March and April volatility exposed operational inefficiencies for trading counterparties that have yet to automate their collateral management processes, says DTCC's Purtini Joshi.
Jamil Nazarali at Citadel Securities explains what ever-increasing speeds for issuing and canceling orders tell us about today’s market structure.
Global harmonisation and progressive thinking are needed to support data connectivity between markets, says Matthew Chan at ASIFMA.
Trust funds in Japan have started focusing on mitigating FX settlement risk, to which they have long been exposed. This article explains the change in focus and the factors behind this.
The pandemic has made it abundantly clear that digital transformation is no longer optional, says Fenergo's Rachel Woolley.
Despite its recent Federal Court loss, ASIC was right to appeal the dismissal of its responsible lending case against Westpac, says bank conduct specialist Dr Andy Schmulow.
SGX RegCo's Boon Gin Tan and Michael Tang discuss the social aspects that issuers should consider describing in their sustainability reports in the context of COVID-19.
Drawing from the Fraud Triangle Theory, Alvarez & Marsal's Chris Fordham discusses how the current crisis has created a perfect storm for fraud and misconduct.
Increasingly, leaders along all Three Lines of Defence are being held personally accountable for misconduct that takes place on their watch, says Stephen Scott at Starling.
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