In the spirit of giving, Refinitiv's head of regulatory and market structure shares which regulations he's keeping an eye on in 2019.
The exchange’s main office in Europe will continue to be London.
The information and trading technology giant has registered a Netherlands-based entity for its trading platform.
Data shows drop in commission costs as unbundling rules take hold, furthering decline caused by electronic execution.
Reporting platforms told by regulator to substantially improve quality of publicly reported data.
Software vendor expands partnership with NEX APA for transparency requirements under Mifid II.
The exchange can now issue, renew and update LEIs via its online services website, ISEdirect.
Glitches and halts mark first few weeks of transparency requirements at systems operated by regulators.
Reporting platform began rejecting trade reports due to mismatched identifiers, banks say.
Fraught times at the Christmas table as tech specialists rush to implement last-minute changes.
Banks and trading venues will be given an extra six months to comply with LEI requirements
UnaVista builds tool to simulate requirements of US markets project.
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.
This service allows participants to comply with reporting obligations under FinfraG.
Demand for outsourced trade reporting solutions is driven by upcoming regulatory deadlines.
Market codes release shows over a dozen new entities registered in activity ramp-up
Banks and industry associations warn of havoc if current timeline is implemented
The Dutch sell-side institution looks to combine regulatory updates with trade and transaction reporting assistance.
Highly manual processes in a key European funding market may be forced to automate, industry group suggests.
Chris Davis explains why derivatives dealers are wary of new quoting requirements under Mifid II.
Misys is working with Broadridge on the platform, which will automate reporting ahead of new regulatory requirements
The Financial Instrument Reference Data System (FIRDS) will go live on July 17, 2017.
Torstone's transaction reporting clients can now send data to the London Stock Exchange's Approved Reporting Mechanism for MiFIR compliance.