Acuiti has today launched the Proprietary Trading Management Insight Report, a new product aimed at senior executives from the global proprietary trading community.
ISDA and eight other trade associations representing a broad group of market participants sent a letter to European Commission (EC) commissioner Mairead McGuiness, requesting that the EC extend its equivalence decision for UK central counterparties.
ISDA has launched a new digital documentation platform, aimed at improving the ability of firms to efficiently access and navigate ISDA documents. Called ISDA MyLibrary, the platform has been developed in conjunction with Kinetix Trading Solutions and Linklaters>Nakhoda
AFME outlines the regulatory framework needed to support banks as they adopt new technologies such as crypto-assets, artificial intelligence and cloud computing, harness the value from data, and address the challenges of cybersecurity and operational resilience.
The FIX EMEA trading conference takes place virtually on 18th September.
It will look at the most pressing issues facing the institutional trading community and provide a neutral platform for buy-side, sell-side, exchanges, vendors and regulators to share their ideas on how the community can continue to collaborate.
Designed to appeal to all asset classes, the agenda will maintain a great balance of topics across multiple asset classes.
Presentations and panels will look at -
ISDA and the International Securities Lending Association (ISLA) have agreed to closely collaborate on two key initiatives to deliver digital solutions to their respective memberships in a consistent and cost-effective way.
ISDA has today published a report that summarizes the final responses to its consultation on the implementation of pre-cessation fallbacks for derivatives referenced to LIBOR.
AFME has published a new piece of research on the “Initial impact of COVID-19 on Europe’s capital markets”. The report analyses the impact of COVID-19 across equities, fixed income, FX, derivatives, and banks.
The main finding is that European capital markets have continued to operate well following the outbreak of COVID-19, with liquidity ranging from very good to mixed, depending on the sector. There have been record volumes of new issuance in certain sectors.
The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) has released a new paper which highlights the minimal use of the cloud among capital markets firms - with over two-thirds of AFME members questioned estimating that only 1 - 10% of their bank’s current workload was using some level of public cloud.