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Advancing Global Data Harmonization in Derivatives Trade Reporting

By DTCC Connection Staff | 1 minute read | March 16, 2021

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Although regulatory mandates have been unable to achieve the transparency and systemic risk monitoring goals originally envisioned by the Group of 20 (G20) at its historic 2009 summit in Pittsburgh, right now represents a unique moment to make progress against this objective. Read about DTCC’s perspective on how to advance global data harmonization in the OTC derivatives markets.


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