MiFIR Reporting Challenges
The London Governance & Compliance Academy is excited to announce the below upcoming Online LIVE Course that will provide you with practical knowledge and in-depth understanding on this specialised subject.
In this course we will explore the changes to MiFIR reporting post Brexit. Which are the main challenges for FCA regulated firms?
Accurate and complete MiFIR Transaction Reporting is essential to enable National Competent Authorities (NCA’s) to meet their statutory objectives of maintaining market confidence and reducing financial crime. The primary purpose of transaction reports is to detect and investigate suspected market abuse, insider trading and market manipulation. MiFIR Transaction Reporting widened the scope of financial instruments and extended reporting responsibilities to firms previously excluded from the regime.
This webinar will review the different reporting requirements and identify challenges for implementation, including:
Clarifying the differences between the various MiFID II Regulatory Reporting Regimes and EMIR Trade Reporting;
Develop a greater understanding of the importance of Transaction Reporting;
Explore what is changing with MiFIR Transaction Reporting including approach, field analysis and scenarios;
Identify scenarios of market abuse and the importance of Transaction Reporting to the prevention of financial crime; and
Understanding regulatory outcomes and practical implications for Transaction Reporting Oversight, including an illustration of good and bad practice.
May 25, 2021
09:00am to 10:30am
£180 + VAT
Who is Vivienne Bannigan
Vivienne is a financial services professional with over 20 years’ experience in regulatory and operational risk in the United Kingdom, Europe and internationally. Vivienne has held various roles across several organisations including the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Royal Bank of Scotland and UK Finance. Vivienne has worked in wholesale policy covering the Market Abuse Regime, Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (I & II), Securities lending, Client Money , Transaction Reporting and mentoring her colleagues along the way. Vivienne designed and implemented training and communications to support programme delivery, including the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and Client Money and Assets. Vivienne holds various qualifications including an M. Econ. Sc. in European Economics and Public Affairs. Vivienne is an accredited Dispute Resolution Mediator and is completing an MA in Community Psychology at the University of Brighton. Vivienne is passionate about sailing and supporting individuals to achieve their potential while at the same time, creating an environment that is professional, practical and participative.
Price - 180
Duration - 1.5