Regulation

Assessing the Interdependencies

The banking crisis provided the industry with a wake-up call, especially in relation to the need for an understanding of the risks associated with OTC derivatives. But this is no easy task, explains London Market Systems' Martin Sexton

ISDA Delays FpML Version 5.0

NEW YORK-The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) has delayed the release of version 5.0 of its derivatives trading communication protocol, the Financial products Markup Language (FpML), as it extends coverage to collateral management.

Pushing for Change

The standardization of corporate actions at the issuer level is a vital area for the industry to address. Carla Mangado explores whether exchanges could do more and what 2010 will bring in corporate actions standardization

A Fine Climate

The reference data community has long been under pressure from ryegulators, but there has been a lack of sizeable fines for failure to meet data requirements. This is now changing. Tine Thoresen discovers that the market can expect to see increased…

XBRL: The Corporate Actions Solution?

The much-discussed data tagging standard, extensible business reporting language (XBRL), is increasingly referred to as an upcoming turning point for the corporate actions industry, helping to standardize announcements at the source level. Carla Mangado…

XBRL Marks the Spot

Regulators are increasingly embracing the use of extensible business reporting language (XBRL), which means a growing amount of financial data will be tagged and easily accessible. Carla Mangado explores how widespread use of data tagging could affect…

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