Following a period of intense change, we facilitated a webinar with reporting experts Dario Crispini from Kaizen Reporting, Bernardo Castel-Branco from Alpha FMC, and Matt Smith from SteelEye about how the past and future changes to regulatory reporting are shaping the market. The webinar is available to watch on-demand on this page and has contributed to a report on the Future of Regulatory Reporting which can be downloaded below.
In the last 12 months, the regulatory reporting landscape has become increasingly complex. A number of vendors have closed their reporting businesses and we have also seen reporting changes on the back of Brexit.
Looking ahead, ESMA recently announced a proposed set of amendments to MIFIR transaction and reference data reporting regimes and there are a range of other upcoming changes, including the EMIR Refit and further anticipated divergence between the UK and EU.
At the same time, financial firms are facing increased scrutiny from regulators when it comes to reporting data quality. Prior to Covid-19, regulators were signalling that their patience had worn thin around reporting errors and firms can expect focus to return to this issue in 2021 and beyond. Yet many firms still struggle with ensuring their data is complete and accurate, impacting their ability to report in a timely manner.
At a fundamental level, meeting reporting requirements and managing regulatory change is about getting the data right.
This webinar looks at how past and future changes are shaping the reporting market and what firms should be doing to improve their reporting in the long term.
Given the intense pressures on compliance teams, this report discusses the main challenges firms face when it comes to regulatory reporting and what they can do to get reporting right. It includes the results from the poll that we ran during the webinar.
With job titles including Heads of Compliance, Compliance Officers, Heads of Reporting, Regulatory Reporting Managers, and Heads of Operations - the results were highly insightful.
Associate Director of Alpha FMC
Bernardo is an Associate Director at Alpha FMC with over 14 years of regulatory consulting experience for the Asset and Wealth Management Industry. He leads Alpha’s Regulatory Reporting proposition and has supported some of the largest regulatory reporting implementation and remediation projects for the buy side.
Alpha FMC is the leading consulting firm for the Asset and Wealth Management Industry. It has 435+ specialist consultants deployed from twelve offices and provides clients with complementary propositions covering consulting, technology services and contracting.
CEO of SteelEye
Matt is the CEO of SteelEye and has over 20 years of technology and management expertise throughout North America, Europe and Asia. As a senior RegTech product manager at Bloomberg, Matt was instrumental in evolving the product strategies for a range of compliance solutions, and trading and analytics platforms. Prior to this, he was the Chief Information Officer at Noble Group, where he oversaw regulatory technology and the deployment of big data, trading and analytics platforms.
CEO of Kaizen Reporting
Dario is one of the foremost experts on regulatory reporting in the financial services industry.
He founded Kaizen Reporting in 2013 following nearly 20 years specialising in regulatory reporting including as a regulator, a consultant, and directly within the industry. After training as an auditor and working in compliance at Deloitte, Dario spent ten years at the Financial Services Authority where he led the Transaction Monitoring Unit (TMU). He managed the transition to MiFID reporting in 2007 and remodeled the TMU’s approach to its industry interaction. In 2010, Dario became Director of Legal and Compliance in the UK’s first retail exchange, LMAX, before joining the compliance team at Barclays where he had advisory responsibility for transaction and EMIR reporting.
The webinar discusses the past and upcoming changes to the regulatory reporting landscape and how these changes affect the financial industry, with the aim of educating marketing participants about what they can do to improve their data management and reporting accuracy.
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