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Mifid II’s ‘Free’ Data Lockdown

Traders say Mifid II transparency is failing partly as a result of questionable practices by trading venues and APAs, which publish pre- and post-trade data, and that the data is not always available to the public for free as the law requires

Global Fragmentation Looms in FRTB Data Pooling Stand-Off

The upcoming FRTB market risk framework allows financial firms to take different approaches to non-modelable risk factors: either capitalize risk factors that lack observable pricing in-house, or use a vendor-run data pooling utility. But, as Dan…

Mind the Governance Gap: Data Key to SEC Modernization Compliance

Good data governance plans will be key to compliance with new sweeping legislative changes from the SEC. But for those who haven’t established effective data governance practices—and even for many who have—the changes could prove a steep and arduous…

SmartStream Shifts Strategy on SI Data

Smartstream RDU, which had previously announced it would take a utility approach to centralizing and sharing SI data, announces an SI Registry in collaboration with six APAs.

Esma Probes APAs Amid Mifid Trade Data Issues

Approved Publication Arrangements—a critical component in the new Mifid II European markets regulation—may be falling short of their requirements under the new transparency rules, and have drawn Esma’s attention. By Samuel Wilkes, with additional…

Chat Rooms and Trading Floors

“We’re a more socially-connected world, there have been advances in compliances controls, and there have been changes in social norms."

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