MiFID II definitions for time-stamping and rules for record keeping to support tracking of trade orders — as defined in Article 25 of the directive’s regulatory technical standards (RTS 25) — even less than a year away from the deadline for compliance with the regulation, appear to be little understood, according to experts who spoke in a webinar hosted by Intelligent Trading Technology on March 16.
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Firms Struggle To Grasp MiFID II Time-stamping Rules
Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) creates new data sources that could be used to identify business opportunities and gain competitive edge. The sources include Approved Publication Arrangements (APA) and ESMA’s Financial Instruments Reference Data System (FIRDS). The regulation also...
Members of the JWG Customer Data Management Group speak to Reference Data Review about the upcoming hot topics in the area of entity and counterparty data. Challenging the Customer Data Conundrum PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of JWG A key theme within the well versed G20 93 point plan set out in spring 2009 was the call to...
Our TradingTech Summit in New York City is aimed at senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution, trading architecture and offers a day packed with insight from practitioners and from innovative suppliers happy to share their experiences in dealing with the enterprise challenges facing our marketplace.
Need to know all the essentials about the regulations impacting trading infrastructure? Welcome to the first edition of our A-Team Trading Regulations Handbook which provides all the essentials about regulations impacting trading operations, data and technology. A-Team’s Trading Regulations Handbook is a great way to see at-a-glance: All the regulations that are impacting trading technology...