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Are You Coping with the MiFID II Requirements?

Stripping out the manual processes from regulatory reporting

TECHNICAL

DEB MARABOTTI, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, TRUSS EDGE

The new MiFID II regulations are making many more reporting demands of hedge funds, not least of which is how to embed the new regulatory reporting standards within their operational processes. It is a lot more difficult than it looks on paper. Below we look at some of the issues funds need to consider, when to ask for outside help, and what sort of internal technological solutions are on offer.

Data management

Proper management of data sits at the core of any strategy designed to help your firm to report effectively under this new regime. The MiFID II Directive, for example, covers all financial instruments traded anywhere in the European Union, including via any EU broker. Everybody that provides data as part of a trading cycle that touches on the EU is affected by the directive. For US brokers, providing a venue to EU trading counterparties means that they too fall within scope.

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