ESMA and the FCA have urged trading venues and CCPs to prioritise continuity of their services as the open access regime comes into force in early July.
Court of Appeals have denied the SEC’s move to stop a review of its decision on market data fee increases by NYSE and Nasdaq.
Following a one-year delay to UMR, AcadiaSoft is helping firms test initial margin calculations with a mock go-live program.
Analysis by the AMF found just 22% of the amounts traded by SIs in the continuous trading phase are subject to pre-trade transparency.
The European Fund and Asset Management Association said a lack of enforcement on costs of market data has been detrimental to consolidated tape efforts.
Daniel Carpenter, head of regulation at RegTech and post-trade services provider Meritsoft, a Cognizant company, tells The TRADE about how the ongoing changes to CSDR will impact the industry, and explains why so many market participants are not satisfied with the current framework.
Austria, Belgium, France, Greece, Italy and Spain have decided not to renew bans on short selling after restrictions were put in place in March.
The endorsement comes two months after the ESMA stated it would postpone enforcing the CSDR settlement discipline regime following an industry-wide lobby.
Equity exchanges in the US have been told to submit new plans for control over the controversial consolidated tape.
The SEC found that around 6.4 million client orders were routed by three unaffiliated brokers through undisclosed ‘low cost router’ arrangement at Bloomberg Tradebook.