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  1. Navigating the MiFID Maze

    This webinar covers many topics including:

    The status of firms outside the EU in "third countries" - does MiFID II or MAR apply at all?
    How does the domicile of your counterparty influence your application of the rules, in combination with your own?
    The fact that the domicile of the instrument you traded also changes the application of the rules
    Why this affects Transaction Reporting under MiFID II
    The relationship between Algorithmic Trading and MiFID II
    The detection and reporting rules under MiFID II
    The relevance of new trading venues such as Organised Trading Facilities (OTFs) and Systemic Internalisers (SIs)
    A matrix showing how all this fits together, and why configuring your OMS needs careful thought, see below

  2. Riskfocus Webinar Part 1

    There is no end of research extoling the grim realities or lamenting the high costs and negative impacts of Trade and Transaction Reporting, unfortunately, it’s not going away. We thought it was time to explore the positive perspective. In this enhanced recording of a live event on June 30th we asked four firms with varying stakes in the Trade and Transaction Reporting domain to discuss the perceived, achieved and potential positives to be gained from this unavoidable obligation.

    Having been forced to combine and align multiple sources of transaction data, are there internal benefits that have accrued or may accrue?
    What data quality controls have been built and how have they benefited the market as a whole?
    Has the need for matching at the trade repository improved the quality or integrity of intra-firm processes? Confirmations, settlements etc?
    Has delegated reporting improved clients access to data and understanding of the operational flows?
    What have we learned from the public data?

    Part 1:

    The State of Play
    The Search for Benefits
    The Hub Concept
    Poll 1 - Has Trade Reporting Benefited Your Firm?
    Market Feedback

  3. Riskfocus Webinar Part 3

    There is no end of research extoling the grim realities or lamenting the high costs and negative impacts of Trade and Transaction Reporting, unfortunately, it’s not going away. We thought it was time to explore the positive perspective. In this enhanced recording of a live event on June 30th we asked four firms with varying stakes in the Trade and Transaction Reporting domain to discuss the perceived, achieved and potential positives to be gained from this unavoidable obligation.

    Having been forced to combine and align multiple sources of transaction data, are there internal benefits that have accrued or may accrue?
    What data quality controls have been built and how have they benefited the market as a whole?
    Has the need for matching at the trade repository improved the quality or integrity of intra-firm processes? Confirmations, settlements etc?
    Has delegated reporting improved clients access to data and understanding of the operational flows?
    What have we learned from the public data?

    Part 3

    What have we learned from the Public data?
    CCP Basis
    Packages
    Public and Private Data Uses
    Poll 3 - What Is Your Firm Using the Public Data For?

  4. Riskfocus Webinar Part 4

    There is no end of research extoling the grim realities or lamenting the high costs and negative impacts of Trade and Transaction Reporting, unfortunately, it’s not going away. We thought it was time to explore the positive perspective. In this enhanced recording of a live event on June 30th we asked four firms with varying stakes in the Trade and Transaction Reporting domain to discuss the perceived, achieved and potential positives to be gained from this unavoidable obligation.

    Having been forced to combine and align multiple sources of transaction data, are there internal benefits that have accrued or may accrue?
    What data quality controls have been built and how have they benefited the market as a whole?
    Has the need for matching at the trade repository improved the quality or integrity of intra-firm processes? Confirmations, settlements etc?
    Has delegated reporting improved clients access to data and understanding of the operational flows?
    What have we learned from the public data?

    Part 4

    Delegated Reporting
    Expectations regarding MiFID/MiFIR
    Opportunities
    Conclusions from all panellists

  5. Riskfocus Webinar Part 2

    There is no end of research extoling the grim realities or lamenting the high costs and negative impacts of Trade and Transaction Reporting, unfortunately, it’s not going away. We thought it was time to explore the positive perspective. In this enhanced recording of a live event on June 30th we asked four firms with varying stakes in the Trade and Transaction Reporting domain to discuss the perceived, achieved and potential positives to be gained from this unavoidable obligation.

    Having been forced to combine and align multiple sources of transaction data, are there internal benefits that have accrued or may accrue?
    What data quality controls have been built and how have they benefited the market as a whole?
    Has the need for matching at the trade repository improved the quality or integrity of intra-firm processes? Confirmations, settlements etc?
    Has delegated reporting improved clients access to data and understanding of the operational flows?
    What have we learned from the public data?

    Part 2

    Data Quality and Controls
    Global Regulations
    Poll 2 - How has Trade Reporting Affected Data Quality in Your Firm?

  6. Reconciliations at ICAP: DUCO Video Series Part 1

    This is the first part of a video series looking at how data in the OTC market needs reconciliation to achieve high quality for internal and regulatory purposes. This video features Julie Carruthers who is Head of Operations for the ICAP global broking division, taking about how the role of IT is changing, why Excel is no longer suitable for carrying out reconciliations.

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