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Evolution of the intelligent flow monster in trading
Date: May 02, 2013Steve Grob, director of group strategy at Fidessa, explains how playing the scale game successfully within the trading environment will increasingly depend on a changing and more intelligent relationship with technology.
Author: Steve Grob
Categories: Innovation, Markets & Exchanges, Technology & Operations, Trading & Data
Keywords: Fidessa, Steve Grob, Dodd-Frank Act, Swap Execution Facilities, MiFID II, HFT
Trade repositories key to understanding exposures
Date: Apr 08, 2013Michael Bodson, president and CEO of DTCC feels that as derivatives are a global business, the ability to provide regulators with immediate access to a global data set is crucial.
Author: Michael Bodson
Categories: Markets & Exchanges, Regulation, Risk & Compliance, Risk and Regulation, Trading & Data
Keywords: DTCC, Michael Bodson, CDS, Lehman Brothers, Systemic Risk
South Korean banks will need to boost risk tolerance levels to comply with Basel III rules
Date: Jan 18, 2013Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s "The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2012" on South Korean banks' exposure to international funding and the domestic OTC derivatives market.
Author: Baron Laudermilk
Categories: Basel III, Credit Risk, Markets & Exchanges, Operational Risk, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Trading & Data
Keywords: Counterparty Risk, Market Risk, G-SIFIs, FATCA, Volcker Rule, ERM Systems
Enhanced CCP and CSD inter-operability key to successful post-trade integration in ASEAN
Date: Jan 18, 2013Deutsche Bank report finds involvement of global banks in offering third-party clearing services across the region and seamless currency exchange flows crucial to successful post-trade integration.
Author: Lalitha Sivanesan
Categories: Clearing & Settlement, Markets & Exchanges, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Thailand, Trading & Data
Keywords: ASEAN Trading Link, Deutsche Bank, CCP, CSD
Dark pools facilitate block trade execution but raise issues of transparency
Date: Oct 22, 2012Instead of restricting dark pools development, regulatory bodies have to learn how to respond to the emerging popularity of dark pools trading, and ensure compatibility with traditional exchanges.
Author: Foo Boon Ping
Categories: Exchanges, Markets & Exchanges, Risk & Compliance, Trading & Data
Keywords: Dark Pools, Liquidnet, Seth Merrin, HKEx, SGX, ASE, TSE, SEC
Japan’s derivatives market reforms likely to result in greater transparency and security
Date: Oct 02, 2012Repeated regulatory reforms in Japan’s derivatives market to bolster trade volumes whilst promoting competitiveness among its exchanges and alternative trading platforms.
Author: Levina Lim
Categories: Exchanges, Japan, Markets & Exchanges, Regulation, Trading & Data
Keywords: OSE, TSE, CCP, Commodity Derivatives Act, FIEA, Dojima Rice Exchange, FIBO, Jun Azumi, HFT, Arrowhead, Chi-X, SBI Japannext
Deregulation of China’s derivatives market gives rise to myriad of opportunities
Date: Sep 10, 2012As China’s derivatives market undergoes deregulation, regulators are expected to keep a close watch on the market to prevent speculative trading that has resulted in major losses in the past.
Author: Levina Lim
Categories: China, Exchanges, Markets & Exchanges, Trading & Data
Keywords: OTC Derivatives, CBRC, HFT, QFII, Shanghai Futures Exchange, ETD, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, CITIC Securities
CFTC’s proposed OTC reform could result in additional risk and costs for markets
Date: Sep 04, 2012Australian, Hong Kong and Singaporean regulatory bodies urge the CFTC to carry out further collaborations with foreign counterparts before finalising application of US derivatives regulations overseas.
Author: Magessan Raj
Categories: Markets & Exchanges, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Trading & Data
Keywords: CFTC, SFC, ASIC, HKMA, MAS, RBA, Dodd-Frank, Gary Gensler, JPMorgan, Volcker Rule