May 21, 2014
Weekly Roundup | Trading & Risk Management | 21 May 2014
A recent article in Risk Magazine (subs required) reports that banks traders are allegedly taking large positions in derivatives markets in order to move underlying spot markets just before structured products pay out to clients.
Three months into the post-MAT [Made Available to Trade] era, derivatives users are becoming acclimated to trading on swap execution facilities and are looking to broaden the types of SEFs in which they participate
Following on from yesterday's article, Bloomberg SDR is now Live, I will look at what we can learn from the first trading days data. Using both our SEFView and SDRView products. First a quick re-cap on these. SEFView SEFView sources data from each of the 20+ SEF websites.
Platform says FCA encouraged UK interdealer brokers to seek QMTF designation.
The London Stock Exchange Group is extending its control of LCH.Clearnet by cutting more costs and renegotiating a key profit-sharing agreement with other stakeholders in the clearing house. The exchanges operator said reported full-year revenues to March 31 rose 50 per cent to nearly £1.1bn while adjusted operating profit rose 20 per cent to £514.7m.
I bumped into an old industry friend last week. We got talking about the state of the industry generally and agreed that everyone is having to take the whole concept of best execution a bit more seriously these days. Certainly in the UK the FCA has kicked off its “thematic review” and a number of fines are being doled out too.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has approved a European multilateral trading facility (MTF) to operate as a swap execution facility (SEF), the first non-US domiciled platform to be approved. ICAP Global Derivatives Limited is based in the UK and will support European clients looking to trade interest rate swaps with US persons.
Mayra Rodríguez Valladares is managing principal at MRV Associates, a capital markets and financial regulatory consulting and training firm in New York. She is also a faculty member at Financial Markets World and the New York Institute of Finance.
Even dark pools have not escaped the regulatory spotlight – and financial supervisors in the EU and elsewhere are now facing up to the question of whether they provide value to the market as a whole, and how (or if) their activities should be limited,Regulation ,Dark pools,Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID),Mifid II,Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Am 6. Mai 2014 hat die Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin) auf ihrer Webseite eine aktuelle Zusammenstellung der häufig gestellten Fragen sowie Antworten zum im Dezember 2013 veröffentlichten Rundschreiben 06/2013 (BA) zu den bankaufsichtlichen und wertpapieraufsichtlichen Anforderungen an Systeme und Kontrollen für den Algorithmushandel veröffentlicht.
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