Jose Carlos Doherty, Brazilian Financial and Capital Markets Association (ANBIMA)

Jose Carlos Doherty Zeca Doherty has been CEO of the Brazilian Financial and Capital Markets Association (ANBIMA) since 2012. He is also chairman of the International Investment Funds Association (IIFA) and vice presidente of the Ibero-American Federation of Investment Funds (Fiafin). He is a member of the Board of Directors of RTM (Rede de Telecomunicações para o Mercado); the Advisory Council of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in Brazil; and the Advisory Board of the Corporate Sustainability Index (Cise). From 2013 to 2018, he chaired the Iosco Members Advisory Committee (AMCC). He joined ANBIMA in 2006 as Market Supervision Superintendent. Earlier, he worked in diverse organizations in Brazil and abroad, including Deutsche Bank, BankBoston, Bank of America, Brown Brothers Harriman, CVM and Bovespa. He holds a degree in economics from the Federal University of Brasília (UnB) and an Executive MBA in Finance from Insper-SP. He has completed the Global Advanced Management Program (GAMP) at Georgetown University (USA) and at Esade (Spain), and a certificate program in administration at the Institute for the Certification of Social Security Professionals (ICSS).

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Panel discussion

10.55 - 11.40

Looking forward to enhanced cross-border fund distribution

One of the aims of the Capital Markets Union project is to foster growth by reinforcing the role of capital markets, investment funds and asset managers, in the financing of the European economy, too dependent on bank financing. In this context, the European Commission has made proposals to remove the remaining barriers to cross-border distribution of funds. How will these impact the distribution processes?
Will integration help the cross-border investment fund industry to seize the opportunity and contribute more effectively towards economic growth? If so, which are the products and who are the clients?

A debate between the Commission and the industry

11.40 - 12.25

Delegation, "third countries", Brexit... Quo vadis, distribution of EU funds?

Delegation of certain asset management functions to a company’s headquarters, other group companies or specialist third-party asset managers, with the decision-making process and risk oversight remaining in the country from which delegation takes place, is a tried and tested practice in the European and international fund industry.
It is important to third-country asset managers of European funds and it benefits the end investor by providing access to local asset management expertise. Brexit, coupled with the “ESA Review” proposal, have put the delegation model at the core of heated discussions. How are these perceived outside the EU? What is the way forward?

A regulators debate

14.35 - 15.15

Focus on Latin America

Key developments in the region, including recent amendments to pension fund regulations, offer new distribution opportunities for UCITS and alternative fund managers, as well as improved choice for local investors.

A deep dive into local trends and regulatory changes

  • Guillermo Arthur

    Guillermo Arthur President International Federation of Pension Fund Administrators (FIAP)

16.00 - 16.40

Focus on Southeast Asia

The fund and asset management industries in Southeast Asia are growing significantly. The panel presents new opportunities in the region, including in Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Pacific.

16.40 - 17.05

A discussion with NICSA and HKIFA

ALFI talks to its Conference Partners, NICSA and HKIFA, about important developments in their respective markets, amongst others the progress of Asian passporting schemes or FinTech in the US.