Is it time for global financial market infrastructures to do more?
As the retail and corporate space in financial markets becomes increasingly streamlined, is there a role for financial market infrastructures (FMIs) to do even more to help the same happen in the wholesale market?
Increased capital charges, along with associated regulation, are having an impact on the entire wholesale market, and as a result, the cost and complexity of doing business. Is this, combined with the growth of emerging, and some disruptive, technologies going to change the landscape for this critical part of financial markets and what does that mean for FMIs?
Join us for a panel debate, led by Alan Marquard, Chief Strategy and Development Officer at CLS, which will take into consideration a diverse range views from across the FMI and wholesale banking space.