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Webinar - Latest Updates of TMA’s Financial Benchmarks

Speaker: Mr Andy Ng & Mr Jack Cheung, TMA Office
Venue: Webinar (Zoom)
Date & Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, 13 October 2020 (Tue)
CPD: 1

Since the launch of CNH HIBOR and taking over the administration of HKD HIBOR in 2013, the TMA has been discharging its duty to uphold the robustness and credibility of the administrated benchmarks.  This includes reviewing whether and how to refine benchmarks administered having regard to international recommendations and local market conditions such as transforming TMA Spot Rates into transaction-based and taking over HONIA in 2016.

 

It is the sixth year that the TMA hosts the seminar with a view to updating and briefing members the latest development of major financial benchmarks as follows:  

  1. Update of IOSCO assurance review on TMA’s administered benchmarks

  2. Update of the EU Benchmarks Regulation

  3. Update of LIBOR discontinuation and discussion of better preparation

  4. Update of recent developments on alternative nearly risk free rates including IBOR fallback

     

Speakers: 

Andy Ng

Senior Manager, Treasury Markets Association

Andy Ng is a senior manager at Treasury Markets Association, responsible for administrating all TMA’s financial benchmarks. Mr. Ng has also worked in Standard Bank and ABN AMRO Bank as a currency and interest rate trader. Andy holds a Master of Science in Mathematical Finance from Cass Business School, United Kingdom and BA in Economics in the University of British Columbia, Canada.

 

Jack Cheung

Chief Executive Officer, Treasury Markets Association

Mr Jack Cheung was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Treasury Markets Association in September 2011. He leads the TMA in promoting market and product development, strengthening the professionalism and ethical standards of market practitioners, and promoting Hong Kong as the preferred hub for treasury business in the region. He is also a member of the Financial Infrastructure Sub-Committee of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee in HK.

 

Participants are entitled to receive 1 CPD (TMA) credit upon completion of the seminar. TMA is the administrator for the Enhanced Competency Framework on Treasury Management (ECF-TM) and a recognized institution of Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) for providing continuing professional development (CPD) activities. The CPD hours can be used to meet the CPD requirements of the ECF-TM and the SFC. To qualify for the CPD credit or attendance certificate of the webinar, all participants have to show their registered full names (same names in the registration form) for attendance check. We regret that neither CPD nor attendance certificate will be given to those who are late for the webinar or leave early. TMA Office will update TMA Individual Members’ CPD record after the webinar is held.        

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