Barclays Global Investors and Brown Brothers Harriman have become the first asset manager and custodian to exchange FpML (Financial products Markup Language) based contract notifications over Swiftnet. Soon after, State Street, on behalf of PIMCO and other buy-side customers, began testing FpML communication with Bank of New York, Mellon Bank, Northern Trust and State Street Corp. Swift launched the Swiftnet FpML programme, in cooperation with ISDA (the International Swaps and Derivatives Association), earlier this year in a bid to automate OTC derivatives post-trade processing.
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Barclays Global Investors, BBH Exchange FpML Messages over Swiftnet
Global data standards and identifiers are essential to business growth, market stability and cost reduction – but they can be challenging to implement, while a lack of consistency across jurisdictions has presented obstacles to global take-up. However, with regulators starting to sit up and take note, the issue of data standards is coming increasingly to...
The Derivatives Service Bureau (DSB) opened a first round of industry consultation on fee principles for the Unique Product Identifier (UPI) today. The consultation ends on 5 March 2021 and is the first of two consultations before a final report is published in September 2021. The UPI will come into play in 2022 and will...
RegTech Summit APAC will explore the current regulatory environment in Asia Pacific, the impact of COVID on the RegTech industry and the extent to which the pandemic has acted a catalyst for RegTech adoption in financial markets.
Welcome to the fourth edition of A-Team Group’s Entity Data Management Handbook sponsored by entity data specialist Bureau van Dijk, a Moody’s Analytics company. As entity data takes a central role in business strategies dedicated to making the customer experience markedly better, this handbook delves into the detail of everything you need to do to...