April 2017

'Articles' Navigating the waters of EMIR MiFIR and SFTR 26 April 2017 | Alan McIntyre

January shed some light on the European regulatory reporting timelines but provided a mixture of both relief and pressure.

'Articles' Has there been a sea change in the way banks respond to capital requirements? 24 April 2017 | Bank Underground Feed

Sebastian J A de-Ramon, William Francis and Qun Harris

'Articles' CCP Notionals Scoresheet 19 April 2017 | Amir Khwaja

The jump of $150bn at ForexClear is believed to be from the introduction of margining for FX products, a sudden enthusiam to clear them. Shanghai CCP are doing well with OTC rate swaps having added $306bn of notional. Both JSCC and LCH actively use compression methods to eliminate notional hence the drops above. All units in millions of USD, so 1000 below means 1 billion of USD.

'Articles' Is MiFID II really going to restore trust in banks and financial markets? 19 April 2017 | Peter Farley

How much is it worth paying to restore trust in banks and financial markets? Well, I suppose you first have to establish how much trust in those institutions was lost as a result of the 2008 financial crisis.

'Events' Risk Americas 2017: 15% Discount for OTC Space Readers 11 April 2017 | Samantha Hodgson

America’s leading and premier risk and regulation Convention returns to the New York Hilton Midtown over four days: OTC Space registered readers can access a 15% discount code.

'Articles' Infographic – Top 10 changes to EMIR Reporting under the new RTS 04 April 2017 | RegTek.Solutions Feed

In January 2017, ESMA published its Final Report Review of the Regulatory and Implementing Technical Standards on reporting under Article 9 of EMIR, the implementation of which is scheduled for November 1, 2017; the deadline for backloading has be

March 2017

'Events' Don't miss this: Achieve FRTB compliance quickly and cost effectively: Live Demo Webinar 27 March 2017 | Peter Walsh

Razor Risk will also provide high level demonstrations of their “off the shelf” solution that will sit between existing Market Risk and Front Office pricing tools so that the firm can maintain BAU processes whilst preparing for the Fundamental changes that BCBS 352 will require. The Webinar is targeted at all involved stakeholders, bringing together the major drivers behind Business Users (Risk Managers), Front Office Capital Consumers, FRTB Programme Managers and Technology Implementation Teams whether the firm is going for a Standardised Approach (SA) or a combination of SA and Internal Model Approvals (IMA).

'Articles' The State of ISINs for OTC Swaps – Brian Lynch quoted in DerivSource Article 24 March 2017 | RegTek.Solutions Feed

The March 14, 2017 DerivSource article by Lynn Strongin Dodds focuses on the momentum behind the standardization and use of ISINs as the unique identifier for Swaps in MiFID II Trade Reporting, as well as the challenges that still remain, which ac

'Events' Risk EMEA 2017: 15% Discount for OTC Space Readers 16 March 2017 | Samantha Hodgson

With three streams running throughout the day, including 'Fundamental Review of the Trading Book', 'Capital Management', and 'Credit Risk'. OTC Space registered readers can access a 15% discount on registration.

'Articles' MiFID II insulated from ESA’s recent Leniency 15 March 2017 | RegTek.Solutions Feed

Rachel Wolcott’s March 3 Article in Thomson Reuters ACCELUS highlights the fact that firms who see the EU’s apparent leniency with smaller counterparties in complying with the March 1 Variation Margin deadline as an indication of future leniency s

'Articles' Regulatory Reg Tech Makeover – Andy Green quoted in TR Article 14 March 2017 | RegTek.Solutions Feed

The March 13, 2017 Thomson Reuters ACCELUS article by Rachel Woolcot entitled “Regulatory reporting gets regtech makeover; complexity and costs prompts firms to rethink approach” focuses on how technology companies are preparing a new generation o