Session Details
Quality trade reporting 2024

Presenting Speakers

About the Session

8 counties, one goal, one standard, different implementations. Regulators have set their sights on better risk information sharing and data collection and Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) has made great strides over the past 18 months. How far has it come and how will Derivatives reporting change the game across JFSA, EU, US, UK, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong?

Regulatory Challenges
  • EU Machine-readable and executable reporting Q4 Workshop
  • ESMA ‘core market data & the quality mandate’ MiFIR here
  • Central repositories (EU SAP, NCS) FCA DP23/2
  • EU Parliament back better access to market data here
  • FCA wholesale trade data – Findings Report here
  • EU/UK Consolidated Tape tender here
  • Public/private collaboration, Open-source code Finos here
  • Bank of England transforming data collection from the UK financial sector RegCast here and paper here
  • European Commission supervisory data strategy here
  • EU agenda to reduce reporting requirements by 25%
New RegTech/SupTech drivers
  • EMIR unplugged here 
  • JWG to help firms meet new reporting expectations here
  • JWG analysis of EU/US 5-year data plans here
  • JWG derivatives analysis here
  • JWG DRR 2023 research here
  • JWG Regulatory Reporting task force here
  • 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: MiFID III & Digitalising markets here
  • RegCast: Digitzing derivative reporting with DRR here