PRISMA Compliance Product Support

PRISMA Compliance Product Support

PRISMA Compliance is the first and only software solution that provides true UTC traceability and real-time reporting to comply with MiFID II and FINRA requirements.

At a Glance

PRISMA Compliance Product Support Status

Introduction: 2018

Status: Recommended for gathering, analyzing and reporting on all the elements in your timing network in real time, and providing the necessary reports to comply with internal requirements and external regulations.

Current application software: v 1.0.0

Software policy: Semi-annual software releases for new premium and standard features, enhancements, bug fixes and updates

Support Resources

Product Manuals

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User Manual, PRISMA Compliance.
pdf - 5 MB
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Opens the Online User Manual for PRISMA Compliance.
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Wednesday, September 26, 2018
By: Spectracom

Software

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Download link for latest version of the PRISMA Compliance server ISO image
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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Download link for latest versions of the PRISMA Compliance transmitters:
  • Linux / deb format
  • Linux / rpm format
  • Linux / tgz format
  • Windows

Offsite File
Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Product Documents

Datasheets

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Designed specifically for MIFID and FINRA, PRISMA Compliance is the first and only reporting solution that lets you gather, analyze and report on all the elements in your timing network and provide the required reports to satisfy internal compliance needs and external regulations.


pdf - 921 KB
Wednesday, January 17, 2018

White Papers

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In January 2018, MiFID II RTS 25 compliance began, including five requirements for timing synchronization. Use this detailed checklist to make sure that you’re aware of the key considerations, your timing chain is ready and you're fully compliant.


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Friday, January 19, 2018
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New regulations from MiFID II in Europe to the Consolidated Audit Trail in the US mandate that reportable events must be timestamped to much more accurate levels than ever before and that regulated organizations must have a clear understanding of time for all information they are required to report. Europe’s MiFID II, in particular — which came into force on January 3, 2018 — is far more prescriptive with regards to timestamping, as defined by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) within RTS 25.


Offsite File
Wednesday, January 24, 2018