Past sibos: Toronto 2017

Geopolitics and standards, what does the future hold?

16 October 2017
10:00 to 10:50
Public workshop Standards Forum - Sessions
Financial Services Editor
Reuters
Moderator
Senior Derivatives Advisor
Ontario Securities Commission
Chief Strategist, Head of SEB Research & Strategy
SEB
Founder & Principal 
Bandman Advisors 
Director Market Practice and Standards, Chair ISO/TC 68 Financial services and Head of Standards GLEIF
Citi

In the wake of the financial crisis there was clear consensus that something should be done at a global (G20) level to prevent similar events in the future. But the past 12 months, in the US particularly, has seen focus shift away from global cooperation towards a more nation-first agenda. The threat of another crisis has not receded, however, and consistent, globally applied reporting standards remain an important aspiration if overseers are to achieve effective surveillance of the market. More broadly, lack of harmonized standards for financial services is recognized as contributing to trade imbalances between economies with strong financial services sectors and others, further threatening stability. The case for more, rather than less, global cooperation on financial industry standards has never been stronger. Join this expert session to learn about the importance of public- and private-sector international standardization, the progress made to date in the regulatory space, and the outlook for the future.

Open theatre session
16 October 2017
10:00 to 10:30
Open theatre session Open Theatre 2
Main conference session
16 October 2017
10:15 to 10:45
Main conference session SWIFTLab