VIDEO | Regulatory data reported under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation could be used as early-warning indicators by supervisory authorities, EU market authority ESMA suggests. Having studied the $10bn bankruptcy of US billionaire Bill Hwang’s hedge-fund-style family office Archegos last year, ESMA risk analyst Martin Haferkorn joined PostTrade 360° Copenhagen to demonstrate how the data was telling the scary story all along.
Martin Haferkorn is risk analysis officer with the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).
The build-up of the firm’s EEA exposure and risk concentration levels were evident in its regulatory reports, his ESMA report notes, and it concludes that the study underlines the importance of regulatory reporting for financial stability analysis.
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