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Preparing for the regulatory flood: standards getting us to high ground!
07 Feb

Preparing for the regulatory flood: standards getting us to high ground!

  • 7th February 2017
  • Letitia Bolton

Since the financial crisis, we have been gifted over two Eiffel Towers high worth of complex and costly financial regulation, ever increasing in quantity and intricacy. Boards struggle to formulate their strategies to deal with regulatory-driven change to their operating models. There are answers, and now is the time to flush them out – before Read More

03 Jul

EMIR: gaining control of old errors and new requirements

By Chris Kentouris. EMIR, it’s short for European Market Infrastructure Regulation. It has also become a four-letter word for fund managers struggling to fulfill reporting requirements. About five months after the effective date for fund managers and broker dealers to send details of trades executed on exchange-listed and over-the-counter swap transactions to recognized trade repositories, fund managers are Read More

10 Jun

Frontal assault: RegDelta to the rescue.

JWG analysis. In our previous piece we spelt out the breadth and depth of the regulatory onslaught in the context of MiFID II.  Here, we unveil how RegDelta can help you redefine the battlefield. What is RegDelta? RegDelta gives firms the ability to control global regulatory challenges.  RegDelta is a financial services regulatory data management Read More

30 Oct

Delegated reporting under EMIR: Towards a set of standards?

  • 30th October 2013
  • RegTechFS

With trade repositories expected to be registered by ESMA soon, the date at which trade reporting becomes mandatory is not far off. However, many parties to derivatives trades are still unsure about the finer details of how they will meet this mandate. 7 November is the date by which ESMA expects to have a trade Read More

10 Oct

KYC utilities: ‘New’ concepts ready to mature quickly?

  • 10th October 2013
  • RegTechFS

2013 has been a busy year for KYC professionals as they respond to a number of different regulatory requirements. Regulatory demands have raised the bar on not only existing data requirements but also have introduced a number of new ones. In response to this, there are now many different conversations going on in parallel about Read More

18 Apr

Worldwide trade repository project failing to find an owner?

On 11 April this year, the BIS’ Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS) in collaboration with IOSCO published a ‘consultative report’ titled ‘Authorities’ access to trade repository data’.  This report recognises the problems regulators face in trying to administer a global market without a source of globally aggregated, publicly available data and makes recommendations to regulators Read More