Templates allow for data aggregation and distribution of KIDs
Under Mifid II, asset managers will be responsible for fulfilling their own trade and transaction reporting requirements.
With MiFID II just 12 months away, Max previews this issue of Inside Data Management's focus on the upcoming European regulation.
Depending on their activities, MiFID II's regulatory requirements could still impact firms in Asia.
In a multi-timezone, pan-European marketplace, the accuracy of timing sources and timestamps will be an important factor in maintaining orderly, transparent markets.
MiFID II expands the scope of trade and transaction reporting requirements, leaving some firms struggling to comply.
A key component of MiFID II is a pan-European consolidated tape. Yet the regulators' preferred option of an industry-led solution has yet to appear.
Dan and Anthony celebrate the one-year anniversary of the podcast.
CFTC's chairman says a rule needs to be in place.
Supervisory reporting taxonomy updated to improve reporting features validation rules.
CFTC commissioner will look to make reforms to help foster fintech growth.
Thesys choice upsets the status quo.
This move is part of a larger data management overhaul at Raymond James.
Vendor selected from 31 bidders to build, implement and maintain the Consolidated Audit Trail.
Former director at the Québec regulator, Autorité des marchés financiers, to oversee compliance at DTCC’s European global trade repository business.
“It is important for regulators to become comfortable with the new technologies serving the industries they oversee.”
The announcement of which firm will be responsible for building the massive audit trail could come as soon as tomorrow.
Bloomberg analysts have different tales to tell for 2017 when it comes to regulatory oversight for asset managers in the US and Europe.
Does regulation drive innovation or vice-versa? Or is it more important to have both working in tandem?
A survey of 234 asset managers reveals that only 13 percent intend to continue paying for research from all top nine investment banks under Mifid II.
The bank is one of a number of firms that have chosen the Bloomberg solution for collateral management and reconciliation.
The switch is being made in an effort to attract foreign investors, according to a Reuters report.
Investment banks sign up for Approved Publication Arrangement (APA) service for post-trade reporting transparency.
The solution will help firms determine whether certain derivatives fall in scope of the Section 871(m) tax law, and calculates withholding details.