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Upcoming Webinar: Managing the transaction reporting landscape post Brexit: MiFID II, SFTR, EMIR

16 March 2021

Date: 16 March 2021
Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET
Duration: 50 minutes

The transaction reporting landscape has, for many financial institutions, expanded considerably in size since the end of the UK’s Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020 and the resulting need for double reporting of some transactions to both EU and UK authorities. It has also changed dramatically following the UK government’s failure to reach equivalence agreements with the European Commission, leaving financial institutions facing a slew of changes to reporting requirements.

Changes to MiFID II reporting include the necessity to switch from ESMA’s FIRDS and FITRS data sources for transaction reporting to similar, but slightly different, FCA systems in the UK. Under UK MiFIR, an EU investment firm that has executed transactions via a UK branch or vice versa will have a dual reporting obligation.UK EMIR coverage means branches of third-country firms are not in scope of the UK EMIR reporting regime, although branches of UK established firms outside the UK are in scope and must report derivative transactions to an FCA-registered trade repository. UK SFTR differs from EU SFTR in excluding the need for non-financial counterparties to report under the regulation.

These changes are a huge burden for financial services firms in terms of data, cost and resource, but in the absence of equivalence they must be made.

This webinar will detail how firms are bridging the reporting gap between EU and UK regulation, identify the problems and solutions of common stumbling points, and help you ensure ongoing compliance in an increasingly complex world of transaction reporting.

Register for the webinar to join discussion on:

  • The UK regulatory transaction reporting regime
  • How it differs from the existing EU regime
  • Data and data management changes UK firms must make
  • How to use technologies, tools and services to achieve efficiency
  • Further changes to watch out for as 2021 unfolds

Speakers:

Melanie Bristow, Director – SFTR & Uncleared Bilateral Margin Programme, UBS

Darryl Hockings, Director – GBS Compliance Advisory, Societe Generale

Joseph Byrne, CIPP/E, CIPM, Privacy Solutions Engineer, OneTrust 

Tom Wieczorek, Managing Director, Global Product Management, UnaVista, LSEG

Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
A-Team Group

More about our speakers:

Darryl Hockings
Director – GBS Compliance Advisory
Societe Generale

Darryl is a Compliance Officer covering SFTR, EMIR and MiFIR at Societe Generale in the UK, as well as non-reporting topics including CSDR and SRD II for the Agency and Principal businesses. His 16-year experience includes implementation of Regulatory projects at Soc Gen, LCH and HSBC amongst others.

Joseph Byrne, CIPP/E, CIPM
Privacy Solutions Engineer
OneTrust

Joseph Byrne serves as a Privacy Solutions Engineer at OneTrust – the #1 most widely used privacy, security and trust technology platform. In his role, Joseph advises companies large and small on EU GDPR, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Brazil LGPD, and hundreds of the world’s privacy laws, focused on formulating efficient and effective responses to data protection requirements as well as building and scaling privacy programmes. Joseph is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E, CIPM) and earned a degree in Engineering from the University of Leeds.

Tom Wieczorek
Managing Director, Global Product Management
UnaVista, LSEG

Tom is in charge of product strategy for LSEG’s UnaVista post trade regulatory services, including MiFIR ARM and EMIR TR. Tom’s responsibilities include guiding the direction of UnaVista’s solutions and keeping LSEG post trade offerings at the forefront of regulatory, market and technology developments.

Prior to joining LSEG, Tom headed financial services solutions at NexJ, led workforce planning and business intelligence products at Workbrain Inc., and worked in Product Management and Business Development at Siebel Systems. Tom holds an engineering degree from University of Waterloo and an MBA from Queen’s School of Business.


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