Transaction Reporting Breakfast Briefing
The MiFID II go-live date is here and many firms are under pressure to ensure that the right controls are in place for their transaction reporting. Creating data integrity will be key to lowering the risk of rejections by the Approved Reporting Mechanism (ARM) and having a robust exception management structure will significantly reduce the time taken to resolve issues as they occur.
In addition to the operational aspect, the regulation states that firms are required to demonstrate that they have full oversight and control of the trade lifecycle to fulfil Transaction Reporting obligations.
MiFID II Transaction Reporting Breakfast Briefing
You joined our first MiFID II Transaction Reporting Breakfast Briefing of 2018, to understand how AutoRek performs data integrity and validation checks for both pre and post reporting controls.
Rebecca Deane, Associate Director at Grant Thornton, joined us to discuss the MiFID II/MiFIR Transaction Reporting regulation requirements and the challenges that firms are facing two weeks in, based on their experience.
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