Trade reporting hits hurdles as regulators overwhelmed by data


Despite what appeared to be a relatively sublime start to mandatory reporting of over-the-counter derivatives in recent weeks, not all market participants have yet obtained the necessary coding to report trades, and concerns remain over the ability of regulators – notably the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) – to make constructive use of the large volumes of data now being reported.

Under the new market architecture that enables trades to be reported to swap data repositories (SDRs)

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