When: November 18, 2015
Where: London, United Kingdom
AxiomSL will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the British Bankers’ Association MiFIR and MiFID II Conference in London, where we expect to discuss key challenges and opportunities that firms face when evaluating the technological requirements associated with MiFIR and MiFID II.
Following the global financial crisis, the European Commission decided to review the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) framework, and in October 2011 published proposals for a revised directive (MiFID II) and a new regulation (MiFIR). After lengthy debates in the European Parliament and within the European Council, MiFID II and MiFIR were approved last year. This new piece of regulation is the centrepiece of financial markets reform in Europe and will come into effect in January 2017. It will have a far-reaching impact on those engaged in the dealing and processing of all kinds of financial instruments, leaving no business or operational model untouched.
When addressing MiFID reporting requirements, a comprehensive, automated solution will allow for transparency, easy data validation and drill-down from reported values to source data. As complex requirements across various local and global regulations continue to develop, the benefits of a single reporting platform that addresses multiple regulations are becoming ever more apparent.
AxiomSL will be at hand to discuss these benefits in more detail and answer any questions you might have regarding MiFID, European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and other reporting requirements.
- MiFID II / MiFIR: preparing for 3rd January 2017
- The FCA’s perspective on MiFID II implementation
- How to plan an effective implementation strategy and avoid pitfalls
- Pre and post trade transparency
- MiFID II/MiFIR reporting requirements
Come and visit our booth
We will have our own booth at the forum, so if you would like to learn more about how AxiomSL works, or would like to discuss the latest regulatory reporting challenges and developments affecting your team or firm, please come by and visit.
To arrange a discussion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org