In this episode, our team of global transaction reporting experts, Alexis Wiazmitinoff and Nicklas Nilsson discuss changes coming to EMIR REFIT in 2022 and beyond. With the markets moving towards a harmonization of data elements across regulations, how will that provide regulators with a more complete and holistic view of OTC derivatives and improve operational efficiency for financial firms?
About Our Guest Speakers:
Alexis Wiazmitinoff is a Product Leader at CSS, responsible for leading the Global Transaction Reporting (GTR) solution. He is responsible for setting the GTR product roadmap and strategy. He guides the GTR product team during Sales/Pre-Sales engagements, product design/ delivery, thought leadership and takes part in client events. Alexis has 10 years of FinTech experience and a strong background working with traders, portfolio managers and front-to-back office personnel as part of core banking transformation projects on the continent and in the UK. Prior to joining CSS, Alexis product managed London Stock Exchange Group’s EMIR Trade Repository.”
Nicklas Nilsson is a Regulatory Specialist at CSS concentrating on global transaction reporting, including SFTR, MiFIR and EMIR. Nicklas is currently in a cross-functional role covering the regulations from analysis to implementation. He has eight years of experience working in the finance industry, including operational experience in fund reporting and regulatory implementation. Prior to joining CSS, Nicklas held positions at Swedbank, SEB and Wahlstedt Sageryd.