Learn how to become MAS compliant today!
Put into effect in 2016, the MAS regulation entered its second phase in October 2019 which increased the number of fields being reported as well as widened the scope of firms falling under the regulation.
The regulation is similar to that of EMIR in the EU and UK and derivative reporting requirements under ASIC. As such, derivative trades for Interest Rate, FX, Credit, Equity and Commodity asset classes need to be reported to a licensed Trade Repository (currently on the DTCC) in T+2 basis.
In this Guide you will learn:
- Who is required to report under MAS regulation
- How it works
- What is in scope
- What are the minimum thresholds exceptions under MAS regulation?
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