17 April 2014

Trade Reporting in Canada – Ready or Not

George Bollenbacher, Capital Markets Advisors

Swaps trade reporting has had an inauspicious start in the US and Europe. And as Canada prepares to roll out its own trade reporting requirements, a number of questions still need to be answered. rest of story...


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    Investment Research: Technology Wins Mindshare

    Even as research coverage has dwindled, investors are bombarded with investment information from online news sites, social media networks and bloggers. As a result, however, professional research often ...
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    LEIs: A Panacea for Market Risk?

    Dodd-Frank mandated the creation of Legal Entity Identifiers, or LEIs, to identify institutions participating in financial transactions, particularly in the swaps and derivatives markets, and help ...
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    Market Surveillance: Moving Beyond the Alert

    Quick: What happens after you get an alert about a potential problem from your market surveillance system? According to Bill Nosal, head of strategic product management, SMARTS, Nasdaq OMX, firms should ...

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Made-Available-to-Trade Pushes Swaps On, and Off, SEFs

Colby Jenkins, TABB Group

Even as SEF volumes have reached record highs in the wake of the Made-Available-to-Trade determinations, evidence suggests some users are ‘fine-tuning’ contracts in order to continue trading Off-SEF. Continue

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