DTCC’s position at the center of the financial services industry gives us a unique perspective on how global markets operate and ways in which systemic risks and costs can be reduced. We leverage this expertise and knowledge to serve as a resource for market participants, regulators, lawmakers and other stakeholders on the post-trade processing of financial transactions, data and information as well as issues related to financial reform and global financial markets. DTCC’s focus on stakeholder education and engagement is designed to enhance understanding of the critical role of financial market infrastructures in protecting the stability and integrity of the global financial system.
STAKEHOLDER EDUCATION RESOURCES
A variety of materials are available to assist stakeholders in enhancing their understanding of global financial reform and critical industry issues. From PowerPoint Presentations to Factsheets, these resources can be used individually or combined to serve as an introduction to DTCC, the global financial markets and industry updates.
101 Key Terms You Need to Know About DTCC and Financial Market Infrastructures
DTCC 101 – An Overview of The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation
An introduction to DTCC and the corporation’s subsidiaries that provide secure, reliable and cost-effective post-trade infrastructure to the global financial markets.
By Larry Thompson, DTCC Managing Director and General Counsel
Global Financial Reform Update
Focuses on the history of trade repositories and the need for transparency and regulatory harmonization of new financial rules.
By Michael Bodson, DTCC President and CEO
- Remarks by Mike Bodson at the International Organization of Securities Commissions Board Roundtable on Risk
- White Paper: New Infrastructure for a Sounder Financial System” by Mike Bodson (April 2013 Edition of the Financial Stability Review)
Global Financial Reform: Rules, Impacts and Backlash
An update on global financial reform, focusing on the need for regulation, steps taken and the impact moving forward and sheds light on how new rules will impact not only banks and the markets, but the global economy.
By Larry Tabb, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, The Tabb Group
Trade Repository Update
An introduction to Deriv/SERV, a DTCC subsidiary that provides public aggregate reporting of credit default swaps data on a weekly basis and an overview of public and regulatory reporting of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives transactions.
By Marisol Collazo, DTCC Managing Director, TIW and Repository Services
What is an LEI and CICI?
Primer on the objectives, benefits and challenges of legal entity identifiers (LEI) and the CFTC Interim Compliance Identifier (CICI) utility, which was developed to help financial firms comply with CFTC swap data reporting regulations.
By Ron Jordan, DTCC Managing Director and Chief Data Officer
The DTCC GCF Repo Index and Financial Benchmarks
An overview of financial benchmarks and explains how the DTCC GCF Repo Index® is a more accurate reflection of funding costs than LIBOR and other benchmarks based on estimated costs.
By Murray Pozmanter, DTCC Managing Director, Clearing Services