Videos and Articles
What you need to know about LEIs in Asia Pacific
Nellie Dagdag, Managing Director of Sales and Solution Delivery for APAC at DTCC, explains function and benefits of legal entity identifiers (LEI) in the financial services industry. Watch video series.
Making the case for real-time settlements
Nellie Dagdag, Managing Drector of Sales and Solutions Delivery for APAC at DTCC, says lags in the clearing and settlements exists to allow participants in the trade to ensure that funds are available at the time of presentation. Watch video.
The trade reporting landscape in Asia
In 2009, the G20 leaders – in response to the global financial crisis – agreed on a number of principles to govern the derivatives markets. Among these was the requirement that derivatives contracts be reported to trade repositories. As the only trade repository licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the first approved trade repository established in Japan, Ollie Williams, Head of DTCC Data Repository (Singapore) Pte Ltd, discusses the regulatory landscape around trade reporting in Asia and what firms should consider as they ramp up their compliance efforts. Watch video.
The future of trade reporting in Asia
DTCC has responded to the 2008 global financial crisis by providing global trade repository services for the reporting of over-the-counter derivatives transactions. Ollie Williams, Head of DTCC Data Repository (Singapore) Pte Ltd, shares with Regulations Asia on the evolution of trade reporting and how market participants could leverage trade reporting data for future regulatory reforms. Watch video.
LEIs: Asia following the rest of the world
Firms in the region either embrace, endure or avoid MiFID II’s LEI requirement, but must accept that it’s not just regulations from the U.S. which now have a profound extraterritorial impact. Read more.
Are the remaining APAC markets ready for T+2?
Nellie Dagdag, Managing Drector of Sales and Solutions Delivery for APAC at DTCC, discusses the key enablers for the remaining Asia Pacific markets to transition to a shortened settlement cycle. Read more.