A summary of some of the most significant developments year-to-date and the themes likely to impact transaction reporting work agendas for the rest of the year.
The Regulatory Reporting Hub of Deutsche Börse Group has launched a partnership with Risk Focus and its software subsidiary, RegTek.Solutions, headquartered in New York.
David Morris joins RegTek Solutions as Product Manager, based in London. David joins RegTek Solutions from UnaVista, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to the role.
Elena Gaetini spoke on a June 28th panel – “Drowning in MiFID II Data” – as part of a MiFID II seminar sponsored by CEPS in Brussels.
Risk Focus Inc., the leading provider of regulatory control and testing solutions for global trade and transaction reporting, today announced that it has signed up to UnaVista’s Partner Program.
Andy Green, Global Head of Business Development, discussed MiFID II Reporting in a recent Euromoney article.
While most regulatory changes will impact our .Trade solutions directly a number maybe extremely disruptive to clients and will require updates to Validate.Trade rules and functionality to help clients test their reporting solutions and monitor data quality through the calendar of change that lies ahead.
The EMSA recommendation of a one-year delay to MiFID compliance has done little to stem the ongoing flood of concern about trade reporting. While attendees at two key London conferences in December agreed that while project delays at their firms are likely, it was accepted that the regulatory programme would inevitably move forward.
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?”