London Stock Exchange Group are holding an EMIR event provide an update on the latest changes in the regulation and explain how their application for UnaVista to be a trade repository can help you comply.
At this event we hope to summarise all of the new details and the other key points of EMIR. We will also take the time to explain how UnaVista will help you with your reporting duties.
UnaVista as a Trade Repository
The London Stock Exchange Group has applied with ESMA for the UnaVista platform to be a trade repository across all asset classes.
Under EMIR all counterparties to a derivative trade must report to an approved trade repository. By November 2013 credit and interest rate derivatives will be reportable, then by January 2014 all other derivative asset classes will also become reportable. All trades dating back to 16 August 2012 will have to be reported. For more information on the details of EMIR please click here.
UnaVista expects to be approved as a trade repository in August 2013, however we are running a pilot scheme for clients who want to come on to the platform now, so they can test sufficiently before the November live date.
4.00pm - Registration and Coffee
4.30pm - Introduction - Margaret Bailey (Head of Sales, North America, UnaVista, LSEG)
4.45pm - EMIR update, including ESMA's clarifications - David Nowell (Head Industry Relations and Regulatory Compliance, UnaVista, LSEG)
5.25pm - London Stock Exchange and UnaVista's role as a trade repository - Matthew Walton (Pre-Sales, UnaVista, LSEG)
5.50pm - Q&A session
6.00pm - Cocktails and canapés
8.00pm - Close
Speakers - David Nowell
David Nowell is Head of Industry Relations and Regulatory Compliance at UnaVista, London Stock Exchange Group. He has over 20 years’ financial services experience on both sides of the regulatory fence, having worked previously for the FSA, Reuters and Credit Suisse. At Credit Suisse, he was Transaction Reporting Manager, responsible for ensuring compliance across all aspects of the reporting process and advising on new regulatory requirements. Prior to this, Nowell was a Technical Specialist within the Transaction Monitoring Unit at the FSA, where he was responsible for shaping the transaction reporting rules and providing guidance to UK firms. David was the FSA’s representative on transaction reporting in Europe for a number of years where he was intimately engaged in policy negotiations with other regulators, giving him a unique insight into the policy making process and the regulators’ expectations of the industry.
Join millions of people on Eventbrite.
In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.