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March 22, 2016

Rocket 6 Magazine – Blast Off Approaching

The team here at The OTC Space are pleased to announce the upcoming launch of Rocket 6.

The team here at The OTC Space are pleased to announce the upcoming launch of Rocket 6. With all original content, we're confident it's going to be popular; the last edition got lots of positive feedback. The launch date is set for April, and the following article titles provide a clue as to what can be expected:

OTC Space


  • Considerations for EMIR Category 2 entities: to front-load or back-load?: by Jaki Walsh
  • Selected regulatory deadlines: by Bill Hodgson
  • Anti-abuse legislation hits energy and commodity trading: by Aviv Handler
  • European Open Access: The Reality: By Bill Hodgson


  • ISDA Protocols: Turning rockets of remedy into weapons of mass data destruction?: by Akber Datoo




Risk Management

  • Initial Margin on Uncleared OTC Derivative Trades: The ISDA Standard Initial Margin Model ("SIMM"): by Peter Sime


  • Improved banking profitability hinges on IT transformation: by Peter Farley
  • Blockchain for traditional markets: hype, enhancement, disruption?: by Sergei Mayorov
  • Why data harmonisation is key to efficient and effective Trade and Transaction Reporting: by David Farmery
  • Climbing the regulatory reporting mountain: by Marc Gratacos


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If you do not receive a free copy of Rocket magazine, you can purchase a single issue of your choice (subject to availability), or a subscription, via The OTC Space Shop

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