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Transaction reporting is an essential regulatory tool to identify market abuse and is an area under significant regulatory change. The key regulatory changes in this area are being implemented through the EU’s current MiFIR proposals which significantly expand the range of instruments that will need to be reported.
On 30 September, the BBA responded to the second CPMI and IOSCO consultation on the UPI, reiterating the points we made in our first response in February and highlighting the Read More
On 22 April, the BBA submitted a response to ESMA’s wide-ranging discussion paper on draft regulatory and implementing technical standards under SFTR. We welcome the opportunity to engage with ESMA Read More
On the 19th February 2016, the BBA responded to the CPMI-IOSCO consultation over the production of clear guidance on the definition, format and usage of the Unique Product Identifier.
On the 11 June 2015 the BBA alongside 11 other industry trade associations wrote to regulators highlighting the challenges currently inherent to derivatives data reporting, and suggested a range of Read More
The BBA and FIA Europe welcome the opportunity to respond to the FCA’s guidance consultation on the Transaction Reporting User Pack. Our members recognise the importance of an effective reporting Read More
Transaction Reporting Survey Response. This report sets out the British Banker’s Association (BBA’s) membership’s response to a transaction reporting survey conducted on behalf of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The report Read More
As FSA knows, our members recognise the importance of an effective reporting regime which supports the FSA in meeting its statutory objectives, in particular the prevention / detection of financial Read More
The BBA and FOA welcome the opportunity to respond to the FSA’s guidance consultation on the Transaction Reporting User Pack. Our members recognise the importance of an effective reporting regime Read More
The need for reflection, the reality of ratings performance in Europe and the need for public policy to encourage investor participation, liquidity and cost-effective, stable funding. Please read the full Read More
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