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Next Steps in Strengthening Global Data Sharing Blog,video

Larry Thompson, DTCC Vice Chairman and General Counsel and Marisol Collazo, CEO, DTCC Data Repository (U.S.), LLC (DDR), discuss repeal of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act’s indemnification provisions and highlight key next steps to strengthen global data sharing. *This video first appeared on the DTCC web site January 7, 2016 and is reposted here with permission.

Sweet 16: The Tops for 2016 Special Report

At last fall’s FIA Expo Chicago, John Lothian News partnered with Cinnober Financial Technology to  bring you industry conversations, where we conduct short interviews with industry participants on the important topics facing the financial markets. The 2015 theme is “Sweet 16: The Tops For 2016.” What technology, regulation, exchange or macroeconomic issue or trend will be most important to our industry next year? We will take the 16 best ideas and thoughts and package them in a John Lothian News video series. Here is what our participants had to say: Part 1 – Exchanges: Exchange leaders will be dealing with…

Sweet 16: The Tops For 2016 – Regulation Interview,Regulation,Special Report,Video

Regulation is always front and center and it will be once again next year. In our John Lothian News Sweet 16 Series, we spoke with Timothy Massad, Gary DeWaal, Dan Roth and Marisol Collazo about everything from the CFTC’s regulatory framework to the impact on innovation to harmonizing data. Here’s what they had to say. The Sweet 16 Series features the top 16 ideas about exchanges, regulation, economics and technology, drawn from 38 interviews conducted at the FIA Expo Conference in November 2015.

Five Year Plan: DTCC’s Marisol Collazo Offers a Progress Report on Global Data Repository Issues Interview,Regulation,Video

In September 2009, amid the fallout from the global financial crisis, the leaders of the G-20 met in Pittsburgh to hammer out a coordinated approach to regulatory reform. Chief among their concerns was the lack of transparency in OTC derivatives. The Pittsburgh statement set out four priorities – execution transparency, mandatory clearing, data storage and accessibility, and heightened capital buffers: “All standardized OTC derivative contracts should be traded on exchanges or electronic trading platforms, where appropriate, and cleared through central counterparties by end-2012 at the latest. OTC derivative contracts should be reported to trade repositories. Non-centrally cleared contracts should be…

Canada prepares for derivatives transparency overhaul Blog,Commentary,Regulation

(Marisol Collazo is a Managing Director and U.S. CEO of the DTCC Data Repository) Following the September 2009 commitment by G20 leaders to improve the integrity of the markets, reporting of derivatives trades to trade repositories has become critical to regulatory efforts to monitor and detect the build-up of risk in the financial system. To date, a number of jurisdictions around the world have developed rules and regulations requiring mandatory reporting of derivatives to trade repositories. Derivatives trades are being reported to trade repositories in the United States (since 2012), Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia (since 2013), the European…