Harmonised Trade Reporting Rules Critical to Global Risk Monitoring: DTCC

DTCC’s Priya Kundamal talks to Regulation Asia about fragmentation in trade reporting requirements and what can be done to achieve greater harmonisation across jurisdictions.

The trade reporting space has continued to evolve in recent years, with regulators continuing to expand the scope of data that needs to be reported and demanding that reported data is accurate and complete. However, regulators have not yet achieved the level of transparency and global risk monitoring in OTC derivatives markets as originally envisioned – because of fragmentation in reporting and data requirements across jurisdictions.

Elliott Gotkine recently sat down with Priya Kundamal, General Manager and Head of DTCC Data Repository Singapore, to discuss ongoing efforts to eliminate cross-jurisdictional differences in trade reporting requirements and achieve greater harmonisation of standards, including through the adoption of critical data elements (CDE) and a common messaging standard for trade reporting.

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