Unfolding the Complexity of OTC Derivatives Reform in APAC – HKMA Phase 2 Reporting, MiFID II and Non-Cleared Margining

Time: Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017, 2:00pm-4:00pm (Singapore/Hong Kong)

Venue: 27 Floor, Jardine House, One Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong

With HKMA Phase 2 mandatory reporting commencing on 1st July 2017, and MAS enforcing equity and commodity derivatives reporting for banks in 2nd half of 2017, OTC derivatives trade reporting is approaching completion in Australia and Singapore and ramping up in…

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HKMA Phase 2 mandatory reporting – are you prepared for 1 July 2017

As HKMA Phase 2 mandatory reporting requirements are looming on the horizon with a commencement date of 1 July 2017, firms are putting it high on the agenda to create a plan of attack. The Phase 2 rules have expanded the reporting scope to cover all the OTC derivative transactions in the five asset classes as well as daily valuation information. The threshold for exempt person relief now…

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Maximizing the value of your trade reporting through data quality and analytics

As firms continue to implement reporting requirements across multiple jurisdictions, they are becoming increasingly focused on data quality and analytics. Recent enforcement actions by the CFTC prove that it is vital for firms to report high quality data to avoid regulatory scrutiny. Trade repositories are already in the forefront to implement data quality business process changes, and many…

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MAS Trade Reporting – Increasing Complexity and Quality Demands

MAS rules for nexus reporting will be published imminently, and this will impact all market participants. Additionally, the rules will cover reporting for equity and commodity derivatives as well as collateral. On top of that, given the increasing level of regulatory scrutiny on data quality, firms are now under pressure not only to satisfy new complex requirements but also to implement best…

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ASIC Trade Reporting – Overcoming the Last Mile Challenges

With the reporting of valuation and collateral by Phase 3B firms commencing on 4th July 2016, ASIC will soon have implemented OTC trade reporting for all asset classes across the market. Although the information to be reported is minimal, there are still some common pitfalls that firms should watch out for. On top of that, given the increasing level of regulatory scrutiny on data quality, firms…

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