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Is Matched Principal Trading Under MiFID II, One Leg or Dual Leg Reporting?

(Article updated on Dec 27 - see new comments at end of post)

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Breaking EMIR Reporting news: European Commission proposes changes to reduce obligations

After issuing their EMIR Review in November 2016, the European Commission (EC) today is proposing major changes to EMIR reporting. The goal of the amendments is to reduce costs to business that fall ...

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Cappitech supports buyside and regulatory initiatives for UTI harmonization

At Cappitech, one of the most difficult processes we solve with our EMIR Reporting technology is UTI matching. Standing for Unique Trade Identifier, a UTI is an alphanumeric identifier required ...

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EMIR Regulation reigned, but here comes MiFID II – What you read in 2016

Throughout 2016, our Cappitech blog posted often about a variety of financial regulation initiatives affecting EU regulated brokers, banks and fund companies. Reviewing which posts were the most ...

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Blockchain - 'Technology of the future'... but don’t forget to be practical

This week was an important one for us at Cappitech. After participating earlier in the year in a Fintech Roadshow of Israeli firms that travelled to Luxembourg to learn more about the local ...

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Will EMIR move from double sided to single sided reporting?

One of the big gripes against EMIR derivative reporting before and after it was put into effect in February 2014 is its use of double sided reporting. What does this mean, it means that both sides ...

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