How Good Is Your Trade And Transaction Reporting, Or Do You Even know?

When I showed this blog to a chum of mine at another bank, he said my blogging’s now becoming like a London bus – you get nothing for two years and then two come along at the same time. He’s got a point! 🙂

Apparently it’s called ‘bus bunching’…

Anyway, I want to look at regulatory trade and transaction reporting and given we’ve just gone live with five brand new reporting regimes courtesy of MiFID 2, as well as the complete rewrite of EMIR trade reporting back in November last year, I really should have tried harder with my timing on this one because the ideas behind this blog were originally kicked around back in 2014 when I was at Barclays and I worked on the “what does good look like” for EMIR trade reporting first time round. Still, like a bus, better late than never and you’ll still be in good time to apply any findings ahead of SFTR and the CFTC’s rewrite of their Part 45! Continue reading