Business semantics and data requirements are foreign topics, not readily understood by policy makers
Complexity and (largely unnecessary) complication drive Technogenous risk
Regulation must foster system sustainability (e.g., reduce complication and avoidable complexity)
Global dialogue moving too slowly and narrowly vs. the speed and depth of technological progress


Following our discussion of several global accountability regimes and forthcoming culture audits we are turning our attention back to AI. This is a very noisy space with Germany, UK, Japan and the US all mandating new controls in advance of MiFID III update which could raise the algo trading bar even higher.   In this


It was agreed that the programme was on target to delivering an EMIR Refit-ready Common Domain Model (CDM) for all asset classes in scope of the regime in Q1 22. This will give firms ample time for integration and testing in advance of the anticipated go-live date which is anticipated to be Q4 22. Members also expressed their support for launching a US-focused project on CFTC implementation as part of the Global DRR programme.


  As will be noted in the forthcoming minutes of the second Global Derivatives DRR Programme oversight Committee (POC2) meeting, some members expressed their support for a US-focused project on CFTC implementation. We have agreed to work with US ISDA colleagues to convene a meeting to review potential CFTC project objectives, risks and targets with


The UK’s data transformation plans and Europe’s integrated reporting strategy are shaking RegTech and SupTech foundations and FS Supervisors need a new, bold and long-term approach to aligning data and technology strategies. As discussed in RRDS 26, the Global Derivatives DRR programme is enabling firms to meet CPMI/IOSCO deadlines in 2021 and offers an excellent


JWG summarized regulatory 2021 reporting efforts and explained how there are both prudential/statistical ‘top down’ or more aggregated reporting (e.g., Risk, ESG) with the ‘bottom up’ more transactional data collection (e.g., EMIR, MiFID, CSDR). The RRDS agenda will seek to share lessons learnt across both types of regulatory reporting innovations this year


Presentation from SIG meeting on 18 May to review updates to the trade surveillance regulatory agenda, review global accountability regimes and agree priorities for RegTech and SupTech tooling.


Inputs: ─Firm expectations of key milestones and dependencies for EMIR Refit and CFTC ─Draft planning assumptions to be challenged in POC2 (see objectives below) ─1 representative per organisation DRR programme planning session objectives: ─Targets. Set DRR MVP for the year: deliverables by quarter by regulation ─Modelling rates. Review Digitizer progress to date ─Interdependencies. Key dependencies