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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Beyond regulatory compliance, what are the opportunities for leveraging standards to improve operational efficiencies? Financial institutions are starting to realise there are clear benefits in taking a strategic approach to data standardisation as they move to more data driven approaches which require good quality, accurate data for analytics and AI programmes. This webinar will review...
In an extraordinary achievement that attracted over 1,000 delegates and well over 20,000 views, A-Team Group’s debut Virtual Data Management Summit went live last week to showcase the most cutting-edge content from an industry that has shown itself to be both resilient and responsive to the unique challenges presented by the ongoing coronavirus epidemic. Focusing...
Now in its 10th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London explores how financial institutions are shifting from defensive to offensive data management strategies, to improve operational efficiency and revenue enhancing opportunities. We’ll be putting the business lens on data and deep diving into the data management capabilities needed to deliver on business outcomes.
FRTB is one of the most sweeping and transformative pieces of regulation to hit the financial markets in the last two decades. With the deadline confirmed as January 2022, this Special Report provides a detailed insight into exactly what the data requirements are for FRTB in its latest (and final) incarnation, and explores what needs to be done in order to meet these needs on a cost-effective and company-wide basis.