APA Connectivity is a new solution from Thomson Reuters designed to help firms comply with Mifid II trade reporting requirements.
Mifid II will force sell-side firms to unbundle research fees from dealing commissions they charge to buy-side clients. The banks claim their front-office notes meet the criteria of being a minor non-monetary benefit, but EU watchdogs aren’t convinced,…
Banks are increasingly adopting new machine learning techniques for compliance and surveillance, but should be wary of setting expectations too high.
While buy- and sell-side firms grapple with the reporting obligations imposed on so-called systematic internalizers under Mifid II, the number of registered SIs continues to grow. Jamie Hyman investigates why more firms are opting in to the designation…
Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.
ANNA’s DSB went into production on October 2. But it may be a race against time to onboard those users who require real-time API connectivity in time for Mifid II’s go-live date of January 3.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority is overhauling its core regulatory reporting requirements, which includes the modernization of the Economic and Financial Statistics data submissions required from Australian banks and various other…
Participants refuse to say whether reporting will begin as scheduled after a last-ditch delay effort was rejected by the SEC.
Technology provider expands Mifid II offering with launch of systematic internalizer data hub.
Thomson Reuters has enhanced the reference data tools on its DataScope platform with the aim of helping clients' Mifid II compliance efforts.
London Stock Exchange subsidiaries join forces for regulatory reporting tool ahead of SFTR.
Chairman criticizes European Commission proposals for clearinghouse oversight.
London-based NEX Regulatory Reporting plans to become an SFTR trade repository ahead of a dedicated reporting solution.
Anthony and James take a look at some of the biggest news events from the past week.
Andrew Dougherty of BNP Paribas Securities Services talks to WatersTechnology about this recent acquisition and what it means for unit going forward.
Systematic internalizer registry aims to help firms with trade reporting obligations under Mifid II.
It is looking increasingly likely that no consolidated tape provider will be authorized by the time Mifid II comes into force Jan. 3; regulators call lack of authorized CTP an “ongoing issue.”
The London Stock Exchange Group is working with APRI Systems to issue and maintain Legal Entity Identifiers in Australia and southeast Asia.
Tech vendor Axiom predicts hefty GDPR spend on contract analysis alone, launches compliance solution.
Burton-Taylor report shows spending on AML and KYC Data Solutions tops nearly $500 million as firms continue to invest in and adjust their KYC programs.
CME plans to launch futures on bitcoin in Q4 2017, while the FSB looks at AI as a threat.
The solution will provide firms with a complete, timestamped audit trail of their activity.
Emerging technology could fall outside the regulatory perimeter, and could be impossible for outsiders to fully comprehend.
The tone at this year's Esma conference was a little too positive when it came to Mifid II says John.