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Data management: The game changer for regulatory reporting

The coronavirus pandemic is a trigger event ushering in not only a global financial crisis, but also the inevitable regulations that will follow. After the 2008-2009 financial crisis, the financial services...

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Key questions to consider ahead of ESMA Article 37 MMF Reporting

By Jason Neiss | Apr 23, 2020 | Liquidity Risk, regulation

The introduction of Article 37 Money Market Fund Reporting, albeit delayed until September 2020, has ushered in a new era of regulatory reporting. In an effort to provide insight into the new reporting...

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Liquidity - The next wave of global regulation

By Revolution | Dec 19, 2019 | Liquidity Risk, regulation

Recent financial crises have demonstrated that unpredictable circumstances can cause liquidity to nearly vanish. In response, regulators across the globe have developed new rules to ensure liquidity remains...

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Taking blockchain from experiment to infrastructure in financial services

By Revolution | Nov 15, 2018 | regulation, blockchain, fintech

Of all the industries where blockchain technology has been proposed to revolutionize the way things are traditionally done – and there are many – financial services is the leader of the pack.

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The difficulty in regulating new asset classes

By Revolution | Nov 08, 2018 | Risk, regulation, cryptocurrency

Technology has not only changed the way financial services are delivered and consumed, but also has led to the creation of entirely new asset classes. The surge in popularity of Bitcoin and other...

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Transparency and usability are key for fixed income platforms

The explosion of data in fixed income markets has changed the way that portfolio managers have traditionally operated. Manual spreadsheets no longer cut it, and firms that want to stay ahead of the...

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Liquidity risk in the US and EU: Differing ideologies

Stemming from StatPro's inaugural global regulations panel earlier this month, when it comes to the relationship between regulators and financial firms in the European Union versus the United States, it’s...

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Rule 22e-4 and the four buckets: What you need to know

The complex nature of modern derivatives, combined with the increasingly global and interconnected nature of the financial ecosystem, has led regulators to place a higher burden on fund managers to know...

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Using technology to manage liquidity risk

If the financial crisis of a decade ago taught us anything, it’s that the liquidity of traded financial instruments is unpredictable and can fluctuate wildly in a matter of seconds.

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Physics, Aircraft Carriers, and Liquidity Buckets

By Confluence | Apr 17, 2018 | regulation, Liquidity, SEC

At its March 14 open meeting, the SEC approved a proposal that while still mandating funds to use the SEC’s Form N-PORT to report liquidity classifications, commonly known as “buckets”, it would, among...

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