At the start of 2012, MarkitServ made a bet. Although the regulatory environment was still evolving, the firm – best known as a provider of middleware services that connect the varied participants in post-reform derivatives markets – decided to throw resources into building a regulatory reporting service. It was a project that would tie up 200 of its 500 staff, and later required some elements to be dismantled as the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) finalised its rules.
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