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March 26, 2014

Weekly Roundup | Post-Trade Processing, Market Infrastructure & Technology | 26 March 2014

Post-Trade Processing

Trade Reporting: Over the First Hurdle

The deadline for trade reporting mandated by the European Market Infrastructure Regulation was 12 February, and many institutions worked hard to meet it. In this webinar, Banking Technology, JWG and DTCC discuss how the industry has managed the transition and what challenges remain. Banking Technology: Trade Reporting: Over the First Hurdle.

 

Buy Side-Challenges Ahead for Trade Reporting

The dust is beginning to settle after the passing of the EMIR trade reporting deadline and many of our sell-side clients are getting to grips with the initial teething issues around data flows and data quality. Finextra: Buy Side-Challenges Ahead for Trade Reporting.

 

The OTC Dilemma: Is the Data Awesome?

There is a new film making the rounds where the evil ‘Lord Business’ locks up all the master builders in a think-tank and uses them to design his empire. Quite apart from giving JWG analysts a lot to laugh about, it’s a useful theme when exploring what is going on with OTC trade reporting. RegTechFS: The OTC Dilemma: Is the Data Awesome?

 

Majority of Emir Derivatives Reports Cannot be Matched, Say Repositories

Missing trade and entity identifiers mean up to 60% of derivatives trades reported under the Emir regime cannot be paired with their corresponding halves, say trade repositories. Risk: Majority of Emir Derivatives Reports Cannot be Matched, Say Repositories.

 

Europe Trade Reporting: Fines for All?

We asked a prominent city lawyer what current EMIR reporting issues could mean if the regulators chose to get nasty. RegTechFS: Europe Trade Reporting: Fines for All?

 

DTCC Did Not Anticipate Client 'Avalanche', Says Broderick

Sandy Broderick, chief executive of the DTCC's repository service, says "our major failure" was not being ready for a late surge of clients that left thousands of accounts in a queue when Europe's derivatives reporting rules took effect last month. Risk: DTCC Did Not Anticipate Client 'Avalanche', Says Broderick.

 

Better Late Than Never: CFTC Consults on Data Reporting Rules

Long aware of the need to improve its data collection and quality standards, on 19 March 2014 the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) published a request for public comment on Part 45 of its Swap Data Reporting rules.

 

The Consolidated Tape: A Consolidation of Data?

A European consolidated tape is indeed coming with MiFID II. But exactly how will all that fragmented data be joined up again to provide a consolidated view of trade transparency? Tabb Forum: The Consolidated Tape: A Consolidation of Data?

 

Market Infrastructure & Technology

Calypso Connects to DTCC GTR for EMIR Reporting

Platform provider Calypso Technology now interfaces with the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp.'s Global Trade Repository service for European Markets Infrastructure Regulation reporting. Securities Technology Monitor: Calypso Connects to DTCC GTR for EMIR Reporting.

 

Thomson Reuters Unveils Accelus Org ID for Know-Your-Customer

The managed KYC service came about via a partnership with banks, asset managers and regulators.

 

 


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