|JWG started off life as the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive
(MiFID) Joint Working Group - IT subject group. After sorting out what
MiFID actually meant in 2007, we are back at it in 2011 looking the impact
of expanding the scope and depth of change to trading regulations to
'business as usual' (BAU) globally.|
|[RegBeacon] Issue 6||13 January 2014|
|[RegBeacon] Issue 6||19 July 2013|
|[RegBeacon] Issue 4||14 February 2013|
|[RegBeacon] Issue 3||1 October 2012|
|IOSCO ĘC ESMA recordkeeping and business continuity plan gap analysis||8 June 2012||
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Liquidity Risk Action Network creates the reference points for investment firms' and their regulators' detailed policy and operating model requirements. By making these transparent, they also form the launch pad for suppliers and service providers who wish to build solutions which are fit for purpose.
Customer Data Management Group is the leading resource for insight on the implementation of global operating models which meet counterparty data management standards. The think-tank will lead the development of industry guidance so that investment firms who follow it can avoid sanction.
Today's investment firms need to know their customer and product data better and access it faster and cheaper if they are to rise to the new challenges they face from the combination of market and operational pressures introduced this decade.
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|Regulatory identifiers (GRIS)||The Global Regulatory Identifier Steering Group (GRIS) is a collaborative initiative bringing together European sell-side trade
It represents the European sell-side perspective, whilst creating a global dialogue between, and amongst, policymakers and industry.|
|G20 systemic risk||The Systemic Risk Group provides thought leadership both for the politicians who aim to control, and the managers that run, financial services. JWG's analysis of the G20's 93-point action plan provides decision makers with what they need to do the job from strategic direction to practical compliance with new regulations.|