Timothy Massad, chairman of the CFTC, spoke at Sefcon VI about changes regulators are working on surrounding SEFs.
At this year's Buy-Side Technology North America conference, panelists discussed the buy side's changing role in the markets and regulators' reassessment of risk.
Panelists at the Chicago Trading and Technology Summit discuss the possibility of large, public cloud providers taking some compliance pressures off firms.
Centralized platform aims to simplify reporting process
Regulator levies its first SEF violation for fake trading, but no financial penalty is attached.
Anthony Malakian speaks with industry participants to see how the messaging space has evolved and whether Symphony-or Bloomberg-have cause for concern.
Wetjen's resignation becomes effective August 28.
Action will yield analysis to be provided to IOSCO's CPMI efficiency unit
Three Canadian provinces go live this month with trade reporting for non-dealer counterparties
Reconsidering a tried, old regulatory tradition
A TabbForum panel looked at anonymity in the swaps market.
Giancarlo stresses improvements need to be made to CFTC regulations
Margin Calculation Module geared toward firms a large derivatives presence,
Niche swap dealers will need to create systems for newest SEC rule
A panel of industry experts discussed the impact regulation of OTC derivative trading will have and what the future holds for the market at 2014's Buy-Side Technology North American Summit.
Bart Chilton, one of the commission's most vocal opponents of high-frequency trading (HFT) during his time with the regulator, will now serve as an advisor to Modern Markets Initiative (MMI), a group which advocates on behalf of and is backed by a quartet...
O'Malia as the new Isda CEO less than two days after resignation from US regulator made public
US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) commissioner, Scott O'Malia, has announced in a letter addressed to President Barack Obama that he will resign next month.
Terry Arbit, former deputy general counsel for legislative and intergovernmental affairs at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and now partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, gave attendees at this morning's Waters Breakfast Briefing a first-hand...
Philosophers and authors may dismiss consistency as an overrated refuge for unimaginative minds, but when it comes to industrial strength data quality efforts, it proves to be a necessity.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission has begun speaking to other regulators about the possibility of creating a standard structure for a global unique transaction identifier
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's Scott O'Malia says regulator must improve swaps data quality, and develop automated surveillance and risk analytics tools
Unique trade identifiers have quickly emerged as the most complicated element of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation’s trade reporting requirements, which came into effect on February 12. Nicholas Hamilton finds out why using the new identifier...
With provisional agreement on the Mifid II text by European political authorities, electronic execution of derivatives is set to spread over the Atlantic Ocean in the near future. In terms of equivalence, interoperability, and mutual recognition, how...