SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, has announced the release of its pioneering Auto-Trade Reconstruction technology, which reduces the time it takes for a firm to reconstruct a trade from days to seconds.
Under MiFID II, MAR, Dodd-Frank and other global regulations, authorised firms can be asked by the regulator to reproduce the records that relate to a trade or client order - typically regulators require this information within 72 hours.
SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, has partnered with Margin Reform, a management and information technology consultancy in the margin, collateral, and legal space, to support the consultancy's clients with best-of-breed compliance and regulatory reporting solutions.
Margin Reform will offer SteelEye's RegTech suite to its financial clients as they address the challenges of the evolving regulatory landscape.
SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, was last week recognised as the 'Best Trade Reporting Solution' by the TradingTech Insight Awards USA. This is the fourth award SteelEye has received in two months by the financial industry in Europe and the USA.
The four awards are for:
SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, has been selected by Ardent Financial, a new FCA authorised Securities Dealer, to provide MiFID II and MAR compliance services.
Launched on 8th June, Ardent Financial wanted to use modern best-of-breed tools for compliance from day one. Automation was a top priority, but they also wanted a unified platform which would increase efficiency and allow them to manage, oversee, mitigate, and prevent regulatory risk for a wide range of regulations and obligations.
Cloud9 Technologies, a leader in cloud-based communications, has integrated with SteelEye, a leading regulatory technology and data analytics provider, to offer the institutional marketplace an efficient solution to manage their regulatory and surveillance obligations for voice trade data.
SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, and UnaVista, the regulatory reporting platform from London Stock Exchange Group, today announced a partnership to support financial firms with best-in-class reporting services as they migrate from CME's European Trade Repository (TR) and NEX Abide regulatory reporting services, which will close in November 2020.
NICE Actimize has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Guardian Analytics, the provider of an AI cloud-based financial crime risk management solutions. Powered by the cloud, Guardian Analytics simplifies deployments and ongoing operations, optimising operational resource efficiency.
The acquisition is expected to close in Q4 2020.
Andrew Hauser, Executive Director for Markets at the Bank of England gave a speech giving deep insights into the behaviour of the global markets during the early part of this year. The full transcript with charts is available to download.
A new regulatory timetable has emerged due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The recent announcements of a delayed commencement to UMR (Uncleared Margin Rules) and SFTR (Securities Financing Transactions Regulation) allows for clients to utilise the extra time that they have been given. Tie in the timelines for CSDR (Central Securities Depositories Regulations) and Interbank Offered Rates (IBORs) transition and it is now the future that looks very busy and preparing properly is critical
SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, has been recognised as the Best Solution for Records Retention in the RegTech Insight Awards 2020. These awards highlight the work of leading RegTech firms in the form of solutions, services and consultancy, with winners selected via a two-step process in which a judging panel selects a shortlist before polls are opened for market participants to vote for their preferred suppliers.
CME Group has confirmed that it will close its NEX Regulatory Reporting and Abide Financial division by 30th November this year.
In a statement, CME Group said that following its acquisition of NEX in November 2018, it had evaluated its business portfolio and decided to close down the operations of part of its regulatory services.
CME will retain its United States (CFTC) Swap Data Repository and its Canadian Trade Repository services.