The head of the securities markets unit at the European Commission has strongly urged for a reduction in deferral times to make the tape commercially viable, while also discussing the possible inclusion of pre-trade data.
The regulation details provisions on the supervision, consumer protection and trading of the burgeoning asset type.
Scott O’Malia, ISDA’s chief executive officer, provides insights into how improving consistency within reporting will allow greater transparency for derivatives trading.
In a session on macroeconomic outlook, market commentators discuss the likelihood of a hard landing and a possible recession – with a focus on the impossible dichotomy between monetary and fiscal policy that is placing markets in turmoil.
How have UMR and SA-CCR impacted the FX trading desk and market structure? TradeTech FX panellists explore the consequences of these landmark regulations, and how they might influence other FX products in the future.
US and European regulators look set to be taking starkly different stances on the contentious practice of paying for order flow.
UK watchdog is seeking clarification from the industry on how to define a multilateral trading facility via a consultation that closes on 11 November.
Eliminating one-penny minimum quoting increment could have ‘negative unintended consequences’, finds Citadel Securities
Whitepaper by Citadel Securities discredits arguments that eliminating the increment would create a more level playing field between on- and off-exchange venues.
A new paper discusses the pros and cons of a one-day settlement cycle in Europe, a topic the industry seems to be reluctantly accepting is on the horizon.
The regulator’s proposed rule changes look to lower risk through improved central clearing within the US Treasury market.