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Brian Ruane Interview - Innovation, Technology & Risk in a Changing Financial Landscape

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MARGIN TONIC CO-FOUNDER CRAIG PEARSON SAT DOWN WITH BNY MELLON’S BRIAN RUANE TO DISCUSS HOW CURRENT AND EVOLVING INDUSTRY TRENDS WILL IMPACT COLLATERAL & POST-TRADE DOMAINS.

We are living in an evolutionary period in which the financial services industry is undergoing dynamic and extensive change, both in response to market forces and pro-actively to drive growth.

A huge amount of market transformation is taking place in parallel, driven by long-term market volatility, ever-increasing regulatory burdens, rising rates and funding costs, as well as a strong industry focus on key themes such as sustainability, climate and the digital landscape.

As such, at Margin Tonic we deemed this to be a great opportunity to discuss some of the key industry themes and trends in more detail, alongside our friend Brian Ruane from BNY Mellon.

Brian is a trusted and respected industry figurehead, whose views on these topics are always valued.

Margin Tonic is also a long-term partner of BNY Mellon, which we support with a number of our solutions.

Craig Pearson, co-founder at Margin Tonic, had the golden ticket to a fireside chat with Brian.

 

KEY TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:

  • TRENDS THAT WE ARE SEEING IN COLLATERAL MANAGEMENT & POST-TRADE DOMAINS
  • HOW RECENT REGULATIONS HAVE IMPACTED THE INDUSTRY
  • THE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES THESE HAVE PRESENTED TO FIRMS
  • HOW BNY MELLON IS SUPPORTING ITS CLIENTS TO TACKLE THESE EVOLVING TRENDS
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BRIAN RUANE

Brian Ruane is the Chief Executive Officer of BNY Mellon Government Securities Services Corp., Clearance & Collateral Management, Credit Services, Real Estate and Leasing.  He is also a member of BNY Mellon’s Executive Committee.

Brian was a key voice on the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Triparty Repo Infrastructure Reform Task Force, which drove systemic changes to ensure that the triparty repo market functions effectively and efficiently. He also served on the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Working Committee on The Future of the US Government Securities Markets. 

Brian is a frequent speaker on market structure and triparty repo. His recent papers include The Future of Wholesale Funding Markets and The Pandemic Stress Test

Brian is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board of Hofstra University’s Zarb School of Business. Brian is also a member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants.

Listen to the full interview here.