TISA Universal Reporting Network (TURN), a new digital utility business for the asset management industry, has launched with the aim of easing regulatory reporting requirements of MiFID II.
New EU regulations must not “force” sustainability considerations upon clients or encourage asset managers to breach their fiduciary duty, asset management industry body EFAMA has warned.
SteelEye, a compliance technology and data analytics firm, has been selected by Ardent Financial, a new FCA authorised Securities Dealer, to provide MiFID II and MAR compliance services.
TISA, the UK’s cross-industry financial services membership body, has appointed Atos, a digital transformation firm, to build a digital utility for the asset management industry, called the TISA Universal Reporting Network (TURN). TURN is being created to ease regulatory reporting requirements for MiFID II. It will be available across Europe based on blockchain technology and is due to launch in the last quarter of 2020.
EFAMA has submitted its response to the European Commission’s consultations on the review of the MIFID II / MIFIR regulatory framework, where it has outlined its recommendations on investor protection and capital markets and infrastructure.
By Roger Aitken – With 18 months having elapsed since the implementation of the European Union’s (EU) Markets In Financial Instruments II (MiFID II) Directive, ushering in the era of unbundling for investment firms for buy- and sell-side institutions, the former chairman of the UK Individual Shareholder Society (ShareSoc) argues that many of the rules behind MiFID should be ditched or scrapped after the UK leaves the EU…
Cappitech, a provider of regulatory reporting and intelligence solutions for the financial services industry, has launched RTS 28 Market Intelligence, a product that allows financial institutions to use regulatory compliance data to their own advantage.
Regulatory change has put the investor relations teams of UK companies’ under increasing pressure as demands from investors soar, according to the latest research from Orient Capital, the investor relations specialist and part of Link Group.
One year since the implementation of MiFID II, a new survey of fund managers and mid and small-sized quoted companies reveals that the new regulation has had a detrimental impact on demand and liquidity for small and mid-cap stocks, as the availability and quality of analyst research continues to decline.
TISA, the investments and savings membership alliance, has achieved ISO accreditation for the open standards underpinning the downstream and upstream reporting of Costs & Charges and Target Market Data in its MiFID II solution.