The Derivatives Service Bureau (DSB) has published the timeline for its 2021 industry consultation on 2022 OTC ISIN and CFI service provision. Core themes focus on providing updates for service enhancements sought last year, as well as risk analysis relating to the DSB’s cybersecurity and cloud resilience. The OTC ISIN and CFI consultation will operate in parallel with the broader, ongoing global consultation on the UPI fee model.
The OTC ISIN and CFI service consultation paper will shape DSB activity for 2022 and will be published on 30th April. Industry will be able to respond until 5pm UTC on Monday 31st May, with the final results of the consultation delivered on Thursday 1st July.
Emma Kalliomaki, managing director of ANNA and the DSB, says: “Good governance is at the core of everything we do and stakeholder input is key to this. We value industry feedback to shape the best OTC ISIN solution for the market and want to provide industry advance notice of when involvement is needed as we know it is a busy year with UPI discussions ongoing as well.”
As in previous years, the purpose of the consultation is to ensure that the DSB focuses its attention on the areas users consider most helpful. The consultation approach, together with the DSB’s industry outreach and market education efforts, are aimed at ensuring the DSB can continue to best serve its users.
For more information on how to get involved in the consultation process, visit email@example.com.
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