The push to expand oversight of US CCPs is “a clear breach” of 2016 equivalence deal, Quintenz says.
The head of the US depository system says the utility will not exist in its current form, but will have a central role to play in a post-DLT world.
CPMI's report says existing technology is sufficient at present to deliver the benefits of digital currencies, without introducing new risks.
Mario Draghi says European authorities must have direct supervision of non-EU CCPs
The forecasting tool will enable traders to identify movements and liquidity, while helping risk and compliance staff to adjust models based on market events.
European regulator takes step toward forcing clearinghouses to disclose exactly how they calculate risk and collateral requirements for trades.
The exchange expects to release the proposed timing for transition for market feedback by the end of March 2018.
Market participants express concern over potential risks these contracts could pose to clearinghouses, as exchanges self-certify contracts for trading.
Axel Pierron of Opimas looks at five blockchain projects set to go live in 2018 that the industry should keep an eye on.
Chairman criticizes European Commission proposals for clearinghouse oversight.
Anthony and James take a look at some of the biggest news events from the past week.
IHS Markit, in conjunction with CLS and LCH, will automate post-trade processes for complex currency derivatives but is looking at the entire market.
Clearinghouse operator makes US head new COO as it suggests it could move to the US post-Brexit if forced.
While at Sibos Toronto, James shares some interviews covering topics on blockchain, fintechs and cybersecurity.
Elements of the market consider capitalizing on the momentum gained after its recent T+2 move.
Trade Information Warehouse will go live with new blockchain-based system late next year.
Market participants are also concerned about the industry's ability to introduce changes such as instant settlement.
The French bank looks to make a "big" acquisition, and will go live with an internal blockchain for corporate actions within "weeks."
As Europe completes its plan for cross-border settlement, the European Central Bank decides on the future of the T2S platform.
Nasdaq has unified the central securities depositories of three Baltic nations, entering them into the Target2-Securities platform as a single entity.
"It took 20 years to get consensus to move to T+2, but just three years from the inception of the technical working group to implementation."
Joakim Strid joins the podcast to discuss how Nasdaq is deploying machine-learning techniques for surveillance. Then Emilia David joins the podcast to discuss T+2’s launch in the US, Canada, Mexico and Peru.
Blockchain provides easier communication between parties and boasts an immutable record of transactions, but it remains immature.
Talk of shortening the settlement cycle further is premature and ignores the upheaval it would cause.