CFTC and EMIR reporting rewrites: Getting it done, getting it right for the future
Banks, brokers and asset managers globally face a sea change in derivative trade reporting regulations. We brought together an expert panel to discuss ensuring compliance in a shifting regulatory landscape. Submit the form to start watching.
New derivatives reporting regulations are calling for more granular reporting, improvements in data accuracy, adoption of industry data standards and much more.
Hear from a panel of industry experts and learn about the common challenges in meeting the new requirements of the CFTC Rewrite and EMIR Refit. The event explored the tools available to help you streamline processes, reduce errors and establish a future-proof trade reporting operation.
WATCH NOW TO LEARN:
The challenges, similarities and differences between the CFTC Rewrite and EMIR Refit
The impact of the new reporting rules upon data quality and management
Why reconciliation processes need to change to better support the new rules
What the blueprint for strategic, scalable and efficient derivatives trade reporting looks like
How new technology can support you in futureproofing your reporting
Founder, Firebrand Research
Virginie O’Shea is a capital markets fintech research specialist, with two decades of experience in tracking financial technology developments in the sector, with a particular focus on regulatory developments, data and standards. She is the founder of Firebrand Research, a new research and advisory firm focused on providing capital markets technology and operations insights for the digital age.
Senior Product Owner,Standard Chartered Bank
After stints at RBS, Cargill and Nomura, covering a wide range of Operational functions in Cash, Derivatives & Regulation, Ewen is current at Standard Chartered Bank acting as Senior Product Owner for the Regulatory Operations team and is responsible for reporting re-platforming and regulatory implementation in MiFID TR, SFTR and G20 GTR reporting globally.
Founder & Editor, DerivSource
Julia Schieffer is the Founder & Editor of DerivSource.com, a leading online information source for OTC derivatives and post-trade professionals. A seasoned journalist, Julia specialises in OTC derivatives pre- and post-trade operations, technology (fintech/regtech), risk management and regulation. Prior to starting up DerivSource, Julia wrote for multiple trade publications both in the US and UK and was managing editor for Operations Management, a publication of Institutional Investor News/Euromoney PLC. DerivSource is part of Markets Media Group.
Senior Director, Regulatory Technology, CIBC
Loren Schwartz is the Senior Director responsible for CIBC’s Capital Markets Regulatory Technology group and a Strategic Advisor to the Canadian RegTech Association. With a career spanning roles at CIBC, TD and OMERS, Loren is a specialist in OTC pre and post trade operations, finance, risk and regulations with a passion for innovation, automation and transformation.
Founder & CEO, Duco
Christian Nentwich is co-founder and CEO of Duco. A lifelong technologist with a relentless passion for simplifying complex data using augmented machine learning and AI automation, Christian has led Duco from a few lines of code five years ago to an award-winning global enterprise.