24 August 2016

Financial Services Regulation

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Paul LashmetNorth Castle Integration LLC - Armonk

Use Location Intelligence to Combat Financial Crime

22 August 2016  |  2499 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Intelligence – artificial or real – is only as good as the information it uses. Location intelligence helps contextualize a situation and can augment machine learning and other applications of artificial intelligence. How can location intelligence be applied to regulatory compliance initiatives to help combat financial crime? Introduction Intelli...

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Martijn GrootAsset Control - Amsterdam

Creating a Shared Service for FRTB Compliance

17 August 2016  |  3011 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Financial institutions are increasingly leveraging shared services, from enabling Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance to post-trade reference data management, in order to reduce both cost and compliance resources. And, as the new data requirements associated with the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) become clearer, whether it is the ...

TagsRisk & regulationPost-trade & ops
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Cornelius Nandyal
Cornelius NandyalAssociates in Capital Markets - London

Euro Overnight Index Average-EONIA Reforms: A Clear Sign of 'Renovating' Global Benchmark Standards

17 August 2016  |  2824 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The recently unveiled plan of European Money Markets Institute (EMMI) to enhance the robustness and viability of Euro Overnight Index Average (EONIA), one of the major reference rates in European mone...

TagsRisk & regulationWholesale banking
Stuart Lacey
Stuart LaceyTrunomi - Mountain View

Can payments firms monetise data and meet new privacy laws?

16 August 2016  |  4830 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents a watershed moment for the payments industry. This is not simply another data compliance headache. GDPR enshrines a new idea: that consume...

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Cornelius Nandyal
Cornelius NandyalAssociates in Capital Markets - London

Behind the Curtains of the World’s Key Interest Rate Benchmark

25 July 2016  |  2403 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Regulators across the world looking for new strategies to strengthen the Financial Benchmark regime is evidently clear by now. The Financial Stability Board (FSB) driven multi-rate approach, which rel...

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Tayloe Draughon
Tayloe DraughonNeurensic, Inc. - Chicago

I thought I was clever enough to not get caught

20 July 2016  |  3392 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Since November 2015, our machine learning tool for detecting spoofing and market manipulation has been getting a lot of buzz. The company has a record of detecting market manipulation in listed deriva...

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Tayloe Draughon
Tayloe DraughonNeurensic, Inc. - Chicago

Why Front Running Traders Hurt Fair and Open Markets

11 July 2016  |  2449 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Front Running (a.k.a. Trading Ahead) is the unethical practice of a trading based on information about a pending order or trade that someone else needs to make or will soon make. Using this private i...

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Tayloe Draughon
Tayloe DraughonNeurensic, Inc. - Chicago

Wash Trading isn’t Victimless

05 July 2016  |  3355 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Wash trading is defined by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in rule 534 as trading where the trader knows that no change in beneficial ownership occurs. In wash trading there is no market risk, and no...

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Cornelius Nandyal
Cornelius NandyalAssociates in Capital Markets - London

CFTC Enforcement Actions: Haunted Past or A Hopeful Future?

04 July 2016  |  3060 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

The aftershocks of financial benchmark crisis that shook the financial world not-so-long-ago are felt even today with the regulators around the world still picking up the remnants of investor confiden...

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Cornelius Nandyal
Cornelius NandyalAssociates in Capital Markets - London

US Fed’s Alternative Reference Rate - Unearthing the LIBOR Replacement

29 June 2016  |  3088 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Lately, If you are anyway related to the financial industry, chances are you would have heard about the buzz word of Financial Regulatory Reforms. A clear consequence of scandalous activity that domin...

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Date 01 Jul 2010
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This network is for financial professionals interested in staying up to date on financial services regulation happening anywhere in the world. CFOs, bankers, fund managers, treasurers welcome.
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