AMCC Mid-Year Meeting and IOSCO-AMCC Training Seminar - Mumbai|September 25-28, 2017

Meeting Venue

BSE International Convention Hall
Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers,
Dalal Street,
Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400001

AMCC Members Meeting

(open to AMCC Members only)
Access the AMCC 2017 Mid-Year Meeting agenda for details on sessions and speakers.
Monday, September 25, 2017
Registration: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Meeting: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Lunch will be provided)
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Registration: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Meeting: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Lunch will be provided)




AMCC Training Seminar

(open to all IOSCO members)
Click here to Download the IOSCO-AMCC 2017 Regulatory Staff Training Seminar agenda for details on sessions and speakers
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Registration: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Lunch will be provided)
Meeting: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Registration: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Meeting: 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Lunch will be provided)
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Registration: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Meeting: 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Lunch will be provided)
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Agenda for 10th IOSCO AMCC Training Seminar - 2017, at BSE, Mumbai


Day Duration (mins) Date and Particulars
Day 1Tuesday 26-9-2017 - Finish at 17:15
12:30 90 Registration for IOSCO AMCC training and lunch
14:00 10 Welcome with lamp lighting, National Anthem and bell ringing
14:10 10 Welcome Address
• Mr. Dhirendra Swarup, Chairman, BSE, India
14:20 10 Welcome remarks from AMCC Chair and Vice Chair
• Mr. José Carlos Doherty, Chair of AMCC and CEO of ANBIMA (Brazilian Financial and Capital Market Association), Brazil
• Ms. Karen Wuertz, Vice Chair of AMCC and SVP, Strategy and Communications, NFA (National Futures Association), USA
14:30 20 Inaugural Address
• Mr. Ajay Tyagi, Chairman, SEBI, India
14:50 20 Special Address – Current IOSCO Priorities
• Mr. Tajinder Singh, Deputy Secretary General, IOSCO
15:10 5 Vote of Thanks
• Mr. Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD & CEO, BSE, India
15:15 15 Tea/Coffee break
15:30 15 Special Address
• Ms. Zia Mody, Managing Partner, AZB & Partners, India
15:45 90 Panel - Cybersecurity Cyber security threats today have become increasingly sophisticated. In the wake of increased incidents and evolving regulations, corporations and government agencies are struggling to safeguard their data and networks. Speakers in this session will approach global cyber security practices and regulatory standards. Related IOSCO Principles: G – Principles for CIS: 24 (organization) and 25 (protection of client assets); H – Principles for market intermediaries: 31 (business conduct and risk management); I – Principles for secondary markets: 38 (regulation and supervision of SSS and CCP).
• Mr. Brijesh Singh, Inspector General of Police, Cybersecurity, Maharashtra, India
• Mr. Thomas Deinet, Executive Director, Standards Boards for Alternative Investments, UK
• Mr. Peter Salmon, Senior Director, Operations & Technology, ICI, USA
Day 2Wednesday 27-9-2017 - Finish at 17:05
8:30 30 Registration for training
9:00 90 Panel - Corporate governance & disclosure of information Participants in this session will identify relevant conflicts relating to corporate governance, in their jurisdictions, and discuss how listing regulations and rules can create a framework for more descriptive disclosures by companies, conveying the necessary information for stakeholders. Related IOSCO Principles: E – Principles for Issuers: 16 (full, timely and accurate disclosure) and 17 (fair and equitable treatment of securities’ holders).
• Mr. Aurelio Gurrea-Martinez, Fellow, Program on Corporate Governance; Teaching Fellow, Program on International Financial Systems, Harvard Law School, USA
• Ms. Vladislava Ryabota, Regional Corporate Governance Lead, South Asia, IFC, India
• Ms. Josina Kamerling, Head, Regulatory Outreach, CFA Institute, USA
• Mr. Ananta Barua, Executive Director, SEBI, India
10:30 30 Tea/Coffee break
11:00 20 Keynote Address - Mr. G. Mahalingam, Whole-Time Member, SEBI, India
11:20 90 Panel - Surveillance As the financial markets are adopting newer technologies, there is a greater need felt today for embracing state of the art technologies and tools for more effective market surveillance. This panel will approach practices currently adopted in different jurisdictions. Related IOSCO Principles: I – Principles for secondary markets: 34 (oversight of exchanges and trading systems) and 36 (detection and deterrence of manipulation and unfair practices).""
• Mr. Marcelo Deschamps d’Alvarenga, Associate Director of Strategy and Analysis, BM&FBOVESPA Market Supervision, Brazil
• Professor Dr. Sriprakash Kothari, Gordon Y Billard Professor of Accounting and Finance and Director, MIT India Program, MIT Sloan School of Management, USA
• Ms. Corinne Andrea Riguzzi, Head of Exchange Regulation, SIX Swiss Exchange, Switzerland
12:50 60 Lunch
13:50 15 Special Address - IOSCO's Enhanced Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding (EMMoU)
• Ms. Isabel Pastor, IOSCO
14:05 90 Panel - Enforcement and Investigation The objective of this panel is to identify recent advances implementing credible and effective enforcement and investigation programs in the securities arena, including the edition of the IOSCO Enhanced MMoU. Related IOSCO Principles: C – Enforcement of securities regulation: 10 (inspection, investigation and surveillance powers), 11 (enforcement powers) and 12 (effective and credible use of powers and implementation).
• Ms. Karen Wuertz, Vice Chair of AMCC and SVP, Strategy and Communications, NFA (National Futures Association), USA
• Mr. Andrew Kriegler, President and CEO, IIROC, Canada
• Mr. Eric Chia, Director and Head Market Conduct Investigations II Division Enforcement Department, MAS, Singapore
• Mr. Luiz Felipe Calabro, Associate Director, Legal and Enforcement, BM&FBOVESPA Market Supervision, Brazil
• Mr. Daniel Sibears, Executive Vice President, FINRA, USA
15:35 15 Tea/Coffee break
15:50 15 Special Address - Technology in Regulations
• Mr. Nagendraa Parakh, Executive Director, SEBI, India
16:05 60 Break-out session - Technology in Regulations
Day 3Thursday 28-9-2017 - Finish at 13:00
8:45 30 Registration for training
9:15 90 Panel - SME Finance Capital markets have an imperative role in bridging this financing gap through the provision of alternative funding sources for SMEs, as such companies' needs evolve over the different phases of their life cycle. The panel will approach current measures undertaken by both markets and regulators to address this issue.
• Mr. Manoj Kumar, Chief General Manager, SEBI, India
• Mr. Ajay Thakur, Head SME Segment, BSE, India
10:45 15 Tea/Coffee break
11:00 20 Keynote Address - Framework governing the insolvency and bankruptcy in India
• Dr. M. S. Sahoo, Chair Person, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India, India
11:20 90 Panel - RegTech The rising use of technology in the delivery of financial services may increase the complexity of supervision, surveillance and enforcement. Speakers in this panel will discuss how these emerging technologies can also be applied by regulators to tackle the challenges associated with this changing environment. Related IOSCO Principles: A – Principles relating to the Regulator: 3 (proper resources) and 7 (review the perimeter of regulation)
• Ms. Gloria Dalton, Senior Director, FINRA International, USA
• Mr. Jean-Remi Lopez, Director of Government Relations - Asia Pacific, DTCC, Hong Kong
• Mr. Nehal Vora, Chief Regulatory Officer, BSE, India
12:50 10 Closing remarks
• Mr. José Carlos Doherty, Chair of AMCC and CEO of ANBIMA (Brazilian Financial and Capital Market Association), Brazil
• Mr. Nehal Vora, Chief Regulatory Officer, BSE, India
13:00 60 Lunch
*Draft agenda - Subject to change



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