Archive for Dodd-Frank SmartBlogs
One of the lesser known financial regulations implemented as part of Dodd-Frank is the requirement for swap dealers to be able to produce a full reconstruction of a trade within 72 hours of a request by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Satisfying the new requirement will require a range of technologies and processes, many of which are still in their infancy.[…] Continue Reading »
CFTC regulations on trade reconstruction are changing the way firms need to think about compliance. Here’s a step-by-step guide to get started.
The Dodd-Frank Act unleashed an avalanche of new rules affecting the financial industry, chief among them the trade reconstruction requirement, which mandates that swap dealers are able to produce a complete reconstruction of a trade within 72 hours of a request by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).[…] Continue Reading »
The Milken Institute is working to give policymakers, media, and the academic community a deeper base of knowledge when it comes to global banking issues. The Institute’s recent launch of GlobalBanking.org offers users a new and unique way of accessing information on banking systems worldwide and their regulatory environment. The site aggregates World Bank data from 180 countries in addition to its own independent research and analysis on an open platform that is accessible to anyone.[…] Continue Reading »
A roundup of financial news from Day Two of the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Trouble brewing in the credit markets?: “All the danger signs are there of a future crisis.” That is how Apollo Global Management co-founder Marc Rowan summed up his view of the credit markets during the Credit Markets: What’s Next?[…] Continue Reading »
A roundup of financial news from Day One of the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Central banks still run the show: The past, present and future actions of the world’s central banks drew scrutiny during a panel about prospects for the global economy. Alan Howard, co-founder of Brevan Howard, said the increased regulatory powers of the European Central Bank will be a game-changer as will the size and targeting of the quantitative easing he expects the ECB to manage.[…] Continue Reading »