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MiFID II transaction reporting: the straw that is breaking the camel's back

MiFID II transaction reporting: the straw that is breaking the camel's back

MiFID II transaction reporting is causing 67% of investment management firms to re-evaluate the whole of their regulatory reporting operations. The required data, if it exists, sits in various systems and data stores. For those that have outsourced investment operations it is estimated that only a quarter of the data required for MiFID II transaction reporting resides with such asset service providers.

Investit’s MiFID II Toolkit offers you the right support to help you become MiFID II compliant. Our clients are now focusing on regulatory reporting, drawing upon our data governance skills to define their regulatory reporting operating models.To learn more about MiFID II and our regulatory reporting work, contact Clare Vincent-Silk at +44 (0) 20 7933 9900.

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Investment in Blockchain by Financial Institutions projected to exceed $1bn in next 24 months

Investment in Blockchain by Financial Institutions projected to exceed $1bn in next 24 months

In the last 36 months, over $1bn has been invested in Blockchain technologies.* Industry estimates suggest Blockchain investment will increase another $1bn by the end of 2017. The catalyst for such aggressive investment is a growing enthusiasm among financial institutions that Blockchain technology could replace antiquated transaction networks and save the industry billions. For investment managers, this could translate into replacing third party clearing networks and offer near real-time settlement in a secure distributed ledger. No superstar solutions have emerged but the cooperation and collaboration among firms – technology providers, investment banks, venture capitalists and end users – is fuelling the unprecedented investment. Industry estimates indicate that large financial firms have each identified between 10 to 20 Blockchain prototype applications. Finding the right application for the technology remains elusive but prototypes are emerging that could dramatically change the industry.

Join Investit Intelligence research members as part of the Digital Disruption: The Allure of Blockchain research. In this research we are investigating the current trends and sharing perspectives on how financial service firms are funding this disruption, why, and what they are focusing on. To learn more about joining Investit Intelligence, contact Clare Vincent-Silk at +44 (0) 20 7933 9900.

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