The schedule has been set and a number of key executives from The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation are slated to speak at the annual Bank Depository User Group (BDUG) conference at the Sandpearl Resort in Clearwater Beach, FL, from September 20-23.
BDUG was organized almost 33 years ago with the objective to increase information sharing between DTCC bank clients and DTCC. The annual BDUG meeting is an opportunity for member firms to stay up-to-date with system changes, as well as ensuring firms have a pulse on the key industry topics – such as T+2 and regulatory reform – that impact their organizations.
The agenda for DTCC speakers:
Monday, September 21
9:30-10:15 a.m.: Larry Thompson, DTCC Vice Chairman and General Counsel, will speak at a session on Global Regulatory Reform.
11-noon: Donna Milrod, DTCC Managing Director and Head of DTCC Solutions, will deliver the BDUG keynote address during which she will discuss the impact of the current economic and regulatory environment on clients and current DTCC initiatives designed to help the industry navigate through this challenging period.
2:30-4 p.m.: James Kiernan, DTCC Vice President, Relationship Management, will be on an industry panel discussing US Regulatory Reform; specifically, Money Market Fund Reform.
Tuesday, September 22
9-9:45 a.m.: Mark Jennis, DTCC Managing Director, Product Management, will provide an update on the Collateral Management and the DTCC Margin Transit Utility.
1:15-2:30 p.m.: John Abel, DTCC Vice President, Product Management, and Greg Johnston, DTCC Vice President, Product Management, will present on T+2, as well as provide a question and answer session.
3-4 p.m.: Christopher Scotto, DTCC Director, Product Management, will provide an update on the multi-phased DTCC Corporate Actions Transformation project.
Wednesday, September 23
8-9 a.m.: Breakfast with DTCC Management
9-10:30 a.m.: Robert Cavallo, DTCC Director, Product Management, and Kimberly Oquindo, DTCC Analyst, Product Management, will present about Money Market Instrument optimization.