The Coronavirus is having an enormous impact on a global scale in terms of health, travel, supply chains, working procedures and events. As a result, Firms around the world are analysing the contracts in their document management repositories to see if a Force Majeure (act of God) clause is present, and seeking to understand whether the Coronavirus is an event which enables them to terminate or postpone their contractual obligations.
With trillions of dollars’ worth of financial contracts referencing LIBOR, with maturities past 2021, the greatest challenge for organizations as they transition away from IBOR will be in identifying all references within their organization and determining the total downstream impact.
Distilling the informational critical path, without losing the bigger picture.
STEFAN JELLINEK, firstname.lastname@example.org
As 2020 approaches so does the implementation of the transactional reporting phase of Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR); another element in the myriad of regulation imposed by the European Commission following the 2008 financial crisis.
Dear JDX customer and our global ecosystem partners,
Here at JDX, we have been closely monitoring the developments around COVID-19 (Coronavirus) all across the world. Now more than ever, the health and safety of our customers, partners, employees and broader community remains our top priority.
JDX, the global financial services firm, announced today that it has been ranked 42nd in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. This is the second time the firm has been recognised in the ranking.
Isn’t it bizarre when suddenly terms like ‘quarantine’ and ‘self-isolation’ become common dialect?
Yet here we are – a global fight against a common enemy. For the first time for many of us, we are not only experiencing new ways of living, but we are all facing new ways of working.
“An equal world is an enabled world.” This is the theme for International Women’s Day 2020, but what does it mean? To ‘enable’ means ‘to make possible’, so ‘an equal world is a world made possible’. In other words, this year’s theme is all about recognising that we are all actively responsible for creating an equal world. We can choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements.