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As the implementation of EMIR continues, financial firms must analyze their ability to comply with valuation and collateral reporting requirements coming into effect in August, writes Nicholas Hamilton
Demand for granular data is being driven by global regulation and standards efforts. Michael Shashoua covers some Asia-Pacific viewpoints about the reporting demands that these rules create, and their built-in jurisdictional issues
Credit teams face tremendous operational stress on both sides of the Street, while new kinds of data governance schema and advanced analytics are popping up, helping them to cope. A quartet of buy-side and sell-side technologists give their take on where...
Arlington, Va.-based investment bank FBR found itself in freefall during and after the mortgage crisis. CIO Tim Wood’s job description changed dramatically, from builder to cost-cutter. By putting his business skills to the test, he made dramatic but...
As regulations continue to reshape the global financial marketplace, single-dealer platforms are being forced to rethink how they operate. Influenced by ever-increasing consumer use of technology and social media, and determined to put their clients in...
Since February 12, parties to derivative trades in Europe have been obliged to report transactions to designated repositories. But with an unsteady launch, complaints about tough regulatory deadlines, and varying quality in the data reported, buy-side...
Fatca regulation tax withholding is almost here, and industry experts outlined the burden firms are preparing to bear in a recent SIX Financial Information-sponsored discussion. Michael Shashoua reports on the data considerations and methods raised
Data governance efforts, in early stages for many firms, require navigation of the divide between business and IT units, as well as cost, data quality and value concerns. Michael Shashoua reports on a discussion held during a March 6 webcast
Crowd computing is an operating model that brings together freelance workers, subject matter experts and automation tools. For data vendors, it could be a cost effective way to expand their content and harness big data, writes Nicholas Hamilton
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The over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market is in the midst of a global regulatory restructure. Authorities in Europe, Asia and the US are currently...
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