From August 19, 2019 the legal and supervisory frameworks of Australia and of Singapore are held as equivalent to the EU benchmark regime, according to recent decisions published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The decisions are applicable to the administrators of financial benchmarks that are declared significant benchmarks by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, and that are designated benchmarks based on Singapore’s Securities and Futures (Designated Benchmarks) Order 2018.
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Australian and Singaporean Benchmarks Achieve EU Equivalence
Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. Markets in Financial Instruments II (MiFID II) makes sweeping changes to pre- and post-trade transparency, extending MiFID requirements limited to equities trades on regulated platforms to cover equity-like and non-equity instruments traded on any trading venue. It also requires trade data to...
By Jacob Rank-Broadley, Head of LIBOR Transition, B&I, Refinitiv. Refinitiv’s latest special report takes an in-depth look at the many remaining challenges that surround the imminent cessation of Libor, as well as the potential of data-driven solutions to enable a smooth transition. A landmark transition From the end of 2021, the FCA will no longer...
Now in its 5th year, the RegTech Summit in NYC explores how the North American financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
Welcome to our brand new RegTech Suppliers Guide. This unique guide provides detailed data profiles on close to 100 suppliers in the RegTech world, offering you an unrivalled selection of solutions for your most pressing financial regulatory challenges. The aim of the A-Team’s RegTech Suppliers Guide is to steer you through this complex marketplace, offering...