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Weekly Roundup | 6th July 2014

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ICAP’s i-Swap platform sets new US Dollar interest rate swap volume record in June

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Duco Selects JDX as Resourcing Partner for Reconciliation Service

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Duco, the new hosted reconciliation and analytics service provider, announced on the 10th of June 2014, the selection of JDX Consulting (JDX), the financial services consulting group, as their resourcing partner for their Duco reconciliations service.

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2013, The Year the Swap Market Changed

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As 2013 draws to a close, I summarise the major changes in what has been a momentous year in the Swap Market.

  • Trade Reporting
  • Mandatory Clearing
  • Electronic Trading
  • Volcker Rule
  • 2014 and Longer Term
  • Horizontal or Vertical Integration

For the full article, please see 2013, The Year the Swap Market Changed.  

 

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Weekly Roundup | Trading & Post-Trade Processing | 9 December 2013

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Some SEF Trading Certainty – Finally!

Who would have guessed that Black Friday would have turned out to be a big day for SEF trading.  Both Javelin and Tradeweb resubmit their MAT filings, both scaling back the number of products made available for trading.  This is a big deal for a few reasons. Kevin On The Street: Some SEF Trading Certainty – Finally! 

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A Guide to the EMIR Trade Reporting Obligations - Part 1

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On November 7th ESMA authorized four Trade Repositories to offer their services to Europe's entities and ESMA's updated version of EMIR implementation timeline showed the 12th of February as the start date for trade reporting, for all derivative asset classes, for both ETD and OTC derivatives. At that point exactly I felt a bit numb and I wished (unfortunately with no luck whatsoever) I had someone to guide me through the whole process and help me map the unknown territory.

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UPIs, UTIs and LEIs: Key issues and methods

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Following the success of Tony Russell's UTI article, it seems apparent that implementing new identifiers will be a major area of difficulty prior to the start of OTC/ETD trade reporting in Februrary 2014. The presentation below sets out the details of the proposals for the UPI and UTI, identifies some of the major issues and draws links between the three unique identifiers.

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Weekly Roundup | Post-Trade Processing | 18 November 2013

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European Exchanges Finally Get Chance to Compete. But Is It Too Late?

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ESMA Announce New Q&A to Address Lack of Delay in ETD Reporting

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In the body of a letter from ESMA to the European Commission, the final paragraph makes clear that in the event that the request for a one year delay is indeed rejected, a further Q&A will be published that will be "without consultation" and "unlikely to produce the desirable data quality" to steer the market towards some sort of Feb 12th start date. The letter points out that the delay is intended primarily for data quality reasons, and that without better regulations and guidance, next year is going to be unpredictable in what data is made available to regulators.

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