While being interviewed by Joanna Wright for Waters, Andy Green weighs in on the reporting detail required by ESMA – and why it is necessary.
What have our most recent group of interns had to say?
Imagine an ‘invitation-only’ event to correct your industry – who would you invite, and how would you make the world a better place?
An Lloyd Alman article was featured in The OTC Spac, “A Systemic Approach to Staying Ahead of Regulations.”
Risk Focus CEO, Brian Lynch, was selected to be the lead article on the Global Trading website.
Validate.Trade, Release 1.12.3 contains Pre-UAT Rules for 10 Canadian Provinces & Territories that the DTCC GTR will make available in UAT on May 18, 2016.
Alan McIntyre discusses recent developments in CFTC reporting of OTC derivatives implemented under the Dodd-Frank act.
There are a number of other interrelated regulations in the United States and Europe which significantly affect the trading, reporting and IT infrastructure investments of firms active in the derivatives markets.
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2004/39/EC (MiFID) is European Union regulation for investment services across the 31 European countries (EU, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein). MiFID was written prior to EMIR and overlaps with EMIR’s derivatives trading and reporting obligations in many respects. MiFID also conflicts with some of EMIR’s requirements, particularly in the use of Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs).