As of 12 February 2014 all European companies have to report derivatives contracts to a registered trade repository. As the implementation date approaches, view this ACT technical webinar to ensure you're up to speed with the reporting process. Topics include: • what trades are covered and what information must be reported? • what is a trade repository and when will the new repositories be approved by ESMA? • the FCA's role in assessing UK companies' compliance with the new regulations • the benefits of delegating reporting vs connecting directly to a trade repository Sponsored by CME Group
Views: 588 The Association of Corporate Treasurers
Many of the requirements of EMIR, including trade reporting, have only just come into force. If still struggling with implementation then becoming fully compliant will be the priority for corporates. Once the basics are in hand then improving processes and efficiency will be the order of the day. But looking beyond the mechanics, what further implications are there for risk management, market practices and the cost and availability of derivatives? The webinar considers: • the early experiences and tips for reaching full compliance • the service providers and processes to boost efficiency • using LEIs (Legal Entity identifiers) to monitor exposures and concentrations • expectations for the LEI system and what additional information and utility it can deliver • how the use of derivatives will be affected by Basel III / EMIR clearing requirements, including impact on costs, workflows and bank relationships and market appetite for business • trends towards platform and exchange trading, clearing and collateral. Will cleared or collateralised transactions become the market norm and with what price benefits? • will company hedging policies and tactics have to adapt to fit with market practices and availability of derivatives? Sponsored by S&P Capital IQ
Views: 835 The Association of Corporate Treasurers
~~~ European Market Infrastructure Regulation ~~~ Title: What is European Market Infrastructure Regulation Created on: 2018-08-25 Source Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Market_Infrastructure_Regulation ------ Description: The European Market Infrastructure Regulation is a body of European legislation for the regulation of over-the-counter derivatives. It was originally adopted by the EU legislature on July 4, 2012 and came into force on August 16, 2012. Its full technical standards were adopted by the European Commission on December 19, 2012 and came into effect on March 15, 2013. The regulations include requirements for reporting of derivative contracts and implementation of risk management standards. It established common rules for central counterparties and trade repositories. The objective of the legislation is to reduce systemic counterparty and operational risk, and help prevent future financial system collapses. ------ To see your favorite topic here, fill out this request form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScU0dLbeWsc01IC0AaO8sgaSgxMFtvBL31c_pjnwEZUiq99Fw/viewform ------ Source: Wikipedia.org articles, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Support: Donations can be made from https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Ways_to_Give to support Wikimedia Foundation and knowledge sharing.
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Much of the proposed EMIR regulations are now coming more clearly into focus, and European corporations are starting to get to grips with the potential impact on their derivatives trading activities. Many will have to adapt their business models in order to ensure their hedging strategies are compliant, and all will have to adhere to increased trade reporting requirements. This will require a significant investment in technology, expertise and time. Derivatives experts Carlo Scotto and Zohar Hod discuss EMIR and these potential challenges in this short video
Views: 2300 SuperDerivativesVid
Were you are aware that every single company in Europe will be required by law to report to a central database the details of every derivative it had outstanding at 16 August 2012 or has done since then? Find out more on what the European markets and infrastructure regulation means for your company with this ACT technical webinar. Sponsored by Goldman Sachs
Views: 2951 The Association of Corporate Treasurers
European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is a European Union regulation designed to increase the stability of the over-the-counter (OTC) derivative markets throughout the EU states. It is designated Regulation (EU) 648/2012, and it entered into force on 16 August 2012. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Market FinReg is the FIRST firm worldwide to produce an accredited SFTR training course. Our staff have published the first (and hitherto only) book on SFTR (SFTR: A Survival Guide). SFTR Transaction Reporting is due to go live in 2019. It will affect MIFID II Firms, UCITS(M), AIF(M)s and others who deal in SFTs (Repos, Margin etc). Find out more, visit www.marketfinreg.com Intro soundtrack from Peter Rudenko - Slow Motion
Views: 343 Market FinReg
DTCC advances industry-leading solutions that help secure and shape the future growth and development of the global financial marketplace. http://www.dtcc.com
Views: 184 The DTCC
From 1 November 2017, EMIR trade reporting will go through significant changes. From this date onwards, ESMA will introduce revised EMIR Technical Standards including new fields, changes to position reporting, collateral reporting and asset class specific fields with the aim to address potential improvements and existing deficiencies that have been identified since the reporting start date of EMIR in February 2014. In order to support you with these changes, REGIS-TR organised a webinar on Wednesday 21 June 2017. The aim of this webinar was to explain relevant aspects of the revised EMIR Technical Standards and to determine to what extent you are impacted.
Views: 610 REGIS-TR
Under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), all European companies will be required by law to report derivatives contracts to a recognised trade repository. Currently reporting is expected to begin on 1 January 2014 and all derivatives traded on or after 16 August 2012 must be reported. Find out more about the reporting process and trade repositories with this technical ACT webinar. Topics include: * The new reporting rules -- what trades are covered, what is the timescale for implementation and what data will need to be reported? * What is a trade repository and when will new trade repositories be approved by ESMA? * How does a company obtain its LEI (legal entity identifier) and what is the role of an IEI (interim entity identifier)? * What technology is needed to collect data for reporting and what format is required? * How will data held in trade repositories be used by the regulators?
Views: 2884 The Association of Corporate Treasurers
Was waren die großen Themen 2016 und was sind die wichtigsten Themen für das Jahr 2017 im Bereich transaktionsbasiertes Reporting? Welche Rolle spielt Regulatory Technology (RegTech) dabei? Erfahren Sie mehr in einem Video-Interview mit Sabine Pieper, Senior Manager und Produktverantwortliche für ABACUS/Transactions bei BearingPoint Erfahren Sie mehr über ABACUS/Transactions, unsere Standardsoftwarelösung für transaktionsbasierte Reporting unter http://bit.ly/abacus_transactions
Views: 639 BearingPoint
Link'n Learn | Interactive access to Deloitte knowledge Led by Deloitte’s leading industry experts, Link’n Learn is series of webinars conducted over the course of the year, specifically designed to keep you up-to-date with today’s critical trends and the latest regulations impacting your business. The "EMIR / SFT Regulations" webinar agenda: - Current status of EMIR – where do we stand on implementation and final technical rules - What is still outstanding – what rules need to be finalised and when do we expect this - Future challenges – what are the challenges still facing market participants on implementing EMIR • collateral • clearing - SFTR • What is it • What does it do o Disclosure o Trade reporting o Re-hypothecation • What is the expected timeframe • What should the market be thinking about now? Speakers - Niamh Geraghty, Director, Financial Services, Ireland - Laurent Collet, Director, Corporate Finance, Luxembourg - Hubert Justal, Director, Audit, UK - Natalie Berkecz, Senior Manager, Audit, UK - Tim Rawlings, Assistant Manager, Audit, UK The 2015 Link’n Learn programme: http://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/lu/Documents/financial-services/IM/lu-linknlearn-programme-2015.pdf Find the previous webinars here: http://www2.deloitte.com/lu/en/pages/financial-services/solutions/link-n-learn-interactive-access-to-deloitte-knowledge.html
Views: 864 Deloitte Luxembourg
Richard Bennett, Vice President of Regulatory Reporting at Wolters Kluwer, answers key questions about AnaCredit, including why it has been introduced, timelines and key points to bear in mind when planning an AnaCredit project.
Views: 1201 Wolters Kluwer - Financial Services Solutions
In this SRZ Insights video, SRZ associate Ron Feldman shares what fund managers to know about the new Securities Financing Transactions Regulation, which is an EU regulation and applies directly in each EU Member State without the need for local implementing legislation. Ron reviews the scope and requirements of the SFT Regulation, including record-keeping requirements, disclosure obligations and transaction reporting.
Views: 319 SchulteRothZabel
John Kernan, Head of Product Management and Business Development, had the opportunity to speak with the Securities Lending Times about the upcoming Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR). In this interview, John explains the challenges ahead of SFTR for market participants, that there is reason for optimism come the reporting start date, the lessons learned from the implementation of EMIR and finally why market participants should consider using REGIS-TR as their trade repository for reporting under SFTR.
Views: 215 REGIS-TR
With trade reporting requirements under EMIR due to kick in on Febrary 12, Metal Bulletin's Andrea Hotter asks Michael Overlander, ceo of Sucden Financial, how the regulations are going to impact brokers and their clients. Andrea Hotter [email protected] Twitter: @andreahotter
Views: 769 MetalBulletinTV
With the recent authorization of four trade repositories, derivatives reporting is expected to become mandatory on 12 February 2014. BELLIN supports the transmission of reports from tm5 via a direct connection to the REGIS-TR trade repository. The advantages of the EMIR Full Service are: - Professional treasury management system tm5 for securely managing all treasury transactions - No direct contractual relationship with REGIS-TR, contract managed exclusively by BELLIN - Reports both for transactions with banks and with group companies - No additional costs for the first 5,000 derivative reports p.a. - Transmission of reports on behalf of the whole group, not just for selected legal entities Read more on www.bellin.de/emir
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Rule changes have the potential to radically shake up how equity, bond and derivatives markets work, affecting everyone who trades and how they work across Europe and beyond ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2r8RJzM ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Views: 26104 Financial Times
Live from RiskMinds International 2017, Mattia Rattaggi, Expert in Internal Controls Systems and Banking Regulatory Affairs at Former Head Group Regulatory Relations at UBS, tells us what the regulatory challenges are for banks today. Find out more about RiskMinds International at https://goo.gl/Gj8bRf
Views: 132 RiskMindsTV
This video is available at https://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/downloads/emir-aqr-ssm/. WHO SHOULD WATCH IT Translators with some experience of financial translation who wish to keep up with the rapid changes and developments that are typical of the financial services sector. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO YOU This video will increase your knowledge of the financial services sector from the point of view of translation.
Views: 128 eCPD Webinars
The deadline for EMIR reporting is just weeks away. From 12 February all European companies will be legally required to report derivative trades to a registered trade repository. Listen back to this ACT technical webinar for an essential checklist on complying with the new regulation, including: - should the bank or corporate generate UTIs (Unique Trade Identifiers)? - what are the reporting requirements for intragroup transactions? - what factors should influence your choice of trade repository? - should forward FX contracts be reported? - what information must be supplied in each data field when reporting trades? - what are the benefits of direct vs delegated reporting?
Views: 853 The Association of Corporate Treasurers
National implementation of regulations could significantly reshape the industry, according to Mr Schindler in the latest ALFI podcast According to Mr Schindler, the challenges of national implementation of regulations are how this implementation will impact the local business. For example, in Germany, the implementation of regulations under the German national authorities will mean even more restrictions on asset management providers, fund services providers. Mr Schindler discusses how the proposed review of MiFID in terms of the reclassification of certain UCITS as complex instruments could impact the fund industry and product offering. He discusses the difference between complex and non-complex products, and the impact on distribution. In addition, Mr Schindler expresses his opinion regarding the influence of the upcoming implementation of AIFMD on the activities of management companies, depositaries or service providers. Finally, he points out how new regulations (such as EMIR, regulation on Central Securities Depositories, regulation of shadow banking, etc.) could significantly reshape the industry.
Views: 113 ALFILuxembourg
Requirements to post initial margin (IM) on uncleared OTC derivative trades are being implemented in many of the world’s major economies. Welcome to our new series: Initial Margin for Uncleared Derivatives in 2019 and 2020. Episode 1: Edmund Parker, Mayer Brown’s Global Head of Derivatives & Structured Products, provides a detailed overview of the background and documentation requirements for Phase 4 and 5 of the Uncleared Margin Rules. If you are involved in implementing uncleared derivatives margin requirements, this is a must-see.
Views: 657 Mayer Brown
Members :: Treasury Consulting LLP Pleased to Present Video Titled - " Securities Financing Transactions Regulations (SFTR) ". Video would be covering Regulatory Implications of EU Compliance - Securities Financing Transactions Regulations (SFTR) covering all Securities Financing Transactions. You are most welcome to connect with us at 91-9899242978 (Handheld) , [email protected] , [email protected] , Skype ~ Rahul5327 , Twitter @ Rahulmagan8 or visit our website - www.treasuryconsulting.in
Views: 2023 Foreign Exchange Maverick Thinkers
This week, we are having a closer look at MiFID II implementation projects from a practical perspective. For further information, please check out: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/financial-services/regulation/mifid-ii/mifid-ii-european-securities-markets.html http://regulatorycompliance.pwc-tools.de/en/ http://blogs.pwc.de/compliance-fs/
Views: 1852 MiFID II @ PwC
It may take some getting used to, but most financial market participants have come to accept regulation as a fact of life. The latest in a long series of regulations is the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). Are you ready for it? Andrea Hotter [email protected] Twitter: @andreahotter
Views: 1618 MetalBulletinTV
Transaction reporting is seen as one of the MiFID II priorities for ESMA and the national competent authorities such as the FCA, BaFin and AMF. In this video we take a look at what has changed in the regulation, the challenges investment firms may face and finally provide some things for firms to consider in making their implementation a success.
Views: 8160 MiFID II @ PwC
Regulatory Consultant Collette O'Gorman from Baringa shares her market leading thoughts around where the market is at with EMIR now we have been live for six weeks. Also, her colleague James Nicholls covers what we can expect with MIFID II and likely obstacles to overcome...
Views: 462 Alex Horner
The Dodd-Frank act has brought the most significant changes to financial regulation in the United States since the reform that followed the Great Depression. While much of the spotlight has been on banks and other financial institutions, corporations must now also take the necessary steps to ensure their derivatives trading activities are compliant with the new regulations. Transparency has taken centre stage, and a number of instruments will now have to be centrally cleared, while some will need to be traded on exchanges or SEFs. This will have a major impact on corporates' derivatives trading strategies and technology spend.
Views: 2697 SuperDerivativesVid
Lucian Firth, Managing Associate with Simmons and Simmons updates Tip TV viewers about SFTR - Securities Financing Transactions Regulation, a new European regulation which came-into effect in January 2016 and will be implemented in a phased manner. “STFR aims to make shadow banking a safer place”, says Firth. This segment will address commonly raised questions about STFR like- - Which entities are affected - Which transactions are affected? - Obligations imposed under SFTR Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to talk markets, economics, trading and investing, keeping our audience informed via insightful and actionable infotainment. See More At: www.tiptv.co.uk Twitter: @OfficialTipTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtiptv
Views: 454 Linear Talk
This two day extended intermediate to advanced level programme will provide delegates with comprehensive training in the latest MiFID II regulatory, risk, compliance and implementation issues. Delegates will be guided through the latest MiFID II operational framework in detail, and will be provided with a critical and explanatory review of the latest draft Level 2 texts published by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). The course will also provide extensive guidance on the new MiFID II provisions affecting over-the-counter (OTC) and commodity derivatives, algorithmic trading, dark trades and dark pools
Views: 3584 Storm-7 Consulting
In the avalanche of new regulation, there are plenty of dark clouds to come to terms with - AIFMD, Dodd Frank, EMIR, UCITS, MiFID, FATCA, FTT. If you are a global Investment Manager, you have the unenviable task of rationalizing, aligning and implementing all of the strands. While implementation is a headache, can we see any business upside?
Views: 130 SibosTV
Basel III: New Regulatory Requirements: http://www.londonfs.com/programmes/Basel-III-new-regulatory-requirements/Overview/ Dr William Allen talks about the evolution of banking regulation from the early days of derregulation in the mid-1970s until the recent Basel III rules and its impact in current financial markets. Allen explains some of the key areas of focus of recent regulations, identify critical aspects of its implementation and provides some insights into how financial institutions can adapt to a new environment characterized by increased capital constrains.
Views: 11508 London Financial Studies Ltd.
Mark Kelly discusses the current and future challenges facing EMIR Reporting client
Views: 188 Frances Doherty
In this first issue of Banking Views, KPMG Luxembourg's Sven Mühlenbrock talks about EMIR, the European Market Infrastructure Regulation. Sven outlines the objectives, scope and timeline for this European Parliament regulation which covers all OTC derivatives in Europe.
Views: 626 KPMG Luxembourg
Speech by Sylvie Goulard MEP (ALDE ADLE) on : Markets in financial instruments and repeal of Directive 2004/39/EC - Markets in financial instruments and amendment of the EMIR Regulation on OTC derivatives, central counterparties and trade repositories [MEP Speech] [Language FR original] Goulard-OR_121025_154922_mesp_fr
Views: 75 ALDE ADLE
Olaf Badstübner, Global Director Financial Services at Atos International talks to Chris Matten, Partner at PwC about the key messages about regulatory reporting at the moment. Twitter: www.twitter.com/RiskMinds Linked In: www.linkedin.com/groups/3263290 Facebook: www.facebook.com/RiskMinds/ Google+: www.plus.google.com/u/2/104955793677337167572
Views: 1650 RiskMindsTV
Stefan Fruschki, head of regulatory management, institutional cash management at Deutsche Bank, explains to The Banker’s Joy Macknight the development of the FTR 2015, which comes into effect in June.
Views: 179 The Banker
Tina Hasenpusch, Executive Director, Head of Clearing & Business Development at CME Clearing Europe tells us all about their latest offering for the OTC Derivatives space and its particular significance right now with the onset of Dodd Frank and EMIR.
Views: 1721 TradeTechTV
The MiFID II framework can roughly be divided into two main areas of regulation: investor protection and market infrastructure. In relation to market infrastructure we will witness a reorganization of the current trading landscape and experience an increase in requirements regarding transparency. Today’s webcast is intended to give you an overview of the new trading landscape as well as the extended transparency rules created by MiFID II.
Views: 5329 MiFID II @ PwC
This bobsguide webinar will explain what a regulatory reporting factory is; how it operates; the technology and automation processes behind it; and how it can potentially help chief financial officers (CFOs) and risk and reporting compliance officers at banks and financial institutions (FIs) comply with all necessary regulations. With the raft of new post-crash regulations now hitting the sector, such as Basel III, Dodd-Frank, EMIR in Europe, the US Fed’s Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) rules and so forth – not to mention all the usual sanctions/AML screening duties and OFAC compliance procedures – it is essential that firms get on top of their regulatory reporting duties or face fines. Companies must understand and be able to track the higher liquidity and capital requirements of the ‘new normal’ regulatory environment, which also demands less leverage on balance sheets, and be prepared to report to domestic or regional regulators quickly, sometimes in real-time or intra-day. More than half of CFOs and risk and compliance officers feel that their organisations struggle to meet the needs of regulatory reporting, according to a recent KPMG study, which also found that 70% of firms are experiencing an increase in regulatory requirements. Nearly two-thirds of the study group also anticipate a further increase in compliance demands. This webinar will show you how to cope with this demand, control costs and strengthen regulatory compliance, while still getting benefits, at your firm. Speaker: David Paris - Global Solutions Partner - Risk, Compliance and Data, HCL Technologies Moderator: Neil Ainger, Editor-in-Chief, bobsguide, an Association for Financial Professionals Company
Views: 3420 bobsguide
www.mres.com Multi Real Estate Services - Ron Henderson evaluates the implementation of new financial regulation on the mortgage industry and the economy. Includes interaction between Fed Chairman Bernanke and Jaime Dimon CEO JP Morgan Chase. i.e. gov't hasn't done an analysis on the accumulative effect of the new regs on the economy. Specialist in the art of Real Estate Sales and Finance Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, Conejo Valley, Simi Valley
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http://quantshub.com From September 2016 the financial industry is facing new regulation that is going to shape (again) the business of OTC derivatives: all tier-1 derivative dealers will have to post Initial Margin on their books of bilateral trades. From September 2020 nearly all financial institutions will have to comply. The Fed and ISDA have estimated the cost of this new framework in the many-billion zone. In this webinar Ignacio Ruiz introduces the details of the new regulatory framework and presents computations of all XVAs (including MVA – the funding cost of Initial Margin) under different trading conditions for an illustrative interest rate swap and a swaption. He shows how the cost of trading is going back to the old uncollateralised levels with the new regulation. He also explains how MVA can have strong Wrong Way Risk and how not only the actual value of MVA will be very high but its volatility will be very strong too in stressed markets. Finally, he will explain how MVA can be calculated fast and accurately with the novel AGA (Algorithmic Greeks Acceleration) method. Topics covered include: *The new economics of trading under Initial Margin *Impact in the industry and in the market *MVA vs. CVA, DVA, FVA, KVA *The operational and regulatory path *Dynamic SIMM simulation: how to do it fast and accurately *Example calculations: swaps and swaptions
Views: 1676 Quants Hub
June 12, 2012. Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, enacted in July 2010, put into place new requirements for those who do swap transactions, including registration of "swap dealers" and "major swap participants." The regulations issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) went beyond registration to include new mandatory clearing, reporting, recordkeeping, and compliance requirements. These requirements are applicable to both US banks and non-US banks doing business in the United States. Among the issues discussed in this video are: * What new requirements are applicable to anyone engaged in swap activity? Are there any exceptions? * What unique issues do these requirements pose for non-US banks? * What is the extraterritorial effect of these new requirements? * What are the SEC and CFTC registration requirements for "swap dealers" and "major swap participants"? Participants: Michael Griffin, Kathleen Scott, Andrew Joseph Shipe, and Daniel Waldman
Views: 2086 Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP