A recent EU-backed report has presented what might be the most viable governance model yet for the controversial project.
The exchange is improving the technical functionality of its Sustainable Bond Network, which launched in December.
The central bank's report on the future of post trade will face the same competitive interests that have hindered previous attempts at eliminating inefficiencies and bringing automation to the back office.
With regulators slow to answer industry questions relating to how a CT should be built and what it's for, development has slowed.
Esma will use the submitted responses to draft its advice on market data costs and the European consolidated tape, which will be presented to the European Commission in December.
Data collection allows greater visibility into research practices on the buy side while aiding the sell side in price setting for research.
Amelia Axelsen investigates how buy-side cynicism of Mifid II's systematic internalizer regime could be cured through education.
EC likeliness to finalize standards in the coming weeks refocuses the spotlight on SFTR and what technology is available to help firms comply.
Lee has a background in regulatory reporting and SFTR, including leading an ICMA taskforce on SFTR.
Trade body says any forced move could increase risks and costs for derivatives users
It seems inevitable that trading is destined for the screen, but that shouldn't remove the human element entirely
Highly manual processes in a key European funding market may be forced to automate, industry group suggests.
Two firms look to improve post-trade efficiency.
Euroclear Bank, Eurex Clearing and Clearstream have agreed an interoperability framework, allowing access to each other's infrastructure in an attempt to ease collateral flow across European borders and increase efficiency in the tri-party repo market.
Reporting requirements for Solvency II present major challenges for third-party administrators, who must provide new data elements and keep an eye on the data costs their insurance clients may have to pay, writes Nicholas Hamilton