NEX Regulatory Reporting partners with Delta Capita
February 8, 2018

NEX Regulatory Reporting says it has partnered with Delta Capita, an international business and technology consulting provider, to offer specialist advice to clients ahead of the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) coming into effect.

NEX Regulatory Reporting recently announced its intention to become an SFTR trade repository and launch a dedicated reporting solution, pending the issuance of the final technical standards from ESMA. It will leverage the existing regulatory reporting technology for EMIR (European market infrastructure regulation), MiFID II (markets in financial instruments directive II) and other international regimes to meet the complex requirements of SFTR.

Collin Coleman, Head of NEX Regulatory Reporting, said: "SFTR will require clients to report an unprecedented level of data given that many securities and finance transactions have significant durations, complex lifecycle events and diverse collateral options. Delta Capita is the ideal partner for NEX as their deep understanding of securities finance and collateral management processes and technology will support the development of our cloud-based reporting solution and aid client onboarding."





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NEX Regulatory Reporting says it has partnered with Delta Capita, an international business and technology consulting provider, to offer specialist advice to clients ahead of the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) coming into effect.

NEX Regulatory Reporting recently announced its intention to become an SFTR trade repository and launch a dedicated reporting solution, pending the issuance of the final technical standards from ESMA. It will leverage the existing regulatory reporting technology for EMIR (European market infrastructure regulation), MiFID II (markets in financial instruments directive II) and other international regimes to meet the complex requirements of SFTR.

Collin Coleman, Head of NEX Regulatory Reporting, said: "SFTR will require clients to report an unprecedented level of data given that many securities and finance transactions have significant durations, complex lifecycle events and diverse collateral options. Delta Capita is the ideal partner for NEX as their deep understanding of securities finance and collateral management processes and technology will support the development of our cloud-based reporting solution and aid client onboarding."



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