Finadium announces first 20 investor registrations, new keynote speakers for our April 2017 Investors in Securities Lending Conferences

We are pleased to announce our first 20 investor registrations for the 2017 Finadium Investors in Securities Lending (FISL) conferences. We’ve also rounded out our roster of keynote speakers in both New York and London. Here are the details.

In New York, we now have registrations from the following institutions:
Federated Investors
FHLB Cincinnati
Manulife Financial
MetLife Investments (2)
Northwestern Mutual
Pacific Life
Russell Investments
Summit Rock Advisors
T. Rowe Price
TVA Retirement System
Western & Southern Life Insurance
Vulcan Capital
We are very pleased to note that registrations are coming not just from securities finance professionals but also from portfolio managers, trading, operations and treasury. This diversity is an important part of our conference success, and we encourage a greater number of buy-side market participants to join us across organizational departments.
Keynote speakers
In London, we are excited to announce that Dr. Jean-Pierre Zigrand, Co-Director of the LSE’s Systemic Risk Centre, will be our keynote presenter on Day 1. Dr. Zigrand also sits on the Bank of England’s Macroprudential Panel – Market Subgroup. He will speak on asset managers, systemic risk and possible solutions to current risk challenges.
Dr. Zigrand joins Sir Ranulph Fiennes, our London keynote speaker for Day 2. Sir Ranulph is an internationally known explorer with 18 major expeditions to his credit, including his Arctic Solo Expedition and discovery of the Lost City of Ubar in Oman’s desert Empty Quarter.
In the US, we have confirmed Dr. Roberto Rigobon of MIT and Robert Swan as our keynote speakers. Dr. Rigobon, a leading economist and award winning teacher, will speak on organic data in finance and economics.
Mr. Swan, a polar explorer and a leader in energy innovation, will speak about the 2041 environmental challenge. Mr. Swan is currently in the Antarctic testing new technologies for NASA.
We hope that investors can join us for these exciting new conferences. More information on both the New York and London events can be found at Reserve your spot today.

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