Paul Baybutt is currently the Global Product Head for HSBC’s Securities Services Middle Office Outsourcing solution. He has over 36 years experience of working in and working for buyside operations where he has been instrumental designing middle office global operating models for his current organisation, for whom he has worked for the last 8 years and as well a number of other organisations including BNP Paribas and FFTW, his two previous companies.
He is currently responsible for HSBC’s strategy in relation to Middle Office outsourcing including front to back services, integration with clients order management systems and the role out of Aladdin Provider and the development of the Aladdin Middle Office operating model. His vast experience has resulted in him playing a significant role in representing the European buyside industry in determining best practice, implementing regulation and advising on buyside interests including CSDR, where he represented the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) on the CSDR Industry Working group.
He is currently a member of the European Central Banks Advisory Group on Market Infrastructure, Securities and Collateral where he represents the UK Investment Management community and the ECB Markets Settlement Efficiency Working Group.
Jaime Healy-Waters is a Managing Director within Markets Operations at Citi in London and has been with the firm 11 years. Jaime has recently moved over from her Technology Role as Head of International Change Management to Markets Ops and is now the Global Head of Equity Middle Office and EMEA Cash Securities Settlements emphasising on front to back client service, people strategy and enabling best in class risk management through the implementation of Citi’s Global Target Operating Model. Jaime Joined Citi in October 2009 with 12 years’ experience in banking Operations gained from Lehman Brothers and Nomura where she ran Fixed Income and Equity Settlements. Jaime was the Head of EMEA, Latam and Canada Equity, Fixed Income and Prime Broker Cash Operations & Global Client Service for 9 years at Citi. More recently Jaime moved into a technology role and has been focusing on delivering multiple Market mandatory and Business Discretionary projects specifically focusing on the changing regulatory landscape within Europe for Brexit and CSDR. Jaime graduated from Kingston University with a business degree in 1999 and currently lives with her husband and her two daughters in South London.
Bradley is currently a senior advisor to the capital markets team at Ernst & Young LLP. His extensive experience is a result of over 40 years’ working in the financial services industry. Bradley’s roles have included Head of European Cash Equity Trading as well as Head of European Electronic Trading Risk for Morgan Stanley. In addition, he has held senior management and governance roles across investment banking sales and trading businesses. He played a key role in the execution of major projects such as MiFID2, CSDR, and Brexit at the bank. His career experiences have given him an in-depth understanding of securities trading businesses from front to back.
Gary is one of the founding members of ISITC Europe and is currently a Director of Industry Affairs at ISITC Europe CIC, which is a registered not-for-profit community interest company. He has been in the finance industry since 1969, holding senior positions within several major financial institutions. He participated in many industry committees including setting the CISI Operations Management exam papers and has been a guest lecturer at Reading University and at the ICMA. Gary has also undertaken a range of consultancy assignments as well as working in an advisory and industry relationship capacity for a number of leading suppliers, enabling him to understand problems from both the buyer’s and seller’s perspective. Gary also founded B.I.S.S. Research in 1997 which carried out industry benchmarking of vendor systems and academic research.
Gary is highly sought after for his views and advice on the impacts on business and operations of market and regulatory changes. He has run many industry workshops, training sessions and roundtables and chaired, moderated a considerable number of conferences. His blogs, articles, whitepapers, and reports are published world-wide, and he is an accomplished speaker, and commentator on the many changes in the financial services marketplace.
16:10 Opening address by Charlie Geffen, Chair, of the UK Accelerated Settlement Taskforce
16:20 ISITC Europe keynote presentation ‘Global Impact of North American move to T+1 Settlement – Latest analysis’
16:50 Panel discussion and Q&A with industry professionals ‘Challenges and potential opportunities’
17:30 Networking drinks reception
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