Volume 11, 2018-2019

Each volume of Journal of Securities Operations & Custody consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 11 are : 

Volume 11 Number 1 (Winter 2018-19)

  • A framework for data accuracy and supporting better decision-making
    Marc Rubenfeld, Head of Sales, EMEA, Eagle Investment Systems LLC
  • Demystifying RegTech: Enabling data to work smarter
    Richard Reeves, Vice President of Strategy, OneSumX, Wolters Kluwer
  • What you need to know about the new securities financing transaction regulation: The new securities financing transaction regulation regulatory requirements, the impact, the challenges and what financial and nonfinancial institutions need to know before and after the securities financing transaction regulation enters into force
    Hagen Tiller, Senior Counsel, Commerzbank and Andreas Roussos, Chief Business Development Officer, Point Nine Limited
  • Coping with digital disruption: Adapting to a changing operating model
    Richard Anton, Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, CIBC Mellon
  • Uncleared margin rules — initial margin: It’s time to commence the journey
    Chetan Joshi, Founding Partner, Margin Reform
  • Derivatives clearing infrastructure renewal in Japan: The impending post-trade market revolution
    Eiichiro Yanagawa, Senior Analyst, Celent (a part of Oliver Wyman)
  • Securities Financing Transaction Regulation: Implementation and impact on the securities finance post-trade reconciliation
    Pierre Khemdoudi, Managing Director and Global Cohead of Equities Data and Analytics, IHS Markit
  • The great entity classification conundrum in G20 derivatives regulation
    Victoria McWilliam, Senior Associate, aosphere LLP
  • LIBOR, foreign exchange and the illusion of liquidity
    Alexis Stenfors, Senior Lecturer in Economics and Finance, University of Portsmouth