Regulators 2.0: Embrace Tech or Be Overwhelmed by Data

To handle the massive increases in data volumes expected from Mifid II regulation and the US Consolidated Audit Trail, regulators are examining their own data governance and technology use, report Joanne Faulkner and Kirsten Hyde.

“Regulators are preparing and embracing the massive change that is coming with new pieces or legislation and the new datasets that will become available to them,” said Olga Petrenko, market integrity senior officer at pan-European regulator the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma), speaking at Inside Data Management’s European Financial Information Summit in London in September.

Since the implementation of the original Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) in 2007, the

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