The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has fined Morgan Stanley $875,000 for failing to provide accurate trade data (also known as “blue sheets”) in an automated format when requested to do so by FINRA and the SEC. The regulator found that the bank had experienced significant failures in its blue sheet systems between 2014 and 2017, and made numerous deficient or inaccurate submissions. Morgan Stanley, which has not admitted or denied the charges, claims that human error was the cause of the inaccurate submissions.
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The very sudden impact of Covid-19 and resultant shutdown of physical sites has stress-tested financial institutions and vendors to their limits. Now banks and firms are slowly starting to re-open offices. But what will the new normal look like and what steps should you be taking now to make the most of this situation? This...
While the UK has set the global standard for an effective and supportive approach to FinTech regulation, as the sector matures, change is needed to help launch more firms successfully into the global market, according to a new report from financial services trade association TheCityUK. Regulatory hurdles remain a barrier and difficult to understand within...
Data Management Summit USA Virtual will explore how sell side and buy side financial institutions are navigating the global crisis and adapting their data strategies to manage in today’s new normal environment.
This eighth edition of A-Team Group’s Regulatory Data Handbook is a ‘must-have’ for capital markets participants during this period of unprecedented change. Available free of charge, it profiles every regulation that impacts capital markets data management practices giving you: A detailed overview of each regulation with key dates, data and data management implications, links to...