SFTR is just around the corner. With over 150 data fields included, much of this data new to trading desks and operations teams, it is crucial for firms impacted by SFTR to improve and gain control over the quality of their data ahead of the implementation date. During a webinar hosted at our London offices on March 13th, we gathered insights from some of the industry’s most influential experts to help you get ahead of the game and hear perspectives from every angle.
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.
Why Build when you can Buy? MiFID II, SFTR, ongoing updates to EMIR – proven technology innovators are leading the charge to ‘make-over’ trade and transaction reporting.
Alan McIntyre discusses his recent creation of the SFTR Transaction Reporting Group.
Andy Green, Global Head of Business Development, discussed MiFID II Reporting in a recent Euromoney article.
Validate.Trade will now support CME Group’s European Trade Repository (ETR) European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) reporting validations.
For the first time in my 25+ year capital markets technology career, a group that traditionally has had the clunkiest systems and the smallest budget is suddenly in the spotlight – post-trade trade reporting. Historically, there was no P&L benefit to speeding up or radically improving post-trade reporting – once trades were processed the pressure was off. This has all changed with the current wave of regulation, which is requiring banks to streamline trade reporting like never before.
The European Markets Infrastructure Regulations (EMIR) derivatives trade reporting rules went into effect on February 12, 2014. Derivatives trading entities incorporated in the EU and their overseas branches are required to report the details of their derivatives transactions to an authorized Trade Repository (TR).
Minor differences in counterparty and trade identifiers can make the same trade appear to be different when applying the EMIR regulatory reporting rules automatically.