Securities Lending and the GMSLA 2010

All delegates who attended the last Securities Lending and the GMSLA 2010 course would recommend it. (Source: Completed feedback forms)

Next course: To be confirmed. Please contact us for further details.

Location: City of London

Price: GBP 825 + VAT (at 20% if applicable)

Who Should Attend?

Principally for people with 0-3 years experience from Financial Institutions, Investment Banks, Law Firms, Asset Managers, Hedge Funds, Corporations and Regulators:

  • Legal Counsel
  • Documentation specialists
  • Treasury staff
  • Risk Managers
  • Middle Office & Back Office Managers
  • Collateral Management specialists

Course summary

Learn on this 1 day in-depth training course about the securities lending market and the new Global Master Securities Lending Agreement (2010) (the “GMSLA 2010”); how it differs from the GMSLA 2000 and how it works in practice.

By the end of the course delegates should have obtained a thorough understanding of the GMSLA 2010 and will do a practical negotiation exercise to reinforce their knowledge.

How Will You Benefit?

  • Review in-depth all the provisions of the GMSLA 2010 and its Schedule.
  • Understand clearly the principal differences between the 2000 and 2010 versions of the Global Master Securities Lending Agreement.
  • Receive comprehensive course documentation including a transcript of the verbal delivery of the course to keep for future reference.
  • Gain an understanding of the securities lending market.
  • Understand the differences between repos and securities loans.
  • Explore the risks related to securities lending.
  • Consolidate knowledge through a practical negotiation exercise.

Ernst van den Broek

Ernst has 20 years’ experience in the financial industry and works as an interim counsel in the Netherlands. He has worked for ING Financial Markets, NV Nuon Energy Trade & Wholesale, Rabobank International and various other banks within both their legal and credit departments. He studied law at the University of Amsterdam and holds an MBA degree from the NIMBAS-Bradford Graduate School of Management. He has broad experience in the field of financial and commodity trading including the negotiation of ISDA Master Agreements, CSAs, GMRAs, GMSLAs and EFETs. He provides training on all these documents and is a fluent English speaker.