Data quality 'jeopardising' Asia OTC trade reporting

Firms in Australia and Singapore are now focusing on getting the right data

Energy Risk special report - Reporting

The smooth implementation of the third phase of Australian and Singaporean trade reporting means firms are now switching their attention to meeting data quality standards – with market participants saying that failure to do so could undermine the whole purpose of monitoring over-the-counter derivatives trading.

When Europe introduced trade reporting wholesale on February 12 last year it resulted in widespread chaos and massive backlogs. Asian regulators took a more nuanced approach and

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