French authorities ruled that certain trading practices were likely to have given false or misleading indications as to the supply and demand for certain financial instruments.
Company is confident that regulator will approve application
MiFID II and MiFIR will subject investment firms to more stringent trade reporting requirements. Brian Collings outlines the impact.
European regulators considering how to classify non-equity instruments
Avox's Mark Davies advises firms to be sure of data governance to handle identifiers for more transaction types
Regulator Launches Two Major Projects for MiFID and EMIR
Panel at OpRisk North America discusses how regulations like Basel have forced banks to take another look at their approach to data.
It is still unclear whether ARMs such as Bloomberg's will help firms hit their reporting deadlines.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has levied a fine of £4.7 million (approximately $7.8 million) on Deutsche Bank for submitting nearly 30 million incorrect trading reports over a number of years.
Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua reported live via Twitter on the first panel in the reference data stream of the North American Financial Information Summit on May 21
Jersey City-based IPC Systems, a provider of trading communication technology, and T-Ware Connect, the North American arm of global call compliance technology provider TeleWare Group, have announced an alliance that will offer capital markets firms in-network...
A new module providing legal and credit information now sits alongside the know-your-customer and standing settlement instruction data functionality of iMeta's Assassin platform
Thomson Reuters has launched Accelus Org ID, a new platform to support financial institutions and their clients increase the efficiency and reduce the costs associated with complying with Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements.
In January, European political authorities provisionally agreed on a package of reforms to securities markets that will have deep consequences for financial services firms. As the technical work can now get underway, James looks at the challenges ahead...
During a roundtable discussion hosted by Rimes Technologies, senior representatives from asset management firms discussed the data governance challenges facing them. From controlling data and managing regulatory change to securing board-level support,...
The messaging provider says daily feeds of reference data files from the SwiftRef platform will help firms avoid the cost of manually updating data themselves
One of the largest multilateral trading facility (MTF) operators, BATS Global Markets, has received approval from UK regulators to change the designation of BATS Chi-X Europe to a Recognized Investment Exchange (RIE).
Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on March 27, 2013 to discuss the operational and technology challenges facing firms in light of the largest regulatory overhaul in recent memory, which is radically changing the way in which global...
Talk about a third iteration of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive may be slightly premature, but it’s more than background noise at the moment. Given the weight of regulatory reform under way, James asks if the industry can take more wholesale...
The counterparty data vendor says the number of entities it has validated in the past 12 months has increased by a quarter to 1,053,085, as firms seek to comply with new data-intensive regulatory initiatives
Highlights from Waters' opinion pieces over the past year.
Proposals would set up an independent body to administer data capture and licensing, and commercial policies for European pre- and post-trade tapes.
While the rest of Europe continues to suffer from the ongoing financial crisis, the Nordic markets have been a relative safe haven, benefiting from technological savvy to enjoy steady growth. By Steve Dew-Jones