ISO 20022 use in the EMIR, MIFID II and SFTR (download)

The ISO 20022 standard is gaining an increasing attention in the area of the securities data exchange. It fills in the gap between the payments, credit cards, FX and trade services, that have been already supported by this standard for quite a while. With an ongoing commitment of the European Commission to reduce the systematic counterparty and operational risk and help prevent future financial systems collapses, the ISO 20022 was chosen by ESMA as a technical format for implementing Level 2 regulations for various European Commission directives.

The half-day workshop is aimed at providing the capital market participants (supervisors, trading venues, investors, software vendors) with the information on the use of the ISO 20022 standard within the EMIR, MIFID II and SFTR regulatory frameworks. The workshop is dedicated for both, the beginners who have little or zero knowledge about the ISO 20022 standard, and those who have been already working with this standard in the past and want to learn more on how it is (or will be) implemented within the above mention regulatory frameworks. The workshop will not only cover theoretical part of the ISO 20022 standard, but will also present the free of charge available tools helping the market participants to better prepare for the future MIFID II reporting. The XBRL veterans may find the workshop interesting, as it will be concluded by the thorough analysis of the ISO 20022 and XBRL standards. The comparison of the similarities and differences will be presented from the technical and standard governance point of view.´

Mateusz Hojda
Mateusz has over 10 years’ experience in the field of digital reporting. His expertise covers the XBRL and ISO 20022 standards implementation by the capital market regulatory bodies. Thanks to the active engagement in the implementation of ISO 20022 by the European supervisors, Mateusz presents a unique combination of the technical skills in the area of the transactional reporting and financial and prudential data reporting.