Outsourcing reporting could create technological dependencies that could add to firms’ problems in the future.
Many fear performance scenarios will remain misleading and expose providers to mis-selling claims.
Authorization enables Bloomberg to continue servicing its EU27 client base following Brexit.
The integrated offering will enable Nordic institutions to automate KYC and customer onboarding processes more effectively.
Fintech hires SFTR specialist and beefs up its reporting tool.
Months away from the UK’s departure from the EU, much of the industry is still in the dark over operational requirements post-Brexit, and time is running out.
The green light will enable the firms to continue serving their EU27 clients following Brexit.
The EU's market cops have urged the adoption of a unified approach to crypto assets across member states.
The trade reporting provider will have authorization to serve Switzerland's derivatives market.
Failure to comply by 2020 will result in EU supervised entities’ inability to invest in products that reference benchmarks not approved by Esma.
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Data management is more about striving than finalizing.
Steve Hamilton joins the crypto start-up ahead of its digital securities exchange launch next year.
The expanded data collection efforts are a response to changes in fixed income trading practices and increased volatility.
Nearly one year on from the fundamental changes to Europe’s trading rulebook brought about by Mifid II, its overall impact is still unclear. Although experts talk of greater transparency in the markets, it’s had its share of issues, some of which are…
The EU-headquartered trade repository is seeking approval from the FCA to continue servicing its UK clients post-Brexit.
Although there were reported glitches after Mifid II went live with the Market Data Processor (MDP), the FCA signed on for bigger projects with the company that built the platform.
The company will expand to the US as regulatory changes are putting pressure on costs for clients.