U.S. and Asia Head, Fixed Income Derivatives, Funding & Financing Sales
Markus Georgi joined Eurex as the Head of the Hong Kong Representative Office in April 2013. Markus is responsible for Fixed Income, OTC Clearing and Repo/SecLending Sales and Business Development in Asia.
He has 18 years of experience in the financial industry. Markus started his career at Eurex Product Development in Frankfurt in 2001 and then moved to Chicago to take on a role as Lead Business Analyst at Eurex US. In 2008 Markus joined RTS Realtime Systems in Singapore as Head of Product Management for Asia Pacific where he was responsible for the regional trading support desks in Singapore and Australia. Early 2011 Markus moved to Newedge Financial Singapore, a brokerage firm, where he managed the PTG key accounts for Singapore and India. Markus holds a Master of Finance degree from the Technical University of Dresden, Germany.
Satomi joined TriOptima in 2016 as Associate Business Manager, where she has responsibility across the triResolve services. Based in Singapore, she is regional lead for the triResolve product in APAC, in charge of introducing and rolling out new functionalities, particularly with regards to portfolio reconciliation, collateral management & UMR. Satomi has previously worked at BAML, Goldman Sachs and Mizuho Securities in number of Derivative Middle Office and Collateral Management roles. TriOptima is now part of OSTTRA, a leading provider of progressive post-trade solutions for the global OTC markets.
Assistant Manager, Institutional Business Operation Division
Since joining Shinsei Bank in 2015, I have been responsible for the back office operations i.e., Documentation and Trade confirmation management, Collateral Management, related to OTC derivative transactions at the Institutional Business Operation Division.
I have also been engaged in regulatory compliance projects related to OTC Derivatives such as Margin Regulation and Benchmark Reform.
Chief Manager, Legal Department & Securities Operations Department
Nippon Life Insurance Company
Professional Career :
2010: Joined Nippon Life Insurance Company: Assistant Manager, Legal Department
2015: Vice President, Nippon Life Asia Pacific Reginal H.Q. (Singapore) (Seconded)
2018: Manager, Structured Finance Department
2020: Manager, Legal Department
2021: Chief Manager, Legal Department & Securities Operations Department
Certificate: Attorney at Law (Admitted in Japan, 2009)
Vice President, Credit Portfolio Management Office
Mr. Motoyoshi is responsible for pricing XVA covering globally, and enacting hedge strategy at XVA desk. He is also engaged in quantitative analysis as a desk quant.
He graduated from the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology of the University of Tokyo, and is a FRM.
Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs
Financial Services Agency (FSA), Government of Japan
Mr. Nagaoka is Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs at Japan’s Financial Services Agency (JFSA) since July 2020. He serves as Chair of the IOSCO Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding Monitoring Group and IOSCO Administrative Arrangement Assessment Group. He also represents JFSA at the International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators (IFIAR) and is Vice Chair of the IFIAR Enforcement Working Group.
Mr. Nagaoka joined the Ministry of Finance (MOF) in 1991 and has broad experience in financial supervision and international financial regulations over his career at JFSA. Prior to taking up the current position, he served as Director for Planning and Management Division of Policy and Markets Bureau (2018-2019) and Director for Planning and Management Division of Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SESC) (2017). His career at JFSA also includes Director for Securities Business Division of Supervision Bureau (2015-2016) and Director for International Banking Regulation (2014). Furthermore, from 1999 to 2002, Mr. Nagaoka worked as an Economist at International Monetary Fund.
Mr. Nagaoka earned B.A. in Law at the University of Tokyo. He also has an MBA (beta, gamma, sigma) from the Columbia Business School.
Director, Head of RM & Business Development - Japan
Hiroshi began his career with Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, and went through the series of mergers, Chemical Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, and JP Morgan. Hiroshi served as a Corporate Finance officer at the firm’s New York Japan Desk from 1993 to 1999. After he returned to Tokyo, he joined Corporate Trust group in JPMorgan and worked on various securitized products as Japan Trustee. As a result of the business swap between JP Morgan and BNY Mellon, he joined BNY Mellon in 2009, and moved to Broker Dealer Services (BDS) in 2010. Since then, he has worked on a number of collateral management transactions. BDS has changed its name to BNY Mellon Markets in 2015. He also covers securities finance products while expanded the scope of collateral management to derivative spaces in relation to the regulatory required Initial Margin segregation in addition to securities lending / repo related collateral management.
Head of Clearing Planning
Japan Securities Clearing Corporation
Mr. Otashiro has been leading the regulatory compliance since 2013 as the Head of Clearing Planning in Japan Securities Clearing Corporation (JSCC), after working on the development of JSCC’s clearing service for an interest rate swap.
Prior to the current position, he was Listing Examiner in Tokyo Stock Exchange, in charge of listing examinations for domestic and foreign listing applicant companies. Thereafter, he was made Project Manager in charge of IT developments of the exchange including those for real-time market data feed, off-auction equity trade and an index calculation. In 2004, he was appointed Chief Representative of the Singapore Office for Tokyo Stock Exchange. In 2007, he was appointed as the Secretariat of Asian and Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation as well as the Head of International Relations of Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Manager, Operational Planning Asset Services Planning Division
The Master Trust Bank of Japan
2006/April, Entered Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation.
2006/April, Seconded to The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd.
Planning operation for securities settlement and compliance with derivative regulations in Japanese trust funds.
Head of CVA Analytics and Consulting, Japan
General Manager, Wholesale Operations Planning Office
Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd.
Seiichi Tanaka is General Manager of Wholesale Operations and Procedures Planning Office, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd.
Since 2008, Mr. Tanaka has been actively engaged in a variety of projects related to international financial regulations, including central clearing, trade reporting, margin requirements and benchmark reform.
Mr. Tanaka graduated from the School of Political Science and Economics of Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, and is a U.S. CPA (Certified Public Accountant).
Vice President, Global Markets Planning Division
MUFG Bank, Ltd.
Akiko Tsuji is the Vice President, Global Markets Planning Division of MUFG Bank, Ltd. and has worked at MUFG Bank since 2011. Previously, Akiko Tsuji was at Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities and worked in Transaction Management Group (FID) where she worked on documentation of market contracts.
Global Joint Head of Operations
Joined Nippon Credit Bank in 1996. He has been engaged in the development of the BOJ RTGS and securities settlement system in Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd. since 1999.
After that, he joined BNP Paribas Securities in 2000, and worked on IT system development in the back division until 2012. From 2004 to 2006, worked at BNP Paribas (London) to develop a global bond trading platform. After returning to Japan, he took up the post of Head of Operations and later concurrently held the banking division. Finally, as Head of IT and Operations, he oversaw IT infrastructure, IT security and IT governance, as well as IT and operations for each product.
From 2010 to 2012, he served concurrently as Auditor of Japan Government Clearing Corporation.
Joined Societe Generale Securities /Bank and Lyxor Asset Management in 2012. As COO, he led the start-up of flow business, integration with Newedge Securities with the achievement of Japanese incorporation (KK) , and renovation project of back office system. In addition, we constructed an office environment for work style reform in conjunction with office relocation.
July 2018, Joined Mizuho Securities. As COO of the Global Markets Division, he has worked across products to build GTOM (Global Target Operating Model Committee) to promote the establishment of Business and IT infrastructure from a front-to-back perspective, and since April 2020 has also served as Global Joint Operations Head in Operations. In April 2021, he also started the mission of Attached to FG CIO and is taking charge of the overseas IT structural reform of Mizuho Financial Group.
Japan Head of Futures, Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage
Citigroup Global Markets Japan Inc.
Shun Yanagisawa is a Director and the Japan Head of Futures, Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage, which sits within the Markets and Securities Services at Citigroup Global Markets Japan Inc.
In this capacity, he is responsible for managing Futures agency execution, electronic execution and clearing, OTC Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage business. He is the member of APAC regional FCX management team. Prior to joining Citi, Yanagisawa was responsible for sales and marketing at JPMorgan in Japan for over 11 years.
Approx. 20 years industry experience, Yanagisawa regularly participates in public roundtables and serves for multiple industry groups and help advocate stability for the clearing system for both Futures and OTC clearing. Shun is the elected board member, Vice President, ExCo and chairman of Operations committee of FIA Japan, interest rate swap steering committee at JSCC, Wholesale market steering committee of TFX and several working groups member of ISDA. Shun holds an M.B.A. from the University of Wales.
Head of Regulatory Affairs for Japan and APAC
Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities
Shinichi Yoshiya is Head of Regulatory Affairs for Japan and APAC in the Legal Division of Morgan Stanley. Mr. Yoshiya covers a broad range of complex cross-border financial regulatory matters and transactions for Morgan Stanley’s Japan and Asia Pacific region including OTC derivatives regulations of Japan, U.S. and EU, the Volcker Rule, Resolution Stay, MiFID2, Brexit, LIBOR and Basel 3 capital rules. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Yoshiya was an attorney at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP advising on financial regulatory matters. Mr. Yoshiya has held academic appointments at Duke University Law School as Visiting Professor and currently teaches global financial regulations at Meiji University Law School. Duke University, Law School (LL.M.), Aoyama Gakuin University, Business School (M.B.A.), Sophia University (LL.B.). Mr. Yoshiya is admitted to the bar of the state of New York.