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Daniel Want: Systems View of OTC Derivatives
Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Daniel Want to MacroVoices. Erik and Daniel discuss system thinking, OTC derivative markets and the counter party risks that exist in the system. They look back at the system wide margin calls back in 2007-08 and discuss the global financial situation today. Brent Johnson joins the conversation in the postgame to discuss the U.S. Dollar, gold and the stock markets.
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Overview of EMIR Regulation
A brief overview of European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)
Views: 1114 Vijay Kumar
ASIC, OTC Derivatives and the Big Rip-Off
We discuss ASIC's latest report
Views: 1617 Walk The World
TradeTalks: Innovation in OTC Derivatives Processing
Julian Chesser, Managing Director & Head of MarkitSERV in Asia at IHS Markit, joins Jill Malandrino, Global Markets Reporter, at the Singapore FinTech Festival. November 13, 2018. Follow #TradeTalks on Twitter Twitter: @Nasdaq @JillMalandrino Facebook: @Nasdaq @JillMalandrino SUBSCRIBE to the Weekly #TradeTalks Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2yevQmn
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How Do Derivatives Help Firms Access Global Markets?
Derivatives markets have always been global, which has greatly helped companies around the world better manage their risks. ISDA's new whiteboard animation video shows how derivatives allow companies to borrow outside their domestic market and hedge that risk efficiently.
Views: 2129 ISDA
What is TRADE REPOSITORY? What does TRADE REPOSITORY mean? TRADE REPOSITORY meaning & explanation
What is TRADE REPOSITORY? What does TRADE REPOSITORY mean? TRADE REPOSITORY meaning - TRADE REPOSITORY definition - TRADE REPOSITORY explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A Trade Repository or Swap Data Repository is an entity that centrally collects and maintains the records of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives. These electronic platforms, acting as authoritative registries of key information regarding open OTC derivatives trades, provide an effective tool for mitigating the inherent opacity of OTC derivatives markets. This market infrastructure is defined and supervised in Europe by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). Similar regulatory initiatives are conducted in the United States where the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has developed the Dodd-Frank Act regulation, under which Swap Data Repositories are regulated. The strengthening of the derivatives markets regulatory framework finds its origin in the 26 September 2009 summit in Pittsburgh, where G20 Leaders agreed that all standardised OTC derivative contracts should be cleared through central counterparties (CCP) by end-2012 at the latest and that OTC derivative contracts should be reported to trade repositories.
Views: 276 The Audiopedia
Point Nine Limited: EMIR Clearing Margin Requirements
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Regulatory Reporting Hub – a technological breakthrough
Europe’s financial market landscape is undergoing fundamental changes due to increased regulation. By combining extensive regulatory expertise with the data resources of a global financial technology innovator, Deutsche Börse created the Regulatory Reporting Hub – Europe’s most comprehensive reporting solution on a single, user-friendly platform. We spoke to Regina Geschmayova, Client Lifecycle Management Settlement & Custody at our Prague office, and Marco Popp, Project Manager Regulatory Services, about the technical challenges and achievements of the Regulatory Reporting Hub. Subscribe to Deutsche Börse Group on ►►YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/deutscheboersegroup?sub_confirmation=1 ►► Twitter: http://twitter.com/deutscheboerse ►► LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/deutsche-borse ►► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeutscheBoerseAG Visit our website http://www.deutsche-boerse.com
Prequel: The New Margin Requirements and Risk Mitigation Techniques for Uncleared Swaps under EMIR
Welcome to the Prequel Episode of Initial Margin for Uncleared Derivatives in 2019 and 2020, presented by Edmund Parker, Mayer Brown’s Global Head of Derivatives & Structured Products. This prequel episode covers the Margin Requirements and Risk Mitigation Techniques for Uncleared Swaps under EMIR, and was originally released in March 2016.
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How is Collateral Used in the Derivatives Market?
Collateral acts as a backstop that protects market participants and the economy as a whole. The requirement to post collateral is a key reform that makes the derivatives market more transparent, resilient and safe. ISDA's new whiteboard animation video explains how collateral is used in the derivatives market, and how it makes the financial system safer.
Views: 8570 ISDA
Derivatives: Meaning, types, Trades (Stock Exchange and OTC)
This is an introduction to the subject of Derivatives. With this short video, you'll get to know of major aspects of derivatives - Futures, Options, Forwards and Swaps. The types of trades talked about are Stock Exchange regulated trade and Over the counter regulated Trade. Subscribe, Share and Spread. Learn and spread learnings. Contact: [email protected] Mention in comments for improvements and suggestions. Also if you need a video in Hindi, let me know. I'll make one for you.
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Regulatory Framework of derivative market 🤪
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S7C - CCP Clearing, Risk Management, Recovery and Resolution (EU) London 5/6th May 2016
The rise in the CCP clearing model in the EU has precipitated an urgent need for market participants to comprehensively understand the complexities of CCP regulatory and risk frameworks, margining practices, clearing agreements, and recovery and resolution plans. This new and unique two day conference will provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of central counterparty (CCP) clearing models and operational frameworks in the European Union (EU). Delegates will receive in depth instruction on the EU CCP regulatory framework governed by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR).
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Blockchain Derivatives? Firmo
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Coinbase Tracks OTC
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Life Cycle of a Trade - IIROC
Ever wondered how all the different parts of a trade fit together? There’s a well-oiled machine that processes hundreds of thousands of trades every day in Canada! The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) oversees all investment dealers and trading activity on debt and equity marketplaces in Canada. IIROC sets high-quality regulatory and investment industry standards, protects investors and strengthens market integrity while maintaining efficient and competitive capital markets through real-time surveillance, analysis and enforcement. About IIROC IIROC is the national self-regulatory organization which oversees all investment dealers and their trading activity in Canada’s debt and equity markets. IIROC sets high quality regulatory and investment industry standards, protects investors and strengthens market integrity while supporting healthy Canadian capital markets. IIROC carries out its regulatory responsibilities through setting and enforcing rules regarding the proficiency, business and financial conduct of dealer firms and their registered employees and through setting and enforcing market integrity rules regarding trading activity on Canadian debt and equity marketplaces. www.iroc.ca.
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Episode 2: Navigating the Legal Documentation Process
Requirements to post initial margin (IM) on uncleared OTC derivative trades are being implemented in many of the world’s major economies. Welcome to Episode 2 of our new series: Initial Margin for Uncleared Derivatives in 2019 and 2020. Episode 2 is presented by Edmund Parker, Mayer Brown’s Global Head of Derivatives & Structured Products, and Jonathan Martin CEO of DRS. Episode 1 covered the breadth of what IM projects involve, but what happens when you need to get your hands dirty negotiating the documents. How do you set up an infrastructure to do that? And that is what this episode 2 focusses on: successfully navigating, negotiating and executing the legal documentation in an IM project.
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Firms Need a Holistic Strategy for Derivatives Compliance
Financial services firms should take a holistic approach when developing a strategy for staying on top of regulatory deadlines for derivative instruments, says Diana Shapiro, a Citi director and North America head of OpenCollateral, a product offering of Citi's futures, clearing and collateral business. “I think it’s really important for firms to take into consideration a cross-asset, cross functional strategy,” Shapiro says. “So, when they’re designing it, it’s important not only to look at the operational, technological capabilities within the firm but to look holistically, potentially from the investment performance perspective in the front office as well as risk management perspective in terms of counterparty exposures.”Shapiro spoke with FTF News this past October during a break at FTF’s CMD Ops2017 (collateral, margining and derivatives) conference in New York City. At the conference, Shapiro took part in the “Surviving the Regulatory Onslaught” session, which focused on how firms have been juggling multiple regulatory deadlines such as the March 1, 2017 start of the CFTC’s variation margin requirement for uncleared, over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives. CREDITS: Video Production: Janene Knox and William J. Poznanski, Jr. Interview conducted by: Eugene Grygo, chief content officer, FTF News Co-Producers: Sarah Hathaway, vice president, Financial Technologies Forum (FTF) and Eugene Grygo
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Regulatory Reporting Hub: go-live with EMIR
The revised technical standards for EMIR reporting took effect on 1 November 2017 and the next key date is just around the corner: MiFID II and the accompanying regulation MiFIR will become applicable on 3 January 2018. Georg Groß, Head of Regulatory Services, explains how Deutsche Börse Group is developing a comprehensive reporting solution on a single platform. Learn more about the Hub, its current status and next steps. For more information, go to https://www.deutsche-boerse.com/regulatory-reporting Subscribe to Deutsche Börse Group on ►►YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/deutscheboersegroup?sub_confirmation=1 ►► Twitter: http://twitter.com/deutscheboerse ►► LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/deutsche-borse ►► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeutscheBoerseAG Visit our website http://www.deutsche-boerse.com
Regulatory Harmony Could Bring Certainty for Derivatives Ops
What would harmony among global regulators do for derivatives operations? “I think the benefits of better harmonization is that it provides a degree of operational, legal and regulatory certainty for members of the industry, particularly those members affected by regulation or the regime that’s in place,” says Gabriel Suprise, senior Volcker compliance officer, AVP, for Bank of the West, in a video interview with FTF News. “In the context of the panel I just moderated as it pertains to OTC, commodities or derivatives more generally, having a harmonized structure between different regulators presents an opportunity for uniform approaches, cost benefits for having a similar structure, a framework that can be utilized in one jurisdiction or another jurisdiction, and it doesn’t create fragmentation in a lot of circumstances, which is what a lot of firms, particularly operating on a global level, would want to see,” Suprise says. Suprise took questions at FTF’s DerivOps North America conference in Chicago this past April. He was also the moderator for the panel on “Cross-Border Harmonization.” FTF has slated the next DerivOps North America conference for May 6-7, 2019, again in Chicago at the JW Marriott. CREDITS: Video Production: Janene Knox and William J. Poznanski, Jr. Interview conducted by: Eugene Grygo, chief content officer, FTF News Co-Producers: Sarah Hathaway, vice president, Financial Technologies Forum (FTF) and Eugene Grygo
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Understanding the Impact of MiFID II: Transaction Reporting and Derivatives
The upcoming revision to the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) will alter post-trade activities for a range of financial market participants. Firms are now facing the challenge of adapting their middle- and back-office activities to comply with the changes required to post-trade processing by MiFID II from January 2018. Visit http://www.dtcc.com/mifidii
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Upgrading Between OTC Market Tiers
Jason Paltrowitz, Executive Vice President of Corporate Services for OTC Markets Group, joins Caroline Rosen, Marketing Manager at MaloneBailey, as they discuss upgrading between the OTC Market Tiers. This overview looks at the process, criteria and how to navigate common challenges.
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OTC Markets, OTCQX Benefits, and NASDAQ
OTC Markets, OTCQX Benefits, and NASDAQ - There are many benefits to trading on an exchange such as NASDAQ. The biggest benefits to an exchange are the ability to attract analyst coverage and institutional investors, and the corresponding increase in liquidity that comes with both. Stocks that trade on NASDAQ tend to have a lower bid/offer spread than over the counter securities —again, encouraging trading volume and liquidity. Importantly, exchange traded securities are exempt from the penny stock definition, allowing for more market maker and broker-dealer participation. A broker-dealer cannot recommend a penny stock transaction to its retail clients, and therefore, no analysts, financial advisors, or institutional investors make recommendations for purchases of penny stocks. As an aside, this is one of the reasons that OTC Markets created the OTCQX Market tier, which does not list penny stocks. It is also the reason that the small- and micro-cap industry is pushing for a supported venture exchange. A designated venture market would be one for small-cap companies, which would allow for higher brokerage and trading commissions, be exempt from the prohibitive penny stock rules, and which securities would be considered covered securities under federal securities laws and thus exempt from separate blue sky compliance. I think that the OTC Markets has the foundation to set the OTCQX as a recognized venture exchange platform and would love to see it gain regulatory support in that regard, including blue sky pre-emption. In today’s world it is increasingly difficult to deposit stock and/or trade in non-exchange traded securities. Despite the congressional efforts and SEC rulemaking in support of small and micro cap capital formation (for example, the JOBS Act, including the emerging growth company regulations and IPO on-ramp, new Regulation A+ and Title III Crowdfunding and the new FAST Act), through enforcement and investigative proceedings, both the SEC and FINRA continue to apply pressure on broker-dealers, clearing firms and transfer agents to reduce the secondary trading and free flow of low priced securities. Although these issues need to be addressed on a broader basis, securities listed on NASDAQ and other national exchanges do not face many of these issues. As mentioned, exchange traded securities are considered “covered securities” for purposes of blue sky compliance. That is, transactions with exchange traded securities are exempted from separate state blue sky law registration and exemption requirements. Laura Anthony, Esq. Founding Partner Legal & Compliance LLC. 330 Clematis Street, Ste. 217 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: Toll Free: (800) 341-2684 FREE Local: (561) 514-0936 Email: [email protected] #LawCast
Demo of UnaVista MiFIR Reporting
When does MiFIR reporting begin? The MiFIR reporting obligations are set to go-live on January 2018. Which firms will be affected? MiFID II will have an impact on the European securities markets structure and specifically "investment firms". MiFID’s scope is extending under MiFIR to cover more asset classes, so more firms will be caught by the reporting obligations. Additionally, discretionary portfolio managers in the UK who currently rely on the report made by their EEA sell side brokers’ reports may find that they will need to report in their own name to the FCA under MiFIR. How will the MiFIR reporting affect you? Key points at a glance MiFIR will bring a significant expansion in the range of reportable instruments: Financial instruments admitted to trading or traded on a Trading Venue or which a request for trading has been made Trading venue = Regulated Market, MTF or an OTF Clearly adds FX, commodities and interest rate derivatives Financial instruments where the underlying is a financial instrument traded on a trading venue Increases the number of OTC derivatives to be reported and introduces requirement to report certain derivatives traded on third country derivative exchanges Financial instruments where the underlying is an index or a basket composed of instruments traded on a trading venue MiFIR will also increase the number of fields making up a transaction report to 81. There are likely to be significant new additions including: Trader or Algo identifier to identify the individual trader executing the transaction or the algorithm used. A field to identify when the trader is short selling. Additionally, the trader and client identification requirements may introduce a number of data protection issues as individuals’ names, addresses and dates of birth may need to be collected, stored and transmitted. Legal entities will need to be identified with a Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) rather than the existing BIC or FRN
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SHOWCASE: cleversoft OTC PRIIP KID-Generator
The OTC KID generator is the cleversoft service application for creating PRIIP-KIDs for OTC products such as forward exchange contracts or interest rate options. With the OTC KID generator, cleversoft offers a fully automated and standardised KID-creation solution for OTC derivatives. The cloud-based service comprises the calculation of all key figures and performance scenarios, as well as the preparation and archiving of documents with a wide range of retrieval functionalities to fulfill the regulatory requirements of the PRIIP Regulation.
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OTC Derivatives Market Reform: How Technology can Help Mitigate Impact on Market Participants
Panel Discussion on OTC Exchange Traded Vs. Listed Derivatives held at TradeTech Europe 2011 (www.tradetecheurope.com) Moderator, Andy Nybo, Head of Global Derivatives, TABB Group Panellists: Rob Catterall, AHL Head of FX and OTC Derivatives, Man Investments Will Rhode, Research Analyst, TABB Group Paul Orchard, Head of Global Client Strategy, UBS Jamie Gavin, Global Head of Client On-Boarding & Integration OTC Clearing, Morgan Stanley TradeTech is the largest and most senior meeting place for the equity and derivatives trading community: 2000+ buy side traders, brokers, trading venues, regulators, industry experts, economists and fund managers. Created by the industry advisory board, TradeTech 2011 gives you true value and helps you grow in your job, ensuring top results and great performance of every member of your team.
Views: 1191 TradeTechTV
LNG Capital Interview: Global Regulation and Financial Transactions - TradeTech Derivatives
Dodd Frank, Regulation, Finance, Banks, investment, retail, business, risk, prop trading, swaps, derivatives, OTC, markets, global
Views: 113 TradeTechTV
Finextra interviews SunGard: Regulations, Mifid and OTC
Tony Scianna of SunGard talks with Finextra about the future of OTC derivatives regulation on both sides of the Pond. Originally published on Finextra.com on: 3 December 2010 For all your fintech-related news, please visit https://www.finextra.com.
New Regulation for a $300 Trillion Market
Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, Wednesday January 6th, Chairman Gary Gensler of the US Commodities Futures Trading Commission stated his plan to regulate over-the-counter derivatives by bringing them onto a centralized exchange
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Just How Big Is The Derivatives Market?
We look at the latest data, and get under the hood to look at how stated "risks" have been managed down, yet "risks" are still unknowable. Please consider supporting our work via Patreon ; https://www.patreon.com/DigitalFinanceAnalytics Please share this post to help to spread the word about the state of things....
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Derivatives Regulation and effects on ETFs
Ben discusses the possible impact of derivatives regulation on ETFs
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Future of Regulatory (Reg) Reporting
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GoldenSource Talks: OTC Derivative Data
Hear Neill Vanlint, Global Head of Sales & Client Operations at GoldenSource, discuss the changes to OTC derivative data over time. To read more about OTC data, check out the blog post "The Tip of the MIFID II Iceberg" at the link below http://bit.ly/2Jm7lVV
Views: 92 GoldenSource
Hedge Funds Nuts & Bolts: Global Derivatives Market Update
This webinar examines the current status of the Dodd-Frank and EMIR derivatives rules and issues facing managers with a global footprint. Our partners also review market practices for US asset managers relating to the ISDA 2016 Bail-in Article 55 BRRD Protocol and the ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol. Additionally, this webinar provides a brief update on new matters relevant to CPOs and CTAs.
Views: 215 Dechert LLP
Houman B. Shadab - What Comes Next in Derivatives Regulation?
Apr. 22, 2014 -- Houman Shadab, Associate Professor at New York Law School, talks with Lee Pacchia about recent developments in the regulation of derivatives.
Views: 683 New York Law School
PANEL: Securities, Derivatives & FX Update Panel
This panel is set to look at the Fintech industry through a wide lens with a discussion covering the latest updates across Securities, Derivatives and the Foreign Exchange market. Expect the lowdown on the most fundamental changes taking place in the market today and tomorrow, including technological advances, disruption and how to maximise profits. Barney Mannerings Founder Vega Protocol Boaz Yaari Founder, CEO Sharegain Shaul David Leadership Team META Finance (UK) Ciarán McGonagle Assistant General Counsel ISDA
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The over the counter (OTC) market
Learn about Australia's large and diverse OTC bond market with Elizabeth Moran, Director of Fixed Income Education and Research at FIIG Securities.
Views: 8001 FIIG Securities
The Business of Derivatives under New Clearing Mandates | Numerix Video Blog
http://blog.numerix.com | This video blog explores how regulatory drivers are impacting the future of the OTC derivative marketplace.
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OTC Trading Automation
Financial Markets Insights - Peter Fredriksson, CEO of Baymarkets, discusses OTC trading automation with Mike O'Hara of The Realization Group, looking in particular at hybrid trading and the growth of "twilight pools". http://www.baymarkets.com http://www.therealizationgroup.com
OTCQB- The regulations that Issuers must adhere in order to trade on the OTC are numerous and technical. Consequently, an experienced OTC Market Attorney is essential to satisfying all OTC Market Listing Requirements. OTCQB... #LawCast
ABM - Economic Reforms Part 1 CAIIB
Part 1 of ABM Unit 7 Economic Reforms of CAIIB. Advanced bank management is paper 1 of CAIIB. if you like this video please like and share this to get 4000+ prev year ques pack visit https://iibf.info 1) The economic Reforms started in 1991. 2) Real Sector Policy measures mainly focused on the manufacturing sector in the early stages of reform process. 3) MRTP Act Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 4) APMC Act (Agricultural Produce Market Committee Act ) 5) The primary objective of The APMC Act in each state of India requires all agricultural products to be sold only in government – regulated markets. This was amended and permitting the farmers to bypass the mandatory requirement of regulated market. 6) Essential Commodities Act, 1955 7) Financial Sector reforms have been arrived out in accordance with the recommendations made by basically three committees: i. Narasimham Committee report on financial sector Reforms (1992) ii. Narasimham Committee report on Banking sector Reforms (1998) iii. S H Khan Report (1998) of the working group for harmonize the role and operations of Development Financial Institutions and Banks reforms in financial Sector 8) IRS- Interest Rate Swaps 9) FRA – Forward Rate Agreements 10) Collateralized Borrowings and Lending Obligation – CBLO 11) CDs (Certificate of Deposits) are short-term borrowings in the form of Usance Promissory Notes having a maturity of not less than 15 days up to a maximum of one year. 12) Commercial Paper (CP) is an unsecured money market instrument issued in the form of a promissory note. 13) Who can issue Commercial Paper (CP)? a. Highly rated corporate borrowers, primary dealers (PDs) and satellite dealers (SDs) and all-India financial institutions (FIs) 14) Futures and options represent two of the most common form of “Derivatives”. 15) Derivatives are financial instruments that derive their value from an ‘underlying’. The underlying can be a stock issued by a company, a currency, Gold etc. 16) The derivative instrument can be traded independently of the underlying asset. 17) The value of the derivative instrument changes according to the changes in the value of the underlying. 18) Derivatives are of two types – i. Exchange traded and ii. Over the counter. 19) Exchange traded derivatives, as the name signifies are traded through organized exchanges around the world. These instruments can be bought and sold through these exchanges, just like the stock market. 20) Some of the common exchange traded derivative instruments are futures and options. 21) Over the counter (popularly known as OTC) derivatives are not traded through the exchanges. They are not standardized and have varied features. 22) Some of the popular OTC instruments are forwards, swaps, swaptions etc. 23) Futures 24) A ‘Future’ is a contract to buy or sell the underlying asset for a specific price at a predetermined time. If you buy a futures contract, it means that you promise to pay the price of the asset at a specified time. If you sell a future, you effectively make a promise to transfer the asset to the buyer of the future at a specified price at a particular time. Every futures contract has the following features: – Buyer – Seller – Price – Expiry 25) Some of the most popular assets on which futures contracts are available are equity stocks, indices, commodities and currency.
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Interview with Sophie Marnhier Foy, Calypso on BCBS-IOSCO margin regulations
Sophie Marnhier-Foy of Calypso Technology discusses the upcoming BCBS-IOSCO margin regulations and gives her views on what firms should be doing to be ready on time.   -Can you take an example where you have worked with a client to meet a compliance deadline?  -What do the new risk regulations mean for financial institutions? -What are your recommendations on how to optimize costs?
Views: 205 Calypso Technology
OTC Services: Meeting the Challenge
SS&C GlobeOp's OTC service gives you the confidence of full OTC derivatives trading and lifecycle management. You will be covering all asset classes, and by leveraging our technology and links to dealers and industry resources, you won't have to build and worry about maintaining your own. For more information and a demo, go to: www.globeop.com
Views: 252 GlobeOpFundAdmin
ISDA 32nd AGM: Global Derivatives Markets: A New Policy Agenda?
The financial public policy agenda across major markets is being shaped today by a number of key events (Brexit, the 2016 US elections) and trends (the drive for economic growth). As this agenda is being reset, what are the issues, opportunities and challenges for the global derivatives markets? How do policymakers, the buy-side and the sell-side view and define their key priorities? While key regulatory reform goals in the clearing, capital, margining and reporting areas are largely being achieved – what key areas of reform are being targeted for further improvement? Is the end result likely to be closer integration or greater fragmentation of markets?
Views: 1608 ISDA
OTC Markets| Regulation A+ Bootcamp: Session VI - Markets & Trading
Markets & Trading: Investor Considerations in Regulation A+, Once you Raise Capital – Secondary Trading | Andy Kyzyk, VP of OTC Markets Group View the Presentation: http://bit.ly/2hvZtDL
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Dodd-Frank regulations good and bad for financial system, Harvard director says
Hal Scott, director of the program on International Financial Systems at Harvard Law School, and Sebastian Mallaby, the Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, discuss what triggered the financial crisis in 2008 and if we are safe from another.
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Derivatives education for a better risk controlling and compliance
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