Regulatory Reporting

Global Re-writes, Harmonization and Digitization

Thursday, June 6, 2024
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Three major jurisdictions (CFTC, JFCA and EU-EMIR) have now gone live with new regulatory reporting rules, with three more jurisdictions going-live with their new rules later this year (UK-EMIR, ASIC and MAS). These new requirements are intended to deliver greater transparency and harmonization within the derivatives markets but will also require market participants to provide increased levels of data, integrate new types of identifiers, and comply with new or enhanced regulatory concepts.

This is an ISDA Virtual Conference:

  • Event will be live on June 6, 2024 from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT  |  Timezone Converter
  • Miss part of the event or aren’t able to watch live? The recording will be available to registrants until July 6, 2024

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2.5 CPE Credit Hours Available

2.25 CPD Credit Hours Available (England and Wales)

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Thursday, June 6, 2024

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9:00 AM Introduction and Welcoming Remarks Andrew Bayley

Andrew Bayley, Senior Director, Data and Reporting, ISDA

9:05 AM EMIR Refit – EU Review and Looking Toward UK Reporting Andrew Bayley, Jonathan Hamer, Sam North, Victor Rodriguez, Karen Stretch

EU-EMIR Refit reporting rules have been live for less than a month; what are the lessons learnt? This session will give initial views on how the industry faired with the major overhaul in reporting requirements, areas that may require further attention, and what is next for EU-EMIR.

The industry must also focus on the UK-EMIR Refit deliverables coming into force on 30 September. Some elements of EU-EMIR can be carried over, but there are several differences the industry must be preparing for. Panellists will also review some of the longer-term challenges ISDA and the industry continue to work through to improve reporting efficiency and standardization.

Moderator: Andrew Bayley, Senior Director, Data and Reporting, ISDA
Jonathan Hamer, Manager, Post-Trade Reporting Team, FCA
Sam North, Executive Director and European Head of Product, Repository and Derivatives Services, DTCC
Victor Rodriguez, Product Manager, REGIS-TR
Karen Stretch, Partner, Dechert LLP

9:50 AM Break

10:00 AM Reporting Accuracy and Global Harmonization Andrew Bayley, Craig Bryson, Karl Newman, Sarah Schröder

Amongst the core objectives of the reporting rewrites taking place globally is the aim to improve cross-jurisdictional harmonisation and provide regulators with great transparency. The adoption of global standards such as the UPI, UTI and CDE fields will help achieve some of these ambitions. There will also be increased expectations for market participants to report to ever higher standards of data quality and accuracy. This panel will review what these data quality expectations could mean to firms, the potential implications of submitting poor data, and some of the challenges the industry have been working through, particularly regarding areas such as global standards.

Moderator: Andrew Bayley, Senior Director, Data and Reporting, ISDA
Craig Bryson, SVP Regulatory Operations, Citibank
Karl Newman, Director, Regulatory Advisory, Chatham Financial
Sarah Schröder, Director, Association of German Public Banks

10:45 AM Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) Using the Common Domain Model (CDM) – The Growing Digital Solution for Global Reporting Andrew Bayley, Syed Ali, Harry McAllister, Mathieu Odobez

Rewrite, with ASIC, MAS and UK-EMIR Refit rules due for completion in line with trade repository UAT dates. Several firms have integrated DRR into their reporting processes.

Now that EMIR Refit reporting has gone live, the panel will discuss the way regulatory rules are interpreted, expressed and updated into DRR, where DRR sits within the reporting ecosystem, and expansion of development and use of DRR for other jurisdictions. Longer-term, what are the opportunities and benefits that panelists envision can be achieved for both market participants and regulators by using digital regulatory solutions?

Moderator: Andrew Bayley, Senior Director, Data and Reporting, ISDA
Syed Ali, Managing Director - Product Development, Change Management & Delivery, DTCC
Harry McAllister, Director, Global Markets IT, BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB)
Mathieu Odobez, Regulatory Reporting Expert, Pictet Group

11:30 AM Conference Concludes

Agenda is subject to change.

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Syed Ali

Managing Director - Product Development, Change Management & Delivery

DTCC

DTCC_EMEA

Andrew Bayley

Senior Director, Data and Reporting

ISDA

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Craig Bryson

SVP Regulatory Operations

Citibank

Citi

Jonathan Hamer

Manager, Post-Trade Reporting Team

FCA

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Harry McAllister

Director, Global Markets IT

BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB)

BNPParibasCIB

Karl Newman

Director, Regulatory Advisory

Chatham Financial

ChathamFin

Sam North

Executive Director and European Head of Product, Repository and Derivatives Services

DTCC

DTCC_EMEA

Mathieu Odobez

Regulatory Reporting Expert

Pictet Group

pictetgroup

Victor Rodriguez

Product Manager

REGIS-TR

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Sarah Schröder

Director

Association of German Public Banks

Karen Stretch

Partner

Dechert LLP

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Intermediate

The course level is intermediate. Some knowledge of derivatives is assumed. No advance preparation is required.
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