SCI Risk Transfer & Synthetics Seminar
SCI’s Synthetic Securitisation Seminar provides an in-depth exploration of how synthetic securitisation is being utilised to transfer risk, achieve capital relief and create bespoke investment opportunities in the post-financial crisis environment.

Panels cover capital relief trade structuring and regulatory considerations, issuance trends, index tranches and mortgage credit risk transfer. Dmitry Pugachevsky’s panel will be discussing Bespoke Synthetics.

Bespoke Synthetics

The search for yield, coupled with increasing CDS liquidity and the need to cover niche risks is driving interest in bespoke opportunities that require tailored solutions. This panel examines the rise of post-crisis index tranche investments and portfolio credit solutions, as well as developments in the secondary market for synthetic securitisations.

Panel Includes

  • David Felsenthal, Clifford Chance
  • Sukho Lee, Nomura
  • Manish Kapoor, West Wheelock Capital
  • Dmitry Pugachevsky, Quantifi
  • Sourav Sinha, Mizuho Bank (USA)

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