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19 Mar
2014

Europe trade reporting: fines for all?

  • 19th March 2014
  • RegTechFS

By Sam Tyfield and JWG. We asked a prominent city lawyer what current EMIR reporting issues could mean if the regulators chose to get nasty.  The bottom line: big fines could appear on the cards years down the line.  Given where we are with current data quality efforts, this might have an impact on the Read More

06 Feb
2014

The OTC mirage: As deadlines near, global trade reporting follies emerge

  • 6th February 2014
  • RegTechFS

JWG analysis. With the 12 February EMIR trade reporting deadline just around the corner, the atmosphere in the derivatives industry suggests just as much turmoil as ever. Issues surrounding LEI registration, UTI reconciliation and trade repository affiliations persist as the rush to comply with mandatory reporting rules begins.  The industry is still grappling with issues that Read More

18 Apr
2013

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