The SEC’s proposed Regulation SCI is intended to protect market technology from outages and technical glitches. But industry commentators contend the rule doesn’t include all market participants and underestimates the implementation costs. Here are five areas that market participants would like to change.
In an attempt to fix the plumbing of the global financial markets under Dodd Frank with a unique identification code for swaps and counterparties, technology has been an afterthought, writes Allan Grody, President of Financial InterGroup Holdings LLC.
As electronic trading in OTC derivatives takes place on swap execution facilities, market participants will increasingly rely on technologies like smart order routing, algorithmic trading, market making order management, and DMA, writes SunGard Front Arena's Tim Dodd.
Capital Markets Outlook 2013: Financial Transparency Gets Real For Form PF, a Dodd-Frank requirement, firms must gather data from multiple sources, structure it, slice it according to how they believe the Securities and Exchange Commission will want to see the data, and file highly burdensome reports on deadline.
The Evolving Role of the CDO John Bottega, who has been chief data officer at Citi, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and now Bank of America, says the role of data in the enterprise is increasing.
IT Isn't Where It's At The big growth in tech spending is happening outside of the IT organization. That creates a challenge for companies trying to leverage technology well.
Innovative Risk Management: How To Really Leverage Legal Entity Data As the industry debates regulatory reform and the course toward greater transparency and stability, we are entering a new phase in the evolution of financial data and a potential renaissance in the approach to risk management, writes Tim Lind, global head of legal entity content at Thomson Reuters.