Acadia, the industry provider of integrated risk management services for the derivatives community, today announced its partnership with Arteria AI, an end-to-end digital contracting company. Arteria AI uses artificial intelligence and a data-first approach to streamline contracting services by digitizing contracts as structured data from drafting all the way through to execution.
Prior to entering into OTC derivatives contracts your firm needs to know facts about your potential counterparty including:
The continuing restrictions imposed on firms due to government guidelines on coronavirus (COVID-19) safe practice are having a knock-on effect on the finalising of legal documentation, particularly in respect of signatures.
Three companies – international legal practice Allen & Overy, business information provider IHS Markit and SmartDX™ from customer communications management leader Smart Communications™ – have come together to launch Margin Xchange™, a new product for the derivatives market.
A new book on the ISDA 2016 VM CSA provides useful background on regulation, and shows how to implement an English Law or New York Law CSA.
As seems to become clearer as time passes, there might not be too many alternatives for the UK’s financial sector if the UK wishes to gain access to the single market post-Brexit. In fact, the EU recently rejected many of the solutions that the UK still clings to when it finally granted Norway permanent access to the markets. Judging from that experience, the EEA solution presents itself as the least unrealistic of the UK’s options.
The team here at The OTC Space are pleased to announce the availability of the downloadable PDF edition of Rocket 10 (in the attachments section below). Formatted in landscape to fit your computer or portable device screen, this edition contains inside information on what's happening in the industry. The PDF is attached below, and contains a great set of articles from previous and new authors.
Following our successful webinar here is a high quality video recording of the event. We covered the lifecycle of work from re-papering to implementation and operational aspects of margin agreements.
The OTC Derivatives Summit of the Global Fixed Income Institute is an annual event which has now been running for over ten years. Those in the know refer to the Summit informally as the Pennyhill Park event – where a group of the most senior buy- and sell-side individuals debate (in private) the latest challenges running an OTC derivatives business.