17 CFR Part 45 Amendments to Swap Data Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements for Cleared Swaps
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Implementation of global financial regulations is profoundly impacting flows of liquidity and collateral worldwide. Regulatory requirements, combined with increased interconnectedness between market segments and players, have made collateral processing significantly more complex. In response, market participants are developing new solutions and creating new industry best practices in order to remain competitive in the new world.
The on-going debate between the US and EU approach to client margin and liquidation periods has resulted in this call for information from ESMA.
We presented some of Message Automation’s experiences with our trade reporting clients in Europe, North America and Asia.
“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” ― Winston S. Churchill, Their Finest Hour
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JWG analysis. This month, ESMA published four reports in which they outlined the modifications that they believe are needed to the EMIR legal framework. JWG have had a look and, below, we pick out five key changes that are being proposed.
The Dodd-Frank requirements for SEFs ushered in a new wave of market technology and big changes to market structure. For firms that have been willing to participate, and quick to adapt they are seeing volumes increase on the exchanges as well as more streamlined trading.
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The Regulation of the wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT) came into force in December 2011, twenty days after the “Level 1” text was passed by the European Parliament. However the two deadlines for the reporting part of REMIT have not yet passed. Here we examine how to prepare for these deadlines, which fall on the 7th October 2015 and 7th April 2016. But first let us briefly examine the background to REMIT and what it is all about.
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