Responding to Canadian Regulators' Wider Reporting Requirements

Avox's Mark Davies advises firms to be sure of data governance to handle identifiers for more transaction types

Mark Davies, general manager and head of Avox

Almost one year since the use of legal entity identifiers (LEIs) for derivatives reporting began in Canada, regulators in the market are now turning their attention to fixed-income trades, similar to their counterparts in Europe who are putting the finishing touches to the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), which extends the reporting requirement to all transactions, including debt securities transactions, using LEIs.

As mandated by the Investment Industry Regulatory

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