Not a small project - defining the products and product lifecycle of the entire OTC market
The team here at The OTC Space are pleased to announce the availability of the downloadable PDF edition of Rocket 9 featuring four articles on Uncleared Margin Regulation plus 8 articles on a regulation, trading, clearing and post-trade. Get your free copy here, and send one to your colleagues.
A great deal of change is coming to the collateral management world over the next few years. With mandatory clearing and non cleared margining already well on their way to implementation, a good deal of firms whose relationship with collateral management may well be tangential will need to start thinking about it. Specifically Tier 2 banks, corporates, pension funds and buy-side firms will either need to expand or create their collateral management capability in order to satisfy regulation. Implementation of regulation is on a sliding scale all the way to 2020, so understanding when your operations will be hit is key.
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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.