“This new platform lays the foundation for enhanced transparency into reported data, and for the clients who submitted it. A new portal will be launched following this release which will, over time, provide clients with additional access to and control of the data they have submitted to the GTR service,” says Oliver Williams, regional head of DTCC’s GTR business in Asia.
The new directives take effect October 1, 2018 and require firms to report equities and commodities transactions to MAS, in
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