In this issue:

- Derivatives

- Regulatory Capital

- Financial Services

- Funds

- Enforcement

- Events

- Excerpt from Derivatives:

Common Data Format for Pre-LOUs for the Sharing or Publication of Data -

The Regulatory Oversight Committee (“ROC”) of the Global Legal Entity Identifier System (“GLEIS”) released initial details of a common data format that will be used as a standard by pre-local operating units (“pre-LOUs”) when publishing pre-LEI data, reducing complexity for users of pre-LEI data. The newly released information, in the form of a data dictionary, includes precise definitions of data elements such as legal name, business register name and LEI registration status. It also sets out how funds should be treated.

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Topics:  Derivatives, Enforcement, Financial Regulatory Reform, Securities Litigation

Published In: Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Securities Updates

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