Why is the CFTC rolling out Swap Reporting 2.0? Alan McIntyre, Senior BA and Industry Relations Lead at RegTek.Solutions drills into various aspects of the changes to CFTC reporting requirements and identifies some of the challenges that firms will need to consider.
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What is CFTC Swap Reporting 2.0? Alan McIntyre, Senior BA and Industry Relations Lead at RegTek.Solutions drills into various aspects of the changes to CFTC reporting requirements and identifies some of the challenges that firms will need to consider.
The CFTC rewrite and DTCC re-architecture are amongst the few topics likely to cause a stir in the ranks of US swap dealers in the next 18 months.
MiFIR/MiFID II preparedness is top of mind at every firm I’ve recently visited, but that could be about to change. The SEC’s security-based swap (SBS) reporting threatens to be equally time-consuming and costly to participants as MiIFD II.
Over the last six months, MiFIR/MiFID II readiness is the one topic that has consistently been top of mind at every firm I’ve visited across the industry. Given the traction that our Report-it.Trade suite has gained this year for G20 reporting, one of the first questions we get is “what are you going to be doing for MiFID II?”
Risk Focus is pleased to announce the release of our new FX validation rule package for our Trade Reporting Validator.
Under the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) was mandated to create new market structure and trade reporting rules for the U.S. derivatives market. CFTC derivatives regulations differ substantially from EMIR rules in Europe.
The Role of Swap Execution Facilities (SEFs) in Derivatives Trade Execution, Clearing and Reporting: Part 2
Under the CFTC’s SEF Rule, Swap Execution Facilities have the responsibility to report real time data and creation data of all swaps executed on their platform to a Swap Data Repository (SDR).