The Investment Operations Conference that took place last week on 24 February in Sydney, Australia brought together those shaping the evolution of investment operations for Australian institutional investors.

The conference included Adam Zani, Thomas Murray's Director for Australia and New Zealand, who was a panellist at the event talking on the subject of the evolving role of the Custodian Bank. 

On Tuesday 01 March, Thomas Murray hosted a half day event in London entitled Post-Trade Risk Roundtable. The event sought to explore the regulatory hurdles being faced by those involved with the funds industry, and how firms can prepare to clear these challenges in their post-trade networks.

Topics discussed on the day included: 

Join Thomas Murray in our inaugural event "Post-Trade Roundtable on Regulation in 2016: What does this mean for Funds?"

The event provides Funds from around the UK an opportunity to come together and share their approaches to monitoring their post-trade exposures in a changing regulatory environment.

Date: 01 March 2016

Thomas Murray spoke to John van Verre about HSBC's move to launch a US direct custody and clearing model - what it means for the bank and its clients, how it aids with regulatory challenges in the custody industry and what it means for HSBC in the US.

GCF spoke to Penelope Biggs, Head of Institutional Investor Group - EMEA at Northern Trust, on the key custody trends we can expect to see in 2016, at the 2015 Global Custody Forum in London.