With the uncleared margin rules deadline extended, firms have an additional year to prepare, but they must do so while navigating the coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout.
As the final phase of the IM implementation for non-cleared derivatives has been split into two parts, questions emerge on whether tech preparations will stall.
As global banks seek to promote trade finance as an investable asset class to the buy side, the sector’s lack of technology and data infrastructure have come to light.
Tech providers are emerging from all corners as the final phases of initial margin rules closes in, which are expected to capture over 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms over the next 18 months.
The final phases of initial margin rules are expected to capture over the next two years more than 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms, which technology providers see as potential customers.
As the January 2016 deadline passes the 2.5-year mark, regulators are sounding the alarm about a lack of compliance with BCBS 239's 14 RDARR principles as banks grapple with the meaning of data governance. Amelia Axelsen talks with data experts about why…
The bank is able to use the same platform for multiple regulatory reporting requirements.
New solution for standardized approach for measuring counterparty credit risk exposures (SA-CCR) to ease pressure from Basel regulatory reforms.
Panel at OpRisk North America discusses how regulations like Basel have forced banks to take another look at their approach to data.
Delays and changes to the Basel III rules, including lower minimums for liquidity, are revealing gaps in what was once seemingly watertight regulation. Michael says the architects of the rules are losing the benefit of the doubt.
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