EU regulator says it plans to consult this summer on equity transparency after issues relating to the granularity and accuracy of its data were highlighted by a new report.
Kay Swinburne joins the International Regulatory Strategy Group after two years with KPMG and 10 years as a Member of the European Parliament for Wales.
In a report, Liquidnet said the insights required by asset managers have evolved, making re-bundling a redundant solution to the SME investment problem.
Despite its involvement, NatWest was not fined as it revealed the cartel, while Bank of America, Natixis and Portigon also evaded penalties.
Through the agreement companies with a quotation on Aquis Stock Exchange can seek a dual quotation on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange’s open market and vice versa.
With three quarters of trading taking place between the UK and international institutional counterparties, European asset managers could be left at a disadvantage.
The DTCC has become the first security-based swap data repository in the US following the regulator’s approval for the new swaps reporting regime.
Following the UK’s official exit from the EU single market, regulators on both sides of the Channel appear to be splitting on post-trade regulations. What are the potential consequences of this on the post-trade industry, asks Joe Parsons.
The open access regime for exchange traded derivatives will be scrapped in the UK but it will continue to support the regime for the equity and OTC derivatives markets.
CSDR eligibility and penalty data looks to solve one of the major CSDR challenges - the sourcing of eligibility data.