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NEMA Asia 2011

NEMA Asia 201115 - 16 November 2011 Swissotel The Stamford, Singaporehttp://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

The World's Most Prestigious Sub-Custodial Event Returns To Asia!

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NeMa Asia (Network Management Asia) - the sister event to NeMa, has now become the most important gathering of network managers, sub-custodians and brokers in the industry. This year we come to Singapore and once again a great 2 days of networking and the legendary NeMa evening receptions promise to leave you with a string of great new business contacts and new friendships formed. Some key areas to be investigated:

  • The Future Of Sub-Custody Business In Asia: What Is The Next Wave Likely To Bring?
  • Contingency Planning And Market Risk – Do We Need To Set New Rules Following Recent Global Events?
  • What Are The Distinctive Needs Of The Buy Side From Custodial Providers In Asia?
  • CCP And Clearing House Risk Management - How Is The Landscape Evolving?
  • Third Party Clearing With Agents: Making It A Viable Solution
  • Future Challenges For Asian Stock Exchanges – Mergers, Co-Operation Or Continued Competition?

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