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Timestamping and clock synchronisation have been embedded in the EU by Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and are also a requirement of the US SEC Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT). The webinar will discuss how well firms have realised the MiFID II requirement, how it differs from the CAT requirement, and best practice implementation. It will also consider potential regulatory change going forward, how tighter timestamping and synchronisation could be implemented, and the benefits of compliance with these regulatory requirements.
Register for the webinar to find out more about:
Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
Rory Chisholm, IT Project manager for the FinfraG Art 38 & Art 39 programs, UBS Investment Bank
Hugh Cumberland, Principal, Cumberland Caine Limited
Raymond Russell, CTO, Corvil
IT Project manager for the FinfraG Art 38 & Art 39 programs
UBS Investment Bank
Cumberland Caine Limited
After 35 years delivering technology, marketing, sales and operational solutions in capital markets in London and around the globe, Hugh now provides consultancy, advisory, interim and non-executive services to an international customer base.
Senior FPGA Engineer
Russell Lowes is a Senior FPGA Engineer at Metamako who currently oversees the product development of MetaWatch, a high-performance network application for tapping, precision timestamping and time synchronisation.
With strong experience in all aspects of electronics systems design, Russell has held senior engineering roles in several defense and technology firms producing voice, video and networking products.
Prior to applying his experience to MetaWatch, Russell worked on novel FPGA implementations of the next generation of video coding algorithms at Blackmagic Design.
Russell holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Working with co-founders John Lewis and Fergal Toomey (Chief Scientist with Corvil), Raymond pioneered the measurement of the Large Deviation properties of packet-switched network traffic.
Since 2000, Raymond has been instrumental in building a strong analytics technology, covering data science; clock synchronization and time handling; network and transaction analysis; and latency analysis and optimization.