize domestic futures in Mainland China, DCE is developing even more products and services for broader customers. Join our InfoXchange to explore more.

people speakers:

Li Ning

Chief Representative, Singapore Office
Dalian Commodity Exchange

Qiao Yuanzhi

Manager, Singapore Office
Dalian Commodity Exchange

Peter Zaman

Partner
ReedSmith

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schedule 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

1919 Waterboat House Indoor Restaurant

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018
schedule 8:00 am

2nd Floor Foyer

Sponsored by:

schedule 8:30 am

John Jacob Ballroom II

schedule 8:50 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

people speakers:

 
Walt Lukken

President & Chief Executive Officer
FIA

 
David Martin

Managing Director
J.P. Morgan Securities Singapore
Chair, FIA Asia Advisory Board 

equalizer Media:

schedule 9:15 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

person moderator:

 
Walt Lukken

President & Chief Executive Officer
FIA

people speakers:

Jerome Kemp

Global Head of Citi Futures, Clearing & Collateral
Citigroup Global Markets

Nick Rustad

Managing Director, Head of Global Clearing
J.P. Morgan 

equalizer Media:

schedule 9:45 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

Exchanges are the cornerstone of the futures industry. Recent developments have seen a change from the traditional role of the execution venue to encompass everything from technology innovator to data solution provider. Join senior executives from exchanges across Asia, Europe and the U.S. as they share their views on the state of the exchange-traded derivatives industry and respond to questions concerning the latest issues confronting them.

person chair:

 
David Martin

Managing Director
J.P. Morgan Securities Singapore
Chair, FIA Asia Advisory Board 

people speakers:

Thomas Book

Chief Executive Officer
Eurex

Matthew Chamberlain

Chief Executive Officer
London Metal Exchange

William Knottenbelt

Senior Managing Director, International
CME Group

Loh Boon Chye

Chief Executive Officer
Singapore Exchange

Edward Tilly

Chairman, President, & Chief Executive Officer
Cboe Global Markets

Hiromi Yamaji

President & Chief Executive Officer
Osaka Exchange

equalizer Media:

schedule 10:45 am

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

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schedule 11:15 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

The ever changing regulatory environment is again at the forefront of issues faced by the exchange-traded and cleared derivatives industry. From Brexit and the impact of geopolitics, the risks and opportunities of fintech to addressing the increasing interconnectedness of markets, regulators are having to deal with a full basket of global dynamics. Panellists representing multiple jurisdictions, will examine and discuss how to create safe and viable markets that foster growth and sustainability.

person chair:

 
Jackie Mesa

Senior Vice President, Global Policy
FIA

people speakers:

Patrice Aguesse

Head of the Market Regulation Division
Autorité des Marchés Financiers 

Jenny Cosco

Managing Director, Co-Head, Government Affairs Asia-Pacific
Goldman Sachs

Eric Pan

Director of the Office of International Affairs
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission

Phua Wee Ling

Director, Markets Policy & Infrastructure Department
Monetary Authority of Singapore

Paul Willis

Technical Specialist - Commodities
UK Financial Conduct Authority

schedule 12:15 pm

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

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schedule 1:30 pm

John Jacob Ballroom I 

As U.S. and European markets face significant levels of uncertainty and unprecedented change from shifts in regulatory and political environments, Asia-Pacific exchange-traded derivatives markets are moving quickly to extend beyond local borders and are garnering increasing interest from market players all over the world. Senior executives will examine the outlook and future of exchanges in these high growth markets.

person chair:

 
Pat Kenny

Senior Vice President of Client Relations
CQG

people speakers:

Rinjai Chakornpipat

Managing Director
Thailand Futures Exchange

Les Male

Chief Executive Officer
Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange 

Mrugank Paranjape

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer
Multi Commodity Exchange of India 

Lamon Rutten

President Director
Indonesia Commodity and Derivatives Exchange 

Eugene Zhu

Chief Executive Officer
Asia Pacific Exchange 

schedule 2:30 pm

John Jacob Ballroom I 

A new generation of individual investors is shaping the way brokers, exchanges and technology firms tailor their offerings in the Asia-Pacific region. This panel will look at the different approaches being adopted to make futures relevant and attractive to this growing user base, including in the areas of education, technology and customer engagement practices.

person chair:

 
Laura Ryan

Market Development Director, Buyside Trading, Asia
Refinitiv

people speakers:

Greg Baker

Managing Director
Charles Schwab Singapore

Teyu Che Chern

Chief Executive Officer
Phillip Futures

Kelvin Chia

General Manager, China
CQG

John Donghoon Shin

Chief Representative, Singapore Branch
Korea Exchange 

Marcus Goi

Managing Director
Orient Futures International (Singapore) 

JB Mackenzie

Managing Director, Asia
TD Ameritrade

schedule 3:30 pm

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

Sponsored by:

schedule 4:00 pm

John Jacob Ballroom I 

Commodities markets are facing a range of factors impacting their development, from trade policies, to the opening up of China and evolving demand dynamics. This panel will discuss these issues as well as growing participation in commodity markets, product development, how customers are adapting to the new regulatory environment and the future of global benchmarks.

person chair:

 
Christiane Leuthier

Senior Director of Commodities
FIA

people speakers:

Tim Bhatnagar

Head of Compliance APAC, Middle East & Africa
Olam 

Christopher Fix

Managing Director, Head of Asia-Pacific
CME Group 

Jennifer Ilkiw

Vice President, Asia-Pacific
Intercontinental Exchange

Joe Raia

Managing Director & Head of Global Energy Markets
R.J. O’Brien

Dennis Zhang

Managing Director, Head of Commodities Development
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Limited 

Barry White

Senior Vice President
Intl FC Stone 

schedule 5:00 pm
schedule 5:00 pm

Poolside Terrace, LaBrezza Restaurant

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schedule 5:00 pm
Thursday, November 29, 2018
schedule 8:00 am

2nd Floor Foyer
 

Sponsored by:

schedule 8:30 am

John Jacob Ballroom II

schedule 9:00 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

person speaker:

 
Brian Quintenz

Commissioner
Commodity Futures Trading Commission 

equalizer Media:

schedule 9:30 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

China opened its doors wider this year when it permitted crude oil futures and iron ore futures to be traded directly by foreign investors. This has continued the stream of policy moves aimed at opening up China’s financial markets and internationalising the RMB. Our panel of experts will discuss the significance of these events, what’s needed to enhance market access, what we can expect to see in the coming years and the longer term impact on the global landscape.

person moderator:

 
Sharon Shi Ning

Managing Director
G.H Financials (Hong Kong) Ltd

people speakers:

Jun He

Executive Vice President
Shanghai International Energy Exchange

Eric Jen

Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer
Yuanta Futures Hong Kong

Li Ning

Chief Representative, Singapore Office
Dalian Commodity Exchange

Natasha Xie

Partner
JunHe LLP

Cecelia Zhong

Chief Marketing Officer, Guojin Metal Technology, and Chief Executive Officer
Guojin Resources

equalizer Media:

schedule 10:30 am

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

schedule 11:00 am

John Jacob Ballroom I 

Chinese markets have opened up and oil can now be cleared in Yuan. For the first time in over 40 years, crude will be priced in a currency other than US dollars. Is this the first step in Renminbi becoming the replacement as the dominant global settlement currency?

Two teams of industry experts will join in a spirited debate about this topical issue. This fun, lively and informative battle is always a highlight of the Asia Derivatives Conference. At the conclusion of the debate, the audience votes on which side fared better on the day.

person chair:

 
Michael Syn

Executive Vice President, Head of Derivatives
Singapore Exchange

people speakers:

Allison Lurton

Senior Vice President & General Counsel
FIA 

Stephen Obie

Partner
Jones Day

Simon Puleston Jones

Head of Europe
FIA

Kevin Rideout

Managing Director, Market Development
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing 

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equalizer Media:

schedule 12:00 pm

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

Sponsored by:

schedule 1:30 pm

John Jacob Ballroom I 

As we come to the year end, this panel will explore the key issues and trends which are shaping and transforming our industry and consider the future of our markets and what’s predicted for 2019. Are they optimistic about the year ahead, or are we in for a bumpy ride? How will the Asia markets continue to thrive amongst evolving changes and uncertainty faced elsewhere?

person chair:

 
Bill Herder

Head of Asia-Pacific
FIA

people speakers:

Sharon Ang

Managing Director, Head of Asia-Pacific
Cboe Global Markets 

Diederik Dorst

Global Head of Regulation & Market Structure
Flow Traders

K. Hari

Chief Business Officer
National Stock Exchange 

Helen Lofthouse

Executive General Manager, Derivatives & OTC Markets
ASX

Silvio Oliviero

Chief Executive Officer, Agency Trading & Processing
ION Group

Andrew Stewart

Executive Director & Global Head of Futures
Macquarie Bank

equalizer Media:

schedule 2:30 pm

John Jacob Ballroom I 

With new regulations and Brexit presenting unprecedented change, how are both the regional and international clearinghouses responding to the challenges they face?  From balancing the interests of clearing members and end customers to navigating cross border regulatory regimes, our panellists will discuss how clearinghouses are balancing competitive issues with growing concerns surrounding systemic risk. Topics include the impact of capital requirements, cross border equivalence and recognition and changes to clearing models.

person moderator:

 
Paul Landless

Partner
Clifford Chance
 

people speakers:

Kate Birchall

Head of Asia-Pacific
LCH Ltd.

Roland Chai

Group Risk Officer
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited 

Sunil Cutinho

President, CME Clearing
CME Group

Agnes Koh

Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
Singapore Exchange

Erik Mueller

Chief Executive Officer
Eurex Clearing

schedule 3:30 pm

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

schedule 4:00 pm

John Jacob Ballroom I 

In the past few years, pressures to deliver revenue growth, cost savings and operational efficiencies have hastened the emergence of innovative solutions and products. These developments, ranging from the mainstreaming of virtual currencies to the adoption of distributed ledger technology, are transforming existing trading and clearing ecosystems. This session will bring together a diverse range of speakers to discuss the main trends, opportunities and challenges that we face in the future.

person chair:

Yvonne Zhang

Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Aquifer Institute

people speakers:

Paul Abrey

Director, Derivatives Utility APAC
FIS

Ulf Carlsson

General Manager, Head of North Asia & Japan
Nasdaq

Chip Dempsey

Senior Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer
OCC

Christian Hauff

Co-Founder & Head of APAC
Quantitative Brokers

John Ho

Head of Legal, Financial Markets
Standard Chartered Bank

Keith Todd

Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
KRM22

equalizer Media:

schedule 5:00 pm
schedule 5:00 pm

Exhibit Area/ John Jacob Ballroom II 

schedule 6:00 pm
schedule 6:30 pm

Zouk
Block 3C, River Valley Road
The Cannery
Singapore 179024

Cap off FIA Asia 2018 with a closing reception sponsored by SGX. Put on your boogie shoes and enjoy a nostalgic evening of music from the 70s, 80s, and 90s while networking with your colleagues from the conference! Shuttle bus service will be provided from St. Regis Hotel to the offsite location Zouk. Buses depart at 6:00pm and 6:15pm. See you there!

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Friday, November 30, 2018
schedule 6:45 am - 3:00 pm

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