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Round Table Summary: Prime Brokerage, Margin, Collateral and Data

Offering valuable insight into the priorities and challenges facing prime brokers, broker dealers and clearers, this report is a summary of the discussion during the Margin, Collateral and Data Round Table, sponsored by TS Imagine on Thursday 25th March 2021.

A number of key areas are covered:
• Current environment
• Move to intraday margin
• Change of Margin Rules
• Other regulatory changes (Libor, UMR)
• Blockchain Initiatives (including collateral optimisation, HQLAx)
• Transition from high touch to digital client services • Data Streams vs Portals
• Data Management issues

The session was attended by 21 senior experts representing 17 institutions based across North America and EMEA.

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