The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), which was adopted into EU law in 2012 as a new piece of legislation governing OTC derivative trading and transparency across the bloc, is set for a series of updates by the end of 2017.
A new report from GreySpark Partners, a leading global capital markets consulting firm, assesses nine technology vendor solutions that target the buyside multi-asset order and execution management system (OEMS) space.
A new whitepaper from GreySpark Partners explores how a new generation of technology vendor drop copy data management systems are emerging in 2016. Compared to the drop copy systems built in-house by trading firms for internal and client reporting trade reconciliation and risk management purposes, the new generation of drop copy data management systems are specifically designed to assist buyside and sellside trading firms expand the ways in which they can use drop copy data for regulatory reporting purposes.
The bank was experiencing severe limitations on its Euro Government and Credit Bonds trading platforms.
Following a recent merger, the client was operating two Fixed Income and FX trading solutions. Both provided direct trading capabilities on most FX and bonds markets in America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.