Gain greater control of risks and costs during trade processing and simplify your reporting
By continually working closely with regulators and trade associations, we understand the ever-changing rules brought about by regulation. We can help you with front to back processing; from T+0 confirmations to data enrichment and regulatory reporting.
Derive insights from your data with powerful analytics and clear data visualization
Our suite of intelligent tools enables you to benchmark post-trade operations, examine reports ahead of regulators and communicate more effectively to the C-Suite.
No trade is ever truly done until it’s confirmed, matched and reported. Now, you can take the pressure off your back office.
Explore our unified solution
We provide greater control and simplified reporting to hundreds of firms.
The route to simplifying complex reporting workflows
Whether you’re a money manager, a hedge fund, or a global bank, you’ll experience the same high level of service. We’ve developed quick and easy integration technologies to help you connect to our suite of reporting solutions.
You’ll also benefit from our expertise in managing big data, along with our comprehensive regulatory knowledge, to upgrade and simplify your workflows.
When trades don’t settle on time there are numerous direct and indirect costs and adverse impacts.
You can be exposed to:
- Treasury, funding, and borrowing costs
- Risk monitoring
- Collateral management
- Reputational damage
The later a problem is addressed, the higher its cost and the greater the resource drain.
The true cost of a failed trade
Your new AI powered regulatory assistant. Watch this video to understand how it can help you see the bigger picture.
It's all about the data
Regulators are increasingly becoming more focused on the quality of regulatory reporting data. We've built a brand new tool to help you understand the quality of your reporting data and how to fix any potential errors. Watch this video to find out more about SensAI the latest innovation from the MarketAxess Post-Trade team.
EMIR Refit will come into force in 2024, aiming to simplify EU legislation and reduce regulatory burdens. Firms must act quickly to improve the quality of their data well in advance of implementation. Find out how to get ahead before go-live. First published on 11 November via Reuters Regulatory Intelligence.
There remains a lot of uncertainty around the upcoming EMIR Refit but the clock is starting to tick. Find out five of the biggest changes to be aware of.
Post-Trade reporting data is notoriously complicated – with over 150 fields in a single regulation and 100s of millions of records reported daily. This makes it tricky effectively analyse and monitor your data to ensure you are no making any errors. Read our blog to find out how you can start evaluating your data like your regulator.
Regulators are increasingly focused on the quality of your transaction reporting data. What does this new emphasis on data quality mean for you? Read our blog about the regulator of tomorrow to stay ahead of the curve.
The business case for overhauling the back office
Financial regulations have largely been successful but have focused mostly on the front office, leaving back-office processes well overdue for extensive overhauls.
Countdown to CSDR
The countdown to #CSDR is well and truly on, but with ESMA calling on the European Commission to delay the mandatory buy-in regime, a lot of uncertainty remains. Camille McKelvey outlines how firms can prepare in the face of moving timelines
Post-Trade Repo quarterly data update
In Q4 of 2022 Repo matched trades were up 24% YoY to more than 162k matched trades, with an average of 2.6k matched Repos per day. Download our latest stats and be part of the community.