For US: June 7, 2016 | 2PM ET | 1 hour | Online | by Chatham Financial | Recording Available
For EU: June 9, 2016 | 2PM BST | 1 hour | Online | by Chatham Financial | Recording Available
The upcoming margin rules for over the counter (OTC) derivatives, which are arguably the most significant of the derivative risk mitigation rules to be implemented since the financial crisis, require certain entities to exchange collateral in respect of their uncleared OTC derivatives. Under these new rules, private equity, real estate, pension, infrastructure and microfinance funds may face substantial new requirements.
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In this webinar, Chatham will cover the following learning objectives:
– Understand how the margin rules for OTC derivatives impact funds’ interest rate, foreign currency and commodity risk management
– Explore the common misperceptions of the impact of margin requirements
– Consider different scenarios of how the margin rules may impact fund risk management decision making
is Chatham’s Managing Director of Global Regulatory Solutions. She is responsible for Chatham’s suite of solutions for derivatives regulatory compliance and advisory, including consulting on the impact of global derivatives regulation, seamless integration of compliance processes with OTC or cleared hedging execution, and standalone technological services for clients, including reporting, valuations, portfolio reconciliation, and OTC collateral management. Christina routinely advises private equity sponsors, real estate and infrastructure funds, financial institutions, REITs, and public and private companies on the impact of global derivative regulations. She also consults with key law firms, policy-makers, and industry groups to advise on the development of regulations, their implementation, and their impact on Chatham’s clients. Prior to Chatham, Christina practiced law as a commercial litigation attorney at Duane Morris LLP. Previously, she worked in social science research at the Center for Research on Child Wellbeing at Princeton University. Christina graduated cum laude from Wellesley College and holds a law degree, magna cum laude, from Temple University School of Law where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Temple Law Review.
is a member of the Global Regulatory Solutions practice where he serves as Director of Regulatory Advisory. He is responsible for monitoring global derivatives regulation and advising on the impact of this regulation to the hedging programs of Chatham clients. Chris has advised private equity sponsors, real estate and infrastructure funds, financial institutions, REITs, and public and private companies on the impact of global derivative regulations. He also regularly participates on industry working groups tasked with commenting on proposed derivatives regulation globally and drafting industry documentation implementing changes to global derivatives regulation. Prior to joining Chatham, Chris was an attorney at Duane Morris LLP where he was a member of the Real Estate Practice Group. Chris also interned for the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General after his first year of law school. Prior to attending law school, Chris worked as a Research Associate at the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute. Chris earned a B.S. from Cornell University, a Master of Public Policy from the Georgetown University Public Policy Institute and received his law degree from The University of Pennsylvania Law School.