MiFIR is a real gamechanger for transaction reporting teams; it affects billions of reports and if done right, gives regulators full transparency to the markets. The industry is much further along than they were a year ago but this change is enormous and affects thousands of firms. The pressure is now on these firms to ensure they do not repeat the same mistakes seen with EMIR reporting.
As the regulation accompanying the MiFID II Directive, MiFIR’s transaction reporting requirements create new, onerous obligations. Practically aligning operations in order to successfully deliver this reporting project will be a huge challenge for banks. It is also a hugely expensive project, so hearing how to carry it out efficiently is of great value.
- Discover how to practically manage the new scope and content of reporting under MiFIR
- See how peers are managing the technical reforms to existing systems for MiFIR compliance
- Understand how best to adapt business process and human resources around the project requirements
- Ensure that the increased quantity of data does not compromise the quality of data
Practical Insights from:
- Chad Giussani, Head of Transaction Reporting Compliance, Standard Chartered
- John Demant Andersen, Head of Transaction Reporting, Nordea Capital Markets
- David Masters, Head of Operations Regulatory Reporting Production, Societe Generale
- David Broadway, Investment Operations Lead, The Investment Association
- Robert Driver, Policy Director, Capital Markets, British Bankers AssociationFor more information about this event or registering and receiving delegate discounts, please contact Melini Hadjitheori MeliniH@marcusevanscy.com or visit the event website here.