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The Field Effect SFTR services update December 2018

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The Field Effect SFTR services update December 2018

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Predictions for 2019: Brexit and geopolitics

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Alasdair Haynes, founder and CEO, Aquis Exchange

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Predictions for 2019: Trading and technology

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Miles Kumaresan, CEO, WaveLabs

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Predictions for 2019: Trading and regulation

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Matthew McLoughlin, head of trading, Liontrust Asset Management

Looking back on 2018 I think we can all agree that we achieved a great amount as an industry.  That being said, I don’t see things slowing down in 2019.  Brexit will obviously be in the headlines and will continue to take up a lot of resource on buy-side, sell-side and execution venues alike.  Regulatory and political developments, particularly on periodic auctions, tick-size regimes, mid-point trading and SIs have the capacity to change market structure yet again in 2019. 

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SFTR – Call to action

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Following the announcement by the European Commission on the 13th December that they are progressing with the ratification of the SFTR reporting requirements, there it is expected to be a 3-month parliamentary approval process, then the reporting go-live date will be Q2 2020 for the first phase of reporting firms.

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SFTR – Call to action

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Following the announcement by the European Commission on the 13th December that they are progressing with the ratification of the SFTR reporting requirements, there it is expected to be a 3-month parliamentary approval process, then the reporting go-live date will be Q2 2020 for the first phase of reporting firms.

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RegTek bids farewell to 2018, another successful year and more to come in 2019

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20 December 2018, London & New York: Just two years on from launch in January 2017, RegTek.Solutions, the provider of global regulatory reporting solutions, confirms its market-leading position with an extended client footprint, new and enhanced products and the addition of key hires.

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SGX goes live with LSE’s post-trade technology

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The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has gone live with a new post-trade platform provided by the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) technology arm.

LSEG Technology recently implemented a new settlement and central securities depository (CSD) on the SGX, building on a centralised post-trade clearing solution already provided to the exchange.

The new functionality will enable the SGX to align to global market practices, messaging standardisation, and the introduction of a T+2 settlement cycle for the Singapore market.

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