Speakers

Speakers

Tom Wipf

Vice chairman of institutional securities.

Morgan Stanley

Tom is responsible for Morgan Stanley’s transition efforts to alternative reference rates to
replace LIBOR through the firm’s Global LIBOR Transition Steering Committee. This
group, spanning ISG, Wealth Management and Investment Management, will ensure that
all businesses and infrastructure organizations have a consistent set of Firm-level
guidelines, their own transition plans and accountability for transition readiness before
year-end 2021.
Tom most recently led the firm’s Global Business Continuity Management Organization,
which is responsible for strategic planning and risk management for potential cyber and
physical disruptions. He is a member of the firm’s Securities Operating Committee, Risk
Management Committee and Asset/ Liability Management Committee.
Prior to being named Vice Chairman, Tom was the Global Head of the Bank Resource
Management Division where he was responsible for the firm's secured funding, securities
lending, global hedging and collateral management activities.
Beginning his career in the industry in 1977, Tom joined Morgan Stanley in 1986 and has
been engaged in the Firm’s funding, collateral and hedging activities throughout his
career at the firm. Based in New York, Tom has also completed multi-year assignments
in Morgan Stanley’s London and Tokyo offices.
In April, 2019, Tom was named Chair of the Alternative Reference Rates Committee
(ARRC) by the Federal Reserve Board. The ARRC is a group of private-market
participants convened to help ensure a successful transition from USD LIBOR to a more
robust reference rate.
Tom was appointed Chair of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Market
Risk Advisory Committee (MRAC) Interest Rate Benchmark Reform Subcommittee in
October, 2018.
Tom served as Chair of the Treasury Market Practices Group (TMPG) until May 2019.
The TMPG is sponsored by the New York Federal Reserve and is an industry group
committed to supporting the integrity and efficiency of the U.S. Treasury and Agency
Mortgage Securities Markets.
Tom serves on the board of directors of International Swaps and Derivatives Association,
Inc. (ISDA). Tom was appointed to the Alternative Reference Rate Committee,
sponsored by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in 2014. Tom previously
served on the Financial Research Advisory Committee to the US Treasury Office of
Financial Research from 2012 to 2017.

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Edwin Schooling Latter

Director of markets and wholesale policy

Financial Conduct Authority

Edwin Schooling Latter is Director of Markets and Wholesale Policy at the Financial Conduct Authority where his responsibilities encompass policy in relation to primary and secondary markets, trading venues, trading conduct, benchmarks, asset management and pensions.  From 2011-2014 Edwin was head of the Financial Market Infrastructure
Directorate at the Bank of England, responsible for supervision of CCPs, securities settlement systems, and systemically important payment systems, and for the Bank’s input to policy making on central clearing and OTC derivatives reforms. Prior to appointment as head of MID, Edwin worked in the Bank’s Financial Stability area for several years, including as secretary to the Bank’s Financial Stability Committee. Edwin was also previously Managing Director of UK payment system, LINK Interchange Network Ltd.

Ali Khan

MD, rates options and exotics trading

Nomura

Ali Khan is Managing director – Rates Options & Exotics Trading at Nomura, with over 15 years’ experience in Options Markets.

Prior to joining Nomura in 2009, Ali was an Exotic Rates Trader at Lehman Brothers for 4.5 years where he started his career.

Ali has a BA in Mathematics and an MPhil in Statistics from the University of Cambridge.

Ivan Jossang

Managing director

Morgan Stanley

Ian Fox

Group Ibor transition director

Lloyds Bank

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Doug Laurie

Director, programme lead, wholesale lending technology and change

Barclays

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Clare Dawson

Chief executive

Loan Market Association

Clare joined the Loan Market Association in 1999 after spending two years in the syndications department at Sumitomo Bank, working on loans in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.  Prior to this she spent two years at the British Museum Development Trust raising funds for the Museum's Great Court project.  Before joining the British Museum, Clare had spent some eight years at Sumitomo in the international department, including two years at the bank's head office in Tokyo, where she helped establish a syndications desk.  In London she worked mainly on origination in various Western European and Nordic countries.

Clare has an honours degree in Modern and Medieval Languages from the University of Cambridge.  She is a member of the Bank of England’s Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates and chairs the Sterling Loans sub-group.

Martin McKinney

Medium term funding

Santander

Martin McKinney is Senior Manager in Santander UK’s Treasury team and has been part of the Santander UK Group since December 2014. Martin has over 7 years’ experience in UK bank funding teams with a focus in secured funding.

Martin is responsible for wholesale funding activities of Santander UK with a term greater than 1 year across the bank’s funding and capital structure – this includes both issuance and liability management.

Jamie Thrower

Head of syndicated loans agency & Libor transition business lead

Natwest

Jamie is the Commercial & Private Banking Business Lead for LIBOR Transition at NatWest and is the Chair of the Loans Flow Enablement Task Force established by the Bank of England and the FCA to identify and overcome blockers to greater SONIA issuance in the cash market.  He has also run the NatWest Syndicated Loans Agency business since June 2017, joining Agency from the Product and Capital Management team where he had responsibility for the Corporate Debt Product set.  Before this he was a Senior Director in the Project Finance business with a particular focus in the power and renewables sector. Jamie joined NatWest from Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and started his career in PwC’s advisory business.

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Barry Hadingham

Head of derivatives & counterparty risk

Aviva Investors

Barry oversees derivatives governance and counterparty risk globally for Aviva Investors.  He has a number of years experience in financial services and has spent a considerable amount of that time working in derivatives related roles within banking, insurance and asset management. Barry is continuing to lead the work to deliver the remaining changes to comply with post crisis OTC regulation across Aviva Investors. He is also a key member of the Aviva Investors team delivering the IBOR transition programme, acting as an SME for derivatives related transition and participates in a number of IBOR industry working groups.  

Max Verhheijen

Director financial markets

Cardano

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Nabil Owadally

Portfolio Manager EMEA

BMO GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT

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Christian Rasmussen

Head of group treasury

UBS

Senior Executive practiced in leveraging internal Assets & Liabilities structure/management and product skills to drive productivity and revenue across diverse platforms. Optimize internal assets and liabilities to deliver maximum client return/value.