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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Recorded Webinar: Market Data / Market Access Platforms – Get What You Need While Reducing Cost and Complexity
This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording here. Due to the fundamental shifts in today’s capital markets, trading firms are constantly seeking ways to obtain and effectively manage the market data they need from leading venues. Although there are many approaches to managing market data infrastructure, what is the most effective way...
At the upcoming RegTech Summit New York, William Gates of SmartStream RDU will be enlightening us as to the current challenges around MiFID II and MiFIR for US-based firms; as well as giving a rundown of where we are (as far as anyone can really know!) with Brexit, and what the implications could be for...
Now in its 3rd 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 A-Team Group’s best read handbook, the Regulatory Data Handbook, which is now in its seventh edition and continues to grow in terms of the number of regulations covered, the detail of each regulation and the impact that all the rules and regulations will have on data and data management at your institution. This...