The proposals aim to shift trading activity away from bilateral markets and towards central clearing.
The research explained how, for some firms, most settlement communications still occur through email instead of through secure networks.
Droit’s ADEPT reporting eligibility platform has been added to DTCC’s trade reporting service for SFTR and derivatives reporting regimes.
Transaction follows recent regulatory approval to expand DTCC’s Fixed Income Clearing Corporation sponsored programme.
The expansion will also change how the service is used, with sponsors now able to let their clients trade with counterparties other than themselves.
Six swap dealers have adopted the service which aims to streamline reporting and collateral settlement processes.
DTCC gained approval back in 2013, along with counterparts Regis-TR, UnaVista, CME and ICE.
DTCC Deriv/SERV chief executive, Chris Childs, tells The TRADE about the role DTCC’s TIW played at the time of the financial crisis, and the progress made so far in establishing a global reporting framework for OTC derivatives.
Survey from the DTCC finds that half of respondents believe Brexit will pose a threat to the broader economy, as concerns about cyber risk and regulation ease.
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