It’s going to be a busy year for transaction reporting. Investment managers must prepare for the launch of FMIA (FinraG), plus the revised technical standards of EMIR going live on November 1 2017, plus the January rollout of MiFID II/MiFIR – all within the next 12 months.
It’s become extremely challenging to adopt regulations one-by-one. It’s no wonder that investment firms are looking for a more holistic solution.
In this webinar recording, SimCorp’s Carsten Kunkel will provide an overview of the upcoming regulations, including solutions from the Regulatory Center of Excellence. He’ll be joined by Sandrine Gillet from Swiss Life Asset Managers, one of Europe's leading financial solutions providers, who will explain how an integrated transaction reporting platform has helped them to get ahead of regulations.
During this webinar you’ll learn:
- New and upcoming transaction reporting requirements
- How Swiss Life Asset Managers adopted a consolidated transaction reporting approach
- Transaction reporting solutions from the Regulatory Center of Excellence
Carsten has headed up Legal Practices, the nucleus of the Regulatory Center of Excellence, from 2008. Since then the team has designed, built, and coordinated the deployment of regulatory-driven solutions to clients across SimCorp’s Market Units. Before joining SimCorp in 2005, Carsten gained five years of industry experience through consulting leading German financial institutions. Carsten holds a degree in economics from the University of Mannheim, Germany.
Sandrine joined SwissLife Asset Managers in August 2016, as a back office business analyst on SimCorp Dimension. Before joining SwissLife, Sandrine worked as a management consultant for the finance industry in Paris for 13 years. She holds a double degree in applied mathematics and computing from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Rouen, France and from Canfield University, England.
Michael Schuler joined SimCorp in 2013 as Business Consultant in the Consulting Services department. He was involved in the build and rollout of the Trade Repository Reporting solution and other regulatory topics before he joined the Regulatory Center of Excellence in 2015. Since, he has been working on Transaction reporting topics, like EMIR TR Reporting, SFTR and MiFID II. Before joining SimCorp, he worked in an IT consulting company from 2009 to 2013 after graduating with a degree in Business Administration.