The governance of financial markets: participants, institutions and infrastructure; is a matter of significant regulatory, stability and commercial focus. The accounting scandals in the late 1990s (Waste Management, Enron, Worldcom, Arthur Andersen, Tyco) highlighted the general need to strengthen governance and develop clear frameworks to identify, measure, manage and disclose risks. Yet, in spite of many needed reforms in both governance and risk management, the global financial crisis of 2007/08 once more put the governance in the spotlight and emphasised the impact it has on the integrity and stability of financial markets.
This one-day workshop will assist participants to understand governance of financial markets in carrying out the core objectives of securities regulation: investor protection, fair, efficient and transparent markets and the reduction of system risk. The workshop places special emphasis on the governance and risk management of the market infrastructures such as central counterparties, central securities depositories, trade repositories and exchanges that run the world’s financial markets.
All queries can be directed to Melissa Joao: email@example.com / 011 802 4768
DATE Sandton 10 April 2019
TIME 08H30 – 17H00
SAIFM Full members pay R4150-00 per person (Incl. VAT)
SAIFM Affiliate members pay R4544-00 per person (Incl. VAT)
Non-members pay R4880-00 per person (Incl. VAT)
VENUE Addresses to be confirmed
Refreshments and a light lunch will be served. Kosher or Halaal dietary requirements will attract a surcharge
KINDLY NOTE: Closing date for bookings and receipt of payment is 26 March 2019
Disclaimer: Once SAIFM has confirmed that a workshop would carry on, cancellations will only happen in unforeseen, emergency situations such as the trainer becoming indisposed, protest action close to the venue, the venue being on fire or flooded. In such extreme cases, proof of the event that necessitated the cancellation, including a doctors’ note if the trainer is indisposed, will be provided to delegates to present to their employers. While every effort is made to ensure that confirmed workshops continue uninterrupted, it may happen in rare circumstances that we are obliged to cancel. In such a case, a full refund will be made but SAIFM cannot be held liable for the travelling and accommodation costs of delegates.