Firms opt for unified regulatory reporting architectures amid the latest wave of new requirements

There has been a recent influx of new transaction reporting requirements. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s rewrite, the European Market Infrastructure Regulation's regulatory fitness and performance programme, and the US Securities and Exchange Commission's Exchange Act Rule 10c-1 all contribute to a rapidly changing transaction reporting landscape.

Zoi Fletcher speaks to Fabien Romero, executive director, global regulatory reporting solutions at S&P Global Market Intelligence, about the importance of unified architecture for global transaction reporting requirements.

1:22 – How new and upcoming transaction reporting requirements fit alongside global requirements for derivatives trade reporting

3:32 – How firms are approaching their regulatory architecture amid an influx of new regulatory reporting requirements

5:07 – The impact of fragmented architectures and the importance of unified architecture

6:38 – How S&P Global Market Intelligence supports firms that want to improve their existing architecture

8:07 – Emerging themes as S&P Global Market Intelligence analyses clients’ regulatory reporting practices

 

Learn more about regulatory reporting at S&P Global Market Intelligence

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