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Legislative initiative: EMIR - European Markets Infrastructure Regulation

Digital regulatory reporting – tipping point 2021

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Digital regulatory reporting – tipping point 2021 By PJ Di Giammarino, CEO JWG Group New JWG research has found supervisors to be focused on creating new standards for interpreting complex data needs in 2021 as the industry hits a tipping point for in its quest for digital standards that simplify complex regulatory reporting obligations. Global


Collaboration to finally realize GFC reforms via digitalization The good news about compliance is that financial firms are finally getting the last generation of G20 Global Financial Crisis (GFC) regulations under control, said PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of JWG, a financial regulation think-tank based in London. The not so good news is that the industry


   Donna Bales, Co-Founder and Member of the Board of the Canadian RegTech Association and PJ Di Giammarino, Founder and CEO of JWG Group were honoured to participate in the Canadian Institute’s 26th Annual Flagship Conference on Regulatory Compliance for Financial Institutions. The trans-Atlantic debate, ‘Assessing 10 Opportunities in the RegTech, FinTech and the


The global regulatory community has put its support behind digital regulatory reporting (DRR) initiatives acknowledging supervisors require the ability to collect better quality data more efficiently. The Bank of International Settlements (BIS), the European Commission, the European Banking Authority (EBA), the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), the Financial Stability Board (FSB), the U.S.’s Federal


SupTech update: Digital Regulatory Reporting is here 

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By: PJ Di Giammarino  After a decade of data challenges, Regulators are now taking cautious steps towards new reporting technology. New reports issued this month show that DRR finally has traction and that demand for better solutions is high as the industry pinpoints which areas to deploy it.   We may finally be at a tipping point for both transactional and prudential data reporting. However, all eyes


UK regulators must endorse a single digital interpretation of European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) reporting rules if the digital regulatory reporting (DRR) work underway with industry collaborators is to succeed. The private sector has engaged and done much of the heavy lifting to prove digital regulatory reporting works for all kinds of business models, said


Author: Rachel Wolcott, Thomson Reuters The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) derivatives trade reports and Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II transaction reports regulators collect is unlikely to be yielding the market insights required to navigate the COVID-19 crisis. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) 2019/20 annual report and work programme shows EMIR reports’


Round the table: ​ Firms: Allianz, Blackrock, BMO, Citi, Credit Suisse, DB, GAM, Goldman Sachs, LBG, Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered, UBS​ Infrastructure: Regnosys, Inforalgo, Business Semantics​ Trade Associations: ISDA​ 25 people will discuss:​ A proposal for a RegTech Council EMIR Refit interpretation project​ Benefits and resource commitments​ Key stakeholders, thresholds and next steps for the launch of Q4 project​ What to


Round the table: ​ Firms: Allianz, BMO, Citi, CS, DB, GAM, Goldman Sachs, LBG, RBS, Santander, Standard Chartered, UBS​ Regulator: FCA ​ Infrastructure: Regnosys, Inforalgo​ Trade Associations: ISDA. FIA​ 25 people will discuss:​ A proposal for a RegTech Council EMIR Refit interpretation project​ Thresholds and next steps for the launch of the RegTech Council project​ Define next steps for RRDS in 2020