Year in Preview: ISDA's Operational Priorities & Projects for 2012
ISDA's Julian Day, Head of Market Infrastructure, discusses the top operational priorities for 2012 and explains how ISDA aims to help market participants address concerns regarding central clearing of OTC derivatives, implement the new standardised CSAs and the 2011 equity derivatives definitions.
Q. What will be the main focus for ISDA in 2012 from an operational point of view?
Julian Day is Head of ISDA’s Market Infrastructure team, and is based in ISDA’s London office. The team covers ISDA’s work in the fields of Operations, collateral management and market practice.
Prior to rejoining ISDA to take up this role in July 2008 after a period with RBS, he originally joined ISDA in summer 2003. Formerly Mr. Day was a Director with Credit Suisse, where he performed senior roles in Operations and Compliance. Since entering the derivatives industry in 1990, Mr. Day has held a number of management roles in Operations and Legal Departments.
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