Singer Taps Torstone Technology for MiFID II Solution

UK-based N+1 Singer selects Torstone’s InfernoRC module to comply with transaction reporting requirements under MiFID II.

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Torstone, a London-based post-trade securities and derivatives processing provider, announced in March that it was live-testing the module with clients. InfernoRC provides for MiFID II’s wider range of financial instruments and disclosure of mandatory data. The module sources and validates data, as well as accounting for data security, privacy and quality requirements. It also enables transaction reporting to multiple ARMs.

N+1 Singer’s chief executive officer, Tim Cockroft, says the company ha

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