Finadium Investors in Securities Lending Conference 2019

Brown Brothers Harriman is pleased to be sponsoring the Finadium Investors in Securities Lending conference in New York next week, where our experts will be taking part in several panels. The conference will take a forward evolution to help experienced and new investors understand the securities finance market.

If you are a beneficial owner and interested in attending the conference please click here. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thursday, May 2

10:15-11:15 – Current dynamics in the securities lending industry

  • Drivers and impediments to securities lending today
  • Trends across client segments
  • The impact of low fee/no fee funds
  • Where the market is heading in the next 12 months

BBH Panelist: Keith Haberlin, Global Head of Securities Lending

3:30-4:15 – Thematic break-out session 2:

  • Best practices in running a securities lending program
  • Establishing and running an oversight committee

BBH Facilitator: Marney McCabe, Head of Securities Lending Relationship Management

Friday, May 3

9:30-10:15 – Technology, operations and market structure

  • The rise of automated trading and proprietary algorithms
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in practice
  • The new importance of collateral trading
  • The break-even point for buy-side investment in technology

BBH Panelist: Obie Knapp, Global Head of Securities Lending Product Development

If you would like to meet with any of our Securities Lending experts, you will find us at the BBH booth!

Keith Haberlin, Global Head of Securities Lending
Marney McCabe, Head of Securities Lending Relationship Management
Robert Lees, Head of Securities Lending EMEA and Global Head of Securities Lending Trading
Chris Griffin, Securities Lending Business Development
Mike Daly, Securities Lending Relationship Management
Obie Knapp, Global Head of Securities Lending Product Development
Judd Symon, Securities Lending Relationship Management
Tom Poppey, Global Head of Securities Lending Program Management