10 Jul '13, 9pm

Derivatives Transaction Reporting: What do Singapore’s proposals mean for firms regulated... | by @reedsmithllp

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS ) has recently published a consultation paper setting out its proposals for transaction reporting requirements (the Securities and Futures (Reporting of Derivatives Contracts) Regulations 2013 or SF(RDC)R) (the Consultation ). This client alert does not analyse the proposals in detail, but highlights questions for market participants, who are already deep in the midst of regulatory response planning in respect of Dodd-Frank and EMIR, to factor into their transaction reporting project plans. Overview This Consultation is a continuation of the regulatory reform package which began with the Securities and Futures (Amendment) Act on 15 November 2012. This was Singapore’s response to the G20 commitments with respect to regulatory requirements for OTC derivatives and mandatory clearing for standardised transactions. These proposals also...

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