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Securities borrowing and lending is a very competitive business. While individual firms involved in the business may have their own unique marketing and business development strategies in Asia, the member firms believe that PASLA, as a collective group of major firms in the industry, provides an important benefit to Asian securities regulators, stock exchanges, and monetary authorities by providing an "industry consensus" on issues that affect the development of the securities lending business. more

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PASLA and RMA are excited to announce the agenda for the 12th Annual PASLA/RMA Conference on Asian Securities Lending. The conference will be held in Shanghai at The Grand Hyatt, 3-5 March 2015. The conference will kick off Tuesday, 3 March with the Securities Lending Tutorial followed by emerging and developed market discussions. The business program for Wednesday and Thursday will kick off with industry experts debate the future of Chinese market including discussion on the Hong Kong/Shanghai stock connect. In addition, some other topics to be discussed during this year's conference are:

Securities Lending and Borrowing in the Chinese Markets
Market participants will discuss the current issues for securities in Chinese markets, the operational challenges, regulatory and structural changes, and where they are focusing their resources.
Moderator: Queenie Yeung, Director – Prime Services, CITIC Securities International, Hong Kong
Outlook for the China Market and Products
The panel will discuss the future of the China market and how the Hong Kong - Shanghai Stock Connect could influence securities finance. Additional debate will involve legal and regulatory issues, the outlook for products such as equities, fixed income, and ETF's.
Moderator: Kirtes Bharti, Regional Head of Securities Finance, Scotiabank, Singapore
Industry Leaders Panel
Senior business leaders will discuss adapting to the post regulatory environment, the opportunities for growth and innovation. Additionally, the panel will discuss the impact of capital charges & NSFR, synthetic prime brokerage, and how both the supply side and demand side will need to change.
Moderator: Paul York, Managing Director and Head of Asia/Pacific Trading, State Street, Hong Kong
Panelists: Paul Solway, Managing Director, BNY Mellon, Hong Kong
David Wraight, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley, Hong Kong
Richard Wright, Director, Credit Suisse, Hong Kong
Roy Zimmerhansl, Global Head of Securities Lending, HSBC, London
In addition, it is our great honor to have as guest speakers Mr. Qingping Nie, Chairman, China Securities Finance Corporation present the Shanghai Welcoming Remarks, the Chief Economist from CITIC as the Keynote Speaker, and Ms. Queenie Yeung, Director-Prime Services, CITIC Securities International, Hong Kong moderate the Securities Lending and Borrowing in the Chinese Market Panel.
Visit the PASLA/RMA Website to register online or download the registration form.
To reserve a room at the Grand Hyatt Shanghai visit the PASLA/RMA Website and download a hotel reservation form. If you require a Visa Application Letter from the hotel, please indicate that on the reservation form and one will be provided.
Important Note: The Chinese New Year Holiday is 18-24 February.
Email Kimberly Gordon at for sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in Shanghai!



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