The drivers of the global regulation framework have transformed our market place over the past eight years. A collection of global holistic data across all asset classes is required to comply with the regulatory mashup: IOSCO, MiFID II, T+2, new margining and others.
But that is only part of the journey. Transparency and insight needs to be mined from the data through advanced algorithms and machine learning capabilities. The workflow of the front, middle and back office is blurring together and changing the way firms operate.
Firms that can gather their data within one platform can lessen the burden of compliance, and gain insight, flexibility and security.
This webinar reviews the regulatory requirements, challenges and opportunities to achieve a more efficient and profitable trading organization including:
- The challenges to be efficient and compliant with regulatory reporting
- The role of investment book of record (IBOR) technology in facilitating regulatory support
- The case for systems consolidation
Head of Fintech Research TABB Group
Terry Roche is responsible for the FinTech practice at TABB Group. Prior to his current role Terry was Chief Operating Officer at NYSE Technologies. Before joining NYSE Technologies Terry held a number of executive positions at Thomson Reuters and Reuters, including, Managing Director, Global Head of Elektron Real Time and Platform, along with Global Head of Strategic Business for Focus Group Accounts.
Product Manager SimCorp
Jenny is a Product Manager for SimCorp North America, where she is part of the team responsible for driving innovation for SimCorp’s solutions. With over 15 years of experience at SimCorp, Jenny is an expert in automation for front-to-back office processes and is also well versed in the fixed income and derivatives space. Her experience with both the development and business side of the industry has forged a deep-rooted knowledge of SimCorp Dimension. Before joining SimCorp, Jenny worked as an interest rate quantitative analyst at Nordea Markets, publishing trading strategies and developing tools for traders.
President and Founder Financial Technologies Forum
Maureen founded Financial Technologies Forum in 2006 from her Hoboken apartment. Maureen is responsible for new business development and overseeing operations of her growing company. She graduated from The College of New Jersey (f/k/a Trenton State) in 2001 with a B.A. in Communications. Maureen fell into the small world of financial technology while working for a boutique M&A and research firm that specialized in financial and energy software companies. She further refined her expertise in financial technology and events planning after working in both PR and conference planning in the fintech space.