Session Details
Digitalising regulatory reporting 2023

Presenting Speakers

About the Session

Regulators have set their sights on better risk information sharing and data collection and Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) is here to stay. How will the transformation in Derivatives reporting change the game and how will granular trade reporting align with future plans for prudential data collection?

Regulatory Challenges
  • European Commission/ ESMA workshop on machine-readable and executable reporting (MRER)  here
  • Bank of England transforming data collection from the UK financial sector RegCast here and paper here
  • European Commission supervisory data strategy here
  • EBA 430C: feasibility report on the integrated reporting system here
  • Completing Basel III and future efforts here
  • Prioritizing post Covid regulatory safety, transparency and accountability needs
  • JWG NextGen regulatory reporting Q2 21 progress update here
New RegTech/SupTech drivers
  • Thomson Reuters: Digital regulatory reporting efforts reach milestone with successful CFTC swaps reporting launch in Europe here
  • RegCast: DRR music ups tempo here
  • Analysis: EC pushes ahead with DRR; UK ambitions narrow here
  • RegCast: Staying in control of a digital age here
  • RegCast: MiFID III & Digitalising markets here
  • RegCast: Digitzing derivative reporting with DRR here
  • Building macro-pictures, analysis and simulations  straight-through from granular, operational data
  • The measurement-and-analytics chain must be automated for speed; parts of it must perform real-time, global
  • Hard standardisation through infrastructure: one fact, one representation only, accurate real time, used by all
  • Linking business glossariesto reporting obligations through disambiguated natural language