Recorded Webinar: MiFID II: How to optimise data management for transaction reporting21 June 2018
As MiFID II hits the six-month mark, how well is your organisation handling transaction reporting? Is it ready to meet the LEI mandate that will take effect on July 3 and require all parties to transactions to have LEIs? And how is it coping with sourcing and managing ISINs required for OTC derivatives reporting?
The webinar will provide guidance on how to optimise transaction reporting under MiFID II to the extent that it is not only compliant, but also provides business and operational benefits.
To this end, it will consider how you can ensure you get the right LEIs in place in time to avoid the No LEI, No Trade conundrum, and how to address issues around sourcing and managing ISINs required for OTC derivatives reporting.
It will also discuss how best to work with MiFID II Approved Reporting Mechanisms (ARMs) to improve the accuracy, timeliness and efficiency of transaction reporting, and provide a snapshot of what optimal transaction reporting looks like.
Listen to the webinar to find out about:
- How firms are coping with MiFID II transaction reporting
- Approaches to implementing the LEI mandate
- Data management issues of ISINs for OTC derivatives
- How to improve reporting through ARMs
- Technology solutions for transaction reporting
- Beneficial outcomes of optimal reporting
More about our speakers:
Consultant, Regulatory change lead for MiFID ii Transaction and Reference Data Reporting
Dan has been working as a consultant in regulatory reporting at Nomura since 2014, helping improve and consolidate the governance, framework and QA for MiFID; before spending the last two years driving operations’ response to MiFID ii Transaction reporting and reference data reporting.
Prior to that he created and managed HSBC’s regulatory control team for four years, covering MiFID Trade and Transaction reporting, Dodd Frank and EMIR.
Dan is a member and regular contributor to multiple industry working groups.
Data Governance Manager
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)
David Masters was the Chief Data Officer for Societe Generale International (09/2018-Present). during this time, has experienced a broad range of data management areas, including data strategy, data governance, data quality, incorporation of company established data processes and tooling into the business, data security and data-related regulation including GDPR and BCBS 239. David has utilised his knowledge and experience of client and product referential data to ensure that various issues identified are addressed and that the data and digital transformation requirements were being met. David has also been working as project manager for “The Future of Client Reporting” stream of the data and digital transformation program being undertaken by the business.
In his recent roles, David has taken an active role in industry conferences, seminars and industry working groups, being able to use his experience when participating in panel discussions, leading discussions or chairing conferences.
Prior, he was the Referential Data Coordinator, Regulatory Reporting (07/2016-09/09/2018) and the Head of Operations Regulatory Reporting Production (01/2012-07.2016) for Societe Generale International, working as an SME in MiFIR and EMIR regulatory reporting and other non-financial regulatory reporting including Dodd-Frank, Canada, REMIT, as well as new regulations such as SFTR.
David has also worked in regulatory operations and Asset Management operations in Goldman Sachs for over 16 years.
Tim joined Thomson Reuters as part of the Clarient/Avox acquisition in 2017, and now leads the Legal Entity Reference data Proposition team within the Pricing and Reference Service division. Prior to this, Tim headed up the Product Management team within Avox, developing entity data focused solutions. He has a 30 year career within the data vendor community, working for a number of data providers.
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