The new division is tasked with identifying new areas for standardization.
Buy-side firms using AcadiaSoft for Simm calculations must adopt the ORE XML data format.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Keith Tippell (pictured) who joins CLS as head of product.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
Financial firms are pushing for a distributed market infrastructure model through efforts like Isda's Common Domain Model and distributed ledger technology.
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.
Data from Esma shows that just 40% of swaps trade reports match under two-sided reporting regime.
The event specification module will allow for a common DAML library that references machine-executable trade lifecycle events.
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.
Isda joins forces with AcadiaSoft as the industry prepares for the final phases of the initial margin deadlines.
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.
NEX will provide connectivity to the Capitolis novation platform through NEX Infinity.
The new service will help firms struggling with the complex calculation requirements resulting from the implementation of new initial margin calculation rules by ISDA.
Waters examines some of the most important events in financial technology of the past 25 years.
The electronic blueprint sets out a standardized framework for the derivatives trading lifecycle.
Isda is hoping that the CDM will bring increased automation and efficiency to the derivatives market, and has tapped a fintech startup, REGnosys, to lead the project.
2018 is the year when large numbers of participants in the derivatives market expect to see emerging technologies being integrated into their existing technology ecosystems
The influence of regulation and new technology is prompting a hard look at how post-trade processes can be improved, and perhaps even replaced entirely.
The European Commission and the wider industry are turning their eyes to post-trade practices
A last-ditch plea to regulators to take a lenient approach once the variation margin requirements come into effect may fall on deaf ears.
On March 1 this year, a new set of requirements for variation margins on derivatives trades take effect that will affect nearly all market participants across both cleared and non-cleared derivatives. In the run-up to the deadline, John Brazier finds…