Large Trade Reporting Rules Promote Centralized Data Models


Reporting requirements for large traders issued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on July 26 will require firms whose trading is above certain daily or monthly share or value thresholds to strengthen their data governance capabilities, and move away from decentralized reference data management operations models, according to Chicago-based Matthew Schlatter, securities practice information strategy leader at Deloitte Consulting.

“This [regulatory request] places additional stress

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