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Where else can you get such useful insight into the OTC markets for free? Articles in Rocket 7 cover MiFID II Data Quality, Staying Ahead of Reporting Regulations, Concerns about Meeting the Bilateral Margin Regulations Deadlines, The Role of your OMS, Automated Documentation Tools, The ISDA Working Group on Uncleared Margin Regulations, All-to-All Trading, and more.
There is no end of research extoling the grim realities or lamenting the high costs and negative impacts of Trade and Transaction Reporting, unfortunately, it’s not going away. We thought it was time to explore the positive perspective. In this live event we have asked 4 firms with varying stakes in the Trade and Transaction Reporting domain to discuss the perceived, achieved and potential positives to be gained from this unavoidable obligation.
The Summit for Asset Management (TSAM) speaks for itself; hosting numerous co-located conferences across major financial hubs globally – including New York, Boston and London. OTC Space registered readers can take advantage of a special 20% discount.
Our video library is building up, we just added four more today from the TFE/OTCS breakfast briefing we ran on April 7th. The library currently contains:
The PDF (downloadable) edition of Rocket is now available, including articles on ISDA Protocols, The Future of Trading, Indirect Clearing, Front and Back Loading, Anti-Abuse Legislation, MIFID Open Access, Portfolio Compression, The ISDA SIMM (Initial Margin) Model, Systems Transformation, Data Harmonisation for Trade Reporting, The Regulatory Reporting Mountain, Diversity in Banking, and a really useful piece from our Russian correspondant on Blockchain.
Finally, the EU Commission has published the delegated regulation on organizational requirements, including thresholds for systematic internalisation (SI), inter alia.
If your point of reference is ESMA’s technical advice back from December 2014, you will see some unwanted surprises. However, if you had a chance to look at the leaked version late in 2015, you may feel some relief now.