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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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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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OTC equivalency: A regulatory tug-of-war?

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On 1 September, ESMA issued its advice to the Commission on declaring countries outside the EU to be equivalent under EMIR.  The good news is that at long last we should have some certainty on what approach to expect.  The bad news: we are in for years of frustration as practitioners attempt to nit-pick their way through the new cross-border requirements.

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Weekly Roundup | Trading & Post-Trade Processing | 3 December 2013

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Europe’s OTF to Follow the US’s SEF? Lessons in Electronic Swaps Trading

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Weekly Roundup | Post-Trade Processing | 11 November 2013

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EMIR: Trade Reporting & Regulatory Announcement Thursday (RAT) Day

Welcome To Reporting Hell…

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has approved today the registrations of the first four trade repositories (TRs) under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). The OTC Space: Welcome To Reporting Hell…

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UPDATED: New EMIR FAQs published

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Another – rather smallish update – has found its way into the EMIR Q&As, which ESMA published today. Five parts have been updated as follows:

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Regulation Reflections: US Reporting - Is systemic risk being de-prioritized?

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It is clear CFTC does not yet have meaningful systemic risk information from the end of day / historic SDR reporting which has been live for several months.  As well as tackling a very large big data project which is unfunded, CFTC needs to change the reporting rules so that reporting obligations are better split across various service providers to drive much more efficient data collection, transformation and aggregation.

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