Deputy General Manager
Nippon Life Insurance Company
Yoshio Ogawa is Deputy General Manager Legal Department and Securities Operations Department at Nippon Life Insurance Company. He is responsible for legal and regulatory issues relating to security transactions including OTC derivatives.
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.
Executive Director, Legal & Compliance
Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities
Shinichi Yoshiya is an Executive Director 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.
Trevor has worked in Investment Banking for over 20 years, starting his career at Salomon Brothers working in Fixed Income Operations. This was followed by positions on the Equity Lending Desk and in Convertible Bond Sales. After a move to Deutsche Bank working on the Repo Trading Desk he moved into Collateral Management and has spent 15 years in this field. Initially heading up the Collateral New Business Team, he then moved on to manage the EMEA Margining Team responsible for OTC, Repo and FX Margining. Trevor then moved to the vendor side, joining Algorithmics in 2008. He has worked as an SME within Product Development, Strategy and PreSales for the last ten years for Algorithmics, IBM and now Smartstream. Trevor holds a Degree in Economics and Politics.
Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co., Ltd.
Yasunori joined Price Waterhouse Tokyo in 1995, and registered as Certified Public Accountant in 1999. He moved to PwC London Banking and Capital Markets in 2003 before joining Morgan Stanley Japan Securities Co., Ltd. in 2007. Yasunori is a member of Global Advisory and Policy group in Morgan Stanley, covering Asia region to provide deal advisory and assisting implementation of new accounting/regulatory rules.
Yasunori is an author of books published by ChuoKeizaisha K.K., including Fair value accounting (2009), Off balance sheet accounting(2011), Fair value measurement (coauthored 2013), General hedge accounting under IFRS (2015), Accounting and regulatory netting (coauthored 2016), ROE Strategy for Banks(coauthored 2017) and Q&A on Real estate leases under IFRS16 and ASC842 (coauthored 2017).
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.
Director, Financial Engineering Group Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities (FICC) Dept.
Satoshi Kumeta is Head of XVA in FICC, where he owns planning and development of XVA accounting and regulation such as FRTB-CVA, and management CVA hedge to control P&L as well. He belonged to model development division in MUFG Bank and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities as Quants for more than 10 years prior to joining Daiwa Securities, and responsible for model development of plain vanilla/exotic products mainly for commodity and interest rate. He also contributed to introduction of OIS discounting and CVA accounting. Satoshi has Bachelors and Masters in Mathematics from Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Vice President, Global Markets Planning Division