Meet experts from the ECB, EBA, BIS and European Commission and Parliament to discuss current banking regulation topics.
Press release about the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision publishing Basel III monitoring results. Latest results from over 200 banks on Basel III risk based capital minimal requirements.
On 13 August 2015, ESMA published the Emir Review Report no.3 – Review on the segregation on portability requirements, presenting an overview of the issues encountered during EMIR implementation.
We present a uniquely Clarus view of the AUD IRS markets Our analysis of the regulatory landscape, bond issuance data and swap market flows suggests that many Swap Dealers will end-up in Add-On territory for OTC swaps clearing at CCPs This means t
A representative of the investor group suing twelve G-SIB banks, ISDA and Markit for alleged breaches of US antitrust laws, has indicated that a $1.865 bn. settlement has been agreed in principle with the defendants; U.S.
The morning sessions will focus on post trade processing for derivatives, while the afternoon sessions will cover liquidity in the new regulated market. A 20% discount is available to OTC Space readers.
"A picture is worth a thousand words...etc etc"
Deutsche Bank has merged its Listed Derivatives and Markets Clearing business with its Prime Services unit, according to a source close to the matter.
Akber calls on financial institutions and regulators to consider the risks of protocols, which are becoming increasingly complex, particularly since the introduction of the European Monetary Union (EMU) protocol.
Japan has joined the SEF party with their own flavor of trading venues known as Electronic Trading Platforms (ETP’s). ETP’s launched last week on Tuesday, September 1st. Amir had written about them back in April.
Message Automation, the pioneers of Post Trade Control solutions for derivatives, is pleased to announce their participation at the Post Trade Forum taking place at the NH Danube City Hotel, in Vienna on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th September 2015.
Unparalleled opportunities to network, and do business with top trading firms, quant funds, end investors, banks, brokers, and technology providers.
Following the financial crisis in 2008, legislators and regulators around the world focused on reforming
the over-the-counter derivatives industry to reduce systemic risk, increase transparency, and improve market efficiency. In September 2009, the participants of the G20 Pittsburgh Summit had agreed that “all standardised OTC derivatives contracts should be traded on exchanges or electronic trading platforms, where appropriate, and cleared through central counterparties”. In response, many jurisdictions have, or are putting in place, electronic trading mandates for over-the-counter derivatives.
2 days, 200+ senior Back & Middle Office professionals, 53 industry thought leaders, giving you key strategic takeaways per session
See here for an article by Gordon Allott of Broadpeak, which provides an insight into some of the goings on in the world of REMIT. The article outlines some of the tension between the various parties involved, i.e.
Discussions on the issues surrounding clearing for buy-side and options for the future to alleviate those issues including: self clearing/direct access, diversifying risk profile to CMs, new products (ETD and/or OTC) and managing collateral.
As MiFID II looms large, swathes of the markets for financial instruments are being completely remade.
Today's world of centrally-cleared OTFs, SEFs, centrally-cleared and non- centrally cleared OTC derivatives is growing ever more complex, and a comprehensive understanding of regulatory, documentation and risk requirements is now vital for OTC derivatives market counterparties
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