Bloomberg has added CMA’s same day closing credit default swap (CDS) prices – CMA DataVision – to the Bloomberg Professional service. CMA DataVision provides data for more than 2000 single name CDSs, indices and tranches, delivered by 5pm London and 5pm New York time. Bloomberg believes that the integration of CMA DataVision with existing credit derivatives analytics functions on Bloomberg Professional solidifies its position as the leading credit derivatives platform. CMA was founded in 2001 by credit specialists and has offices in London and New York.
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The transition away from LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) is well underway, but there remains considerable ambiguity around how the final stages will be executed – especially with regards to benchmark replacements in markets outside the UK. What are the options, where are the uncertainties and what stage have firms reached in their preparations? The...
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has published a global transition roadmap for LIBOR that sets out a timetable of actions financial firms should take to ensure a smooth transition from LIBOR to other risk-free rates by the end of 2021. The data management task of transition remains a huge challenge for many firms, but it...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
The US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act – aka FATCA – raised eyebrows when its final regulations requiring foreign financial institutions (FFIs) to report US accounts to US tax authorities were published last year. But with the exception of a few modifications, the legislation remains in place and starts to comes into force in earnest...