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SteelEye and UnaVista Partner on Reporting Solution Following CME Announcement

SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, and UnaVista, the regulatory reporting platform from London Stock Exchange Group, have joined forces to support financial firms with best-in-class reporting services as they migrate from CME’s European Trade Repository (TR) and NEX Abide regulatory reporting services, which will close in November 2020. SteelEye has been a technical…

UK Opts Out of CSDR Buy-in, SFTR Reporting

In a written statement outlining a series of regulatory reforms planned for the UK, Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed last week that the UK will not include the Central Securities Depositories Regulation’s (CSDR) settlement discipline regime as part of its adoption of EU regulations post Brexit. Instead, UK firms should “continue to apply the existing industry-led…

Borrowing Time: Industry Must Converge on Margin Call Automation

By Tim Keady, Chief Client Officer (CCO) and Head of DTCC Solutions. Although the global impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) feels like a once-in-a-generation event, it is the latest in a string of crises that have impacted financial markets over the past couple of decades. With the tech bubble burst in 2000; followed by September 11, 2001; then the financial crisis of 2008-2009; and the flash crash of 2010, the industry is no stranger to disruptive events. Not…

Mid Atlantic Capital Chooses SS&C Technologies for FINRA CAT Reporting

Mid Atlantic Capital Group has chosen SS&C to automate its FINRA Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) reporting obligations. The Securities and Exchange Commission will require all broker-dealers to report equities and options transaction data to FINRA CAT at the end of the month.  SS&C will monitor, submit and correct transactional data on behalf of Mid Atlantic Capital…

Recorded Webinar: Overcoming the Barriers to Implementing RegTech Solutions: The View from Either Side of the Fence

RegTech holds the promise of targeted, agile and often low-cost solutions to the real-world problems faced by financial institutions across the board. So why is it so difficult to get RegTech projects off the ground? RegTech solutions providers complain that it’s difficult to get access to decision-makers, and even when they do it’s tough to…

Are You Ready for RegTech Virtual 2020?

We’ve only got a week to go, and our brand new and fully virtual RegTech Summit is fast approaching. One of the most innovative, exciting and engaging platforms we have ever worked on, we are delighted to bring you two days of unique, insightful and cutting edge content on the most pressing regulatory challenges of…

EU Regulator Offers Guidance on Cloud Outsourcing

ESMA has issued new guidance this month to help financial providers understand their compliance responsibilities when outsourcing functions or investment activities to cloud-based providers. Published on 3 June in in draft form and currently open to consultation, the proposals are designed to help firms mitigate the risks that they are exposed to when outsourcing to…

Communications = Key Compliance Concern During Covid-19

COVID-19, lockdown, working from home and self-isolation are now well established across the financial industry, but how are compliance teams impacted? A recent survey on market abuse monitoring from SteelEye found that almost half (40%) of the 80 market participants have seen their compliance budgets increase since the lockdown, with monitoring communications seen as the…

And the Winner Is….

The results are in, and A-Team Group is delighted to announce the winners of our annual RegTech Insight Awards, celebrating the very best and most innovative solutions and providers within the fast-growing RegTech space. Now in their fourth year, the prestigious annual awards recognise both established solution providers and innovative newcomers, seeking to herald and…

Industry Supports Pre-Cessation LIBOR Fallbacks, Finds ISDA

ISDA has found that a significant majority of practitioners would prefer to include pre-cessation and permanent cessation fallbacks without optionality or flexibility. The feedback comes in response to a consultation launched by ISDA in February which asked whether the 2006 ISDA Definitions should be amended to include fallbacks that would apply to all covered derivatives…