MiFID II definitions for time-stamping and rules for record keeping to support tracking of trade orders — as defined in Article 25 of the directive’s regulatory technical standards (RTS 25) — even less than a year away from the deadline for compliance with the regulation, appear to be little understood, according to experts who spoke in a webinar hosted by Intelligent Trading Technology on March 16.
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Firms Struggle To Grasp MiFID II Time-stamping Rules
Recorded Webinar: Trade surveillance: Deploying monitoring and surveillance capabilities for today’s new normal
Let’s face it: The old ways aren’t coming back. A plethora of challenges brought on by the covid-19 pandemic, coupled with unrelenting market volatility and uncertainty, have pushed financial service firms to look for rigorous monitoring and surveillance solutions to meet the demands of the emerging trading landscape. Working from home (WFH) has increased the...
In a deal claimed to be one of the largest fundraises conducted for the RegTech and Compliance sector, London-based communications surveillance provider VoxSmart has raised $25 million to strengthen its markets surveillance technology suite and to fund further expansion, particularly in North America and emerging markets. Following $13.7 million raised in earlier rounds of Series...
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.
FRTB is one of the most sweeping and transformative pieces of regulation to hit the financial markets in the last two decades. With the deadline confirmed as January 2022, this Special Report provides a detailed insight into exactly what the data requirements are for FRTB in its latest (and final) incarnation, and explores what needs to be done in order to meet these needs on a cost-effective and company-wide basis.