Roundtables: Global Threshold with Focus on Shareholder Disclosure & Sensitive Industries

- Amsterdam - Dublin - London

Due to the complex variations and intricacy in shareholding disclosure requirements which have created significant challenges for firms to remain compliant, CSS is hosting roundtables in Amsterdam (October 7) Dublin (October 9) and London (October 11).

The objective of these roundtables is to break down and explore how firms can tactically and strategically cope with and stay ahead of the data challenges, filing nuances, and legal structure complexities of shareholding disclosures and position limit monitoring.

Our presenter at the event will be Greg Hotaling, who leads the Signal team at CSS. Greg leads the regulatory research and content for Signal. A member of the CSS Best Practices team, Greg has practiced as a corporate and securities attorney for more than 10 years in New York, and currently serves as a compliance expert focusing on global financial regulations.

8:30-9:00

Registration, Breakfast & Coffee

9:00-9:15

Welcome & Introduction to CSS

9:15-10:15

Substantial Shareholder Disclosure

  • Regulatory Challenges – Aggregation, sensitive industries and more
  • Data Sourcing – Common challenges when evaluating holdings
  • Filing Nuances – Disclosure data, submission procedures

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-11:30

Position Limit Monitoring

  • Application of the Limits — Exchange codes, spot periods
  • Position Calculation – Netting, diminishing balances and more

11:30

Closing Remarks

Greg Hotaling

Regulatory Compliance Expert

Greg is a Compliance SME (Subject Matter Expert) at CSS, addressing global regulatory matters relevant to the financial industry. Since its inception Greg has led the regulatory research and content team for Signal, the 2018 “HFM Best RegTech Solution” award-winner that facilitates compliance with shareholder disclosure and position limit rules around the world. Prior to joining CSS, Greg practiced law as a corporate and securities attorney in New York for 10+ years, held a one-year term as a federal Law Clerk, directed and wrote a nationally broadcast documentary film, and worked as a paralegal in Paris, France as well as in Washington D.C.

7 October – Amsterdam
De L’Europe Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2-14 1012 CP Amsterdam

9 October – Dublin
CSS office – 57/59 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2, D02 F242

11 October – London 
CSS office – 4 St Paul’s Churchyard Fourth Floor London EC4M 8AY

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