Watch this webinar to hear from Refinitiv and FundApps experts about a general overview of the industry and to learn about:
- What are the latest trends in the investment landscape?
- What managers need to consider when entering new markets?
- How to comply with shareholding disclosure requirements?
- What challenges firms are facing in managing data and how to address them?
- What are the complexities with shareholding disclosure obligations in multiple jurisdictions?
Looking at country-specific examples, we’ll examine why some jurisdictions are more complex than others and the continuing need to stay on top of updates and new statutes to ensure consistency across processes and standards.
Janardhan Yalapalli, Corporate Actions Data Manager, Refinitiv, an LSEG business
Janardhan has substantial experience in collections, storage and distribution of Corporate Actions and Shareholding disclosures. He joined Refinitiv (Reuters) in 2004 and now serving as Corporate Actions Data Manager within Data Strategy and Management Group. Janardhan holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and a master’s in financial management.
Ebbe Filt, Subject Matter Expert, FundApps
Ebbe Filt advises the world’s largest asset managers and most reputable hedge funds on regulatory interpretation and compliance processes. Ebbe has worked across different areas, from Content to Client Services and now supports the Business Development team using his in-depth knowledge of the FundApps platform, regulatory compliance and challenges faced by compliance professionals.
Kristin Hochstein, Head of Entity Data & Symbology, Refinitiv, an LSEG business
Kristin Hochstein currently leads entity data services and symbology businesses for the Refinitiv division across London Stock Exchange Group. Prior to this role, Kristin drove regulatory solutions for the Thomson Reuters organization to address the compliance burden and challenges facing clients, including shareholding disclosure. Previously, Kristin helped launch a counterparty and legal entity data business for then Reuters. Kristin also held various roles at Dun & Bradstreet, including senior director in the credit risk business.
She holds degrees with honors from the University of Richmond in Business and French and from Columbia Business School, where she received an MBA.