The European Commission has yesterday adopted the measures under the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR), effectively setting the go-live date at Q2 2020.
Deal or no deal, the FCA and the other UK and EU regulators have a considerable job on their hands to ensure reporting data keeps flowing post-Brexit. Alan McIntyre, Senior BA and Industry Relations Lead at RegTek.Solutions, looks at the latest Consultation Paper on changes to the FCA handbook.
The prestigious accolade is an industry recognition of Validate.Trade for SFTR, the only independent data quality assurance solution for ESMA’s Securities Finance Transactions Regulation (SFTR).
The fifth part of the ‘SFTR Shorts’, a series of bite-sized discussions around various aspects of the Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR). Alan McIntyre, Senior BA and Industry Relations Lead at Regtek.Solutions drills into various aspects of the reporting requirements under SFTR and identifies some of the challenges that firms will need to consider.
RegTek Solutions and SmartStream Join to Offer Independent, Turnkey Reconciliation Solutions for Global Regulatory Reporting
SmartStream and RegTek Solutions join to offer independent, turnkey reconciliation solutions for global regulatory reporting.
#4/4 of Alan MnIntyre’s well-received ‘SFTR Shorts’ series.
ESMA’s Final Report has been published – what does that mean for your business, enterprise or institution?
Alan McIntyre discusses the European Commission’s upcoming EMIR Review.
Adding a MiFIR/MiFID II Module to Validate.Trade is one of the next big areas of investment for Report-it.Trade. We have already developed a beta version based on the original ESMA drafts. The recent version of ESMA’s MiFID II / MiFIR Regulatory technical implementing standards– Annex I (RTS) has some notable differences to the previous draft version from a Transaction Reporting perspective and, therefore, from a Data Validation perspective too. I have summarized the points impacting Validate.Trade below.