Reference data

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.



Events

LiRAN  7 May 2014 - KNOW YOUR REGULATORY DATA - professional training  Click here Click for more info

LiRAN  15 May 2014 - MiFID II/ MiFIR technical standards deep dive I  Click here Click for more info

LiRAN  4 June 2014 - Do YOU know your regulatory data? Professional training  Click here Click for more info

LiRAN  12 June 2014 - MiFID II/ MiFIR technical standards deep dive II  Click here Click for more info

LiRAN  10 July 2014 - MiFID II/ MiFIR technical standards ESMA response  Click here Click for more info





Press releases
TitleDate Added
Engagement model between regulators and the financial industry is broken, according to JWG report 10 April 2012
Is your ICT infrastructure robust enough for G20 regulatory reform?29 March 2012
Latest JWG risk research finds industry unlikely to be ready for 2012 regulatory environment18 May 2011
Institutions call for collaborative action with regulatory support to develop missing reference data22 February 2010
JWG and Top-Tier Financial Institutions Collaborate to Launch Industry Guidance on Customer Data15 February 2010


Documents
DescriptionDate Added
210114 CDMG EMIR reporting minutes v1 3P24 April 2014
CDMG Presentation 10 April 201411 April 2014
200314 CDMG MiFID2 MiFIR minutes v2.210 April 2014
20 March MiFID II / MiFIR presentation24 March 2014
180214 CDMG EMIR reporting minutes v1.225 February 2014

FREE DownloadsDate Added
CDMG 2014 Events Agenda18 December 2013
JWG RDA overview v2 4P.pdf11 July 2013
2013-06-07 HB Client Alert - New EU Benchmarks Regulation.pdf11 June 2013
2013-685_qa_ii_on_emir_implementation_final_for_publication_201306047 June 2013
JWGs Response To FSBs paper 'Understanding Financial Linkages: A Common Data Template'16 November 2011

 
JWG alerts
BCBS consults on CCP risk: Should exposure be priced cheaply to encourage banks to centrally clear? http://t.co/iDCBpDYt3f
Bitcoin regulation: Is global regulation of cryptocurrencies possible and why are regulators biding their time? http://t.co/bgsXk7VzOa
AML controls weak, says FCA: Report identifies trade financing as area of particular vulnerability to fin. crime:http://t.co/jSXGxFKagD
JMLSG update: Guidance changed to take account of new FATF recommendations and AMLD IV draft: http://t.co/0U9dxNjZof
FATF guidance on mobile payments and internet-based payment services: New standards for CDD, RBA and wire transfers:http://t.co/4A8dtOuZY2
For more alerts see here

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Risk

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.

 
Trading
TechSIG provides a neutral 'safe' platform for like-minded firms, vendors and professional service firms to collaboratively develop practical IT infrastructure solutions to resolve MiFID compliance problems. No similar mechanism exists for protected collaborationTM, which safeguards members' intellectual property, whilst creating valuable, validated solutions.
 
Regulatory identifiers (GRIS)
The Global Regulatory Identifier Steering Group (GRIS) is a collaborative initiative bringing together European sell-side trade bodies. 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.
 





PublicationDate Added
261113 CDMG MiFID presentation v1 4P.pptx26 November 2013
[RegBeacon] Issue 414 February 2013
[RegBeacon] Issue 32 October 2012
Dirty windows: regulating a clearer view25 June 2012
FS infrastructure: ready for G20 reform?12 March 2012