CSS Breakfast Briefs – SFTR and MMFR

- Dublin - London - Stockholm
CSS Breakfast Briefs – SFTR: A Review of the Reporting Challenges

On 14 April 2020 banks and investment firms need to send their first transaction report for SFTR.

SFTR is undoubtedly a complex regime and the reporting requirements will present numerous operational and data challenges. That is why CSS, together with leading Trade Repositories, are providing a comprehensive guide to SFTR, its challenges and the implications it will have on other reporting regimes during breakfast briefs in Dublin (20 May), London (22 May) and Stockholm (24 May).

Speakers at the event are our SFTR Lead Nicklas Nilsson together with product experts from our Partners DTCC, REGIS-TR and UnaVista. Please register to secure your seat at one of the events.


CSS Regulatory Spotlight: Costs and Charges, Calculation Challenges  & MMFR

In the run-up to 1 January 2018, financial firms were rushing to comply with PRIIPS and MiFID II. A year on, we can see that cost and charges in general and transaction cost calculations in particular are proving to be notably challenging areas for firms. In this breakfast brief we will address the current state of PRIIPs and the challenges we encounter with cost & charges template dissemination and transaction cost calculations. 

In the brief we will also address the new disclosure and reporting regime for Money Market Funds, that will require managers of MMFs to report and disclose relevant information to the authorities. We will disclose the who, what and when of MMFR and prepare you for the go-live in Q1 2020.

8:30-9:00

Registration

9:00-9:15

Welcome & Introduction to CSS

9:15-9:45

SFTR — An Introduction and Update on Guidelines and Implementation

9:45-10:15

Reporting Challenges: A Discussion Regarding the Issues and General Concerns with SFTR

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-11:30

A Deep Dive Examination of SFTR at a Granular Level

11:30-11:45

SFTR Session Closing Remarks

8:30-9:00

Registration

9:00-9:15

Welcome & Introduction to CSS

9:15-9:45

PRIIPs — The current state of affairs and broader cost & charges template dissemination challenges – MiFID II, IDWG/CTI, DCPT and Dutch Pensions

9:45-10:30

Panel discussion – The cost & charges calculation challenge

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-11:15

MMFR – New Disclosure and Reporting Regime for Money Market Funds

11:15-11:30

Closing Remarks

SFTR – A Review of the Reporting Challenges

20 May – Dublin – Longboat Quay – 57/59 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2, D02 F24

22 May – London – 4 St Paul’s Churchyard, Fourth Floor, London EC4M 8AY

24 May – Stockholm – Norra Latin, Drottninggatan 71 b, 111 23 Stockholm

MMFR – CSS Regulatory Spotlight: Costs and Charges, Calculation Challenges & MMFR

6 June – Dublin – Longboat Quay – 57/59 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2, D02 F24

11 June – London – 4 St Paul’s Churchyard, Fourth Floor, London EC4M 8AY

Registration is closed for this past CSS event. However, we frequently add new learning experiences. To check our current list, click here.

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