G20 leaders articulated a key action item at their historic 2009 summit in Pittsburgh: the mitigation of systemic risk emanating from the global over the counter (OTC) derivatives market including the need to report derivative transactions to trade repositories. While proposed regulations are primarily designed to assist local market regulators, they are often leveraging global standards such as LEI, CDE, UTI, UPI, and ISO.
In this webinar a panel of industry experts dive into the upcoming revisions to derivatives trade reporting rules in North America and their impact to firms’ reporting processes.
Explore various viewpoints on specific implications of the proposed regulations including:
- What are the primary changes to the current reporting regime?
- How will UPI and ISO be integrated into the proposed regulations?
- How do the proposed regulations impact public price dissemination (PPD)?
- What is the current status of Canadian regulations and how will that manifest itself based on the proposed timelines?