In this webinar we will educate firms on how MiFIR regulation will expand from the current MiFID regime, as well as introduce firms to the UnaVista MiFIR accelerator programme.
We will be providing all of the details of the new Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) that ESMA released on Monday 28 September. We will also explain how UnaVista’s MiFIR accelerator programme can help firms get ready in time for go-live.
UnaVista’s MiFIR Accelerator Programme allows firms to assess their state of readiness and assist in preparations for MiFIR reporting. The programme includes an online tool which allows for the upload of non-production sets of MiFIR data and identifies gaps in content and format, allowing firms to focus on their data readiness initiatives.
– Tom Wieczorek, Head of Product Management
– Marcus Jeffery, Head of Pre-Sales
– David Nowell , Head of Industry Relations and Regulatory Compliance
MiFIR goes live in just over 365 days, leading firms are now moving past trade and transaction reporting and focusing on remaining requirements. UnaVista and TRADEcho invite you to this webinar where we will be talking about the ancillary parts of MIFIR reporting.
How will your firm address RTS 23 Reference Data Reporting? Are you required to do Commodities Position Reporting? How are you going to acquire LEIs and ISINs for your reporting?
Find out more on this webinar.
UnaVista is hosting this webinar to help firms with their preparations for MiFIR reporting. On 10 October ESMA released the final guidelines on MiFIR transaction reporting, we will provide a summary of the changes and details of how your firm can make the most of MiFIR reporting by illuminating best practices.
We will also demonstrate UnaVista’s MiFIR service, which is now available for clients to test in , and showcase a few services that will help your business not just comply but thrive because of MiFIR.
- Details of the final guidelines for MiFIR transaction reporting
- Demo of the new UnaVista MiFIR ARM
- Turning MiFIR into an opportunity
**please note since broadcast of this webinar the implementation date of the regulation has been delayed. Please check www.lseg.com/unavista for more information**
EMIR trade reporting is going to go through some fundamental changes in the beginning of 2017. ESMA are introducing a large addition of new fields, changes to position reporting, collateral reporting and asset class specific fields. These EMIR trade reporting changes are far more complex and onerous than the Level 1 and Level 2 validation changes – if you are not already planning for these changes, you need to start now.
In this webinar we will help get you up to speed about what to expect and how to prepare.
Not so long ago, the majority of customers spoke to their financial providers by phone, email, or in person. Although this still happens, these channels are in decline. Instead, the rapid rise of social media and instant messaging, is transforming customer service.
But social media is a financial services blind-spot. Firms routinely record voice and email communications, and believe they are compliant. However, regulations like MiFID II require all relevant e-communications to be recorded, which includes communications via websites, client portals, mobile apps, and social media.
It is a common belief that social messaging apps like WhatsApp and WeChat are not compliant as messages cannot be recorded and archived. This is simply not true.
Join our webinar where Peter Kunszt, Head of Product Development at Qumram will show how you can use WhatsApp and WeChat to communicate with customers, but also internally for staff to communicate with each other.
We will also hear from Dushyant Shahrawat, Managing Director of FinTech Associates Ltd on "how financial institutions can successfully manage the challenges and opportunities associated with the changing world of digital communications.”
Register now to secure your place!
There is no doubt that social media is a valuable engagement platform for any business. So why have financial services firms been so slow to engage with customers via this channel?
In this webinar we will discuss:
* What is the truth about social media in financial services: do customers really want it, and if so, what for?
* How are banks and other financial institutions reacting?
* Is the use of social media for two-way communication in financial services a reality today?
* What are the compliance and risk challenges associated with social media usage; how can they be mitigated?
* Which financial institutions are leading the way?
* Should banks build their own social platforms to avoid compliance and control issues?
This program will provide an update as to recent developments impacting structured product development and sales in the US and Europe, based on recent regulatory initiatives from the SEC, FINRA, European Commission, ESMA and the FSA.
Robert Dilworth, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch
Lloyd Harmetz, Morrison & Foerster, New York
Peter Green, Morrison & Foerster, London
Tim Hailes, chairman, Joint Associations Committee, London
Lukas Becker, International Financial Law Review