MiFID II RTS25: How to Achieve Ongoing Compliance

MiFID II RTS25: How to Achieve Ongoing Compliance

MiFID II RTS 25 Webinar

Post January 2018, with MiFID II legislation in place, financial organisations may need to provide the Financial Regulators with time synchronisation traceability reporting for any given date they request.

In order to help you understand your ongoing time synchronisation obligations under MiFID II we are running a lunchtime webinar with timing experts from APC Time and Meinberg.

Rob Skinner, from APC Time, will explain the requirements for time synchronisation and ongoing reporting under MifFID II; and Andreja Jarc, from Meinberg, will demonstrate how their products can work with your network infrastructure to meet and maintain RTS25 compliance.

Earlier this year Meinberg launched their NetSync monitor to log and report on the synchronisation status and performance of remote PTPv2 slave nodes and boundary clocks. During the webinar you will see the product in action and understand the reporting outcomes.

:Topic: :MiFID II RTS 25: How to achieve ongoing compliance
:Date: :Wednesday 19th July 13:00 – 14:00 GMT
:Speakers: :Dr Andreja Jarc, Technical Training, Meinberg. Rob Skinner, Timing Systems Sales & Support, APC Time

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Agenda:

  • Legal requirements for time synchronisation in the financial industry – Rob Skinner, APC Time
  • Brief overview of MiFID II and RTS 25 – Rob Skinner, APC Time
  • Meinberg solutions for MiFID II – Dr Andreja Jarc, Meinberg
  • Traceability and monitoring via NetSync Monitor – Dr Andreja Jarc, Meinberg
  • Live-demoing on Meinberg Systems –Dr Andreja Jarc, Meinberg

If you are interested in finding out more about NetSync and how Meinberg products can assist your organisation in meeting MiFID II compliance, contact APC Time on:

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The Meinberg NetSync Monitor logs and reports the synchronisation status and performance of remote PTPv2 slave nodes and boundary clocks.  The NetSync monitoring technology can store, send and display the current and past synchronization status of PTPv2 devices in the network by exchanging the standard delay request, delay response, sync and follow-up messages and an additional TLV for the PTP status information of the monitored devices. Click for Netsync product overview

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