Join The OTC Space, Razor Risk and JXL Consulting at Risk EMEA in April. Use the OTC Space discount code to reduce the cost by 15%.
Do you have the problem of connecting to hundreds of trading APIs and running them operationally? Read on, there is an easier way.
The costs of clearing come from many drivers, John explains when a porfolio meets a threshold for IM optimisation and options for bringing cost down.
Feedback from early registrations is that funding IM, CCP fees and operational costs are a concern. Join us to find out how to manage down all of those drivers.
My Monthly Swaps Data Review for Risk Magazine was published this week.
An exploration of the potential modifications the OCC will make to the Volker Rule to reduce the burden on banks whilst still serving its original purpose. Actions may include:
When asking most traders this question, the common assumption is ‘a large increase in margin.’
We all know using notionals to measure the size of the OTC market leads to crazy headlines, so the CFTC has a cunning plan for that
New year, New Regulations, New Challenges
This is a follow up to the announcement about going live with a link to Shanghai here, and explains more widely what R5FX are trying to achieve.
The EMIR Review will bring further regulatory changes which we will help you anticipate. GDPR affects every person and company inside and many outside the EU, including trading systems, your personal address book, and the way you hand out business cards.
In the competitive world of business consulting, we have long been advocates for the 'collaborate and compete' philosophy.
Mandated clearing means your OTC portfolio is bifurcated and brings new clearing costs. In this webinar we will explain the drivers and options for measuring and managing clearing costs from many angles. Any one of the ideas presented could make a material difference to your profitability.
Using R5-SHCH Connect domestic banks in China now have access to the London FX market, recognised as the leading centre for global FX trading.
Reading Philip Stafford’s recent article in the Financial Times, Deutsche Borse makes ground in UK derivatives push, I was struck by the paragraph: Seven times! Impressive, indeed.
The transition from interbank offered rates, or IBORs, to new alternative risk-free rates (RFRs) has been likened to the move to a single currency in Europe.
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA), the Association of Financial Markets in Europe (AFME), International Capital Market Association (ICMA) and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) and its asset management group (SIFMA AMG) have today launched a roadmap that highlights key challenges involved in transitioning financial market contracts and practices from interbank offered rates, or ‘IBORs’, to alternative risk-free rates (RFRs).
We’re now a full month into 2018. For a long time, we’ve been saying that MiFID is coming.
SFTR was published in the Official Journal back in 2015 and we’ve already gone live with the Article 15 ‘transparency of reuse’ requirements in 2016, as well as the Article 13 and 14 ‘transparency requirements’ for collective investment undertakings in 2017.