Contracts for Difference (CFDs) Trade Reporting

dollar-544956_1280A Contract for Difference (CFD) is essentially a contract between an investor and a financial firm. At the end of the contract, the parties exchange the difference between the opening and closing prices of a specified financial instrument, including shares.

Australia

In Australia, CFDs are reported as equity derivatives, in the view of the underlying instrument, as outlined in ASIC Regulatory Guide 251, page 28. CFDs over other asset classes will be reported differently – TRAction Fintech can help you to determine these requirements.

UK & Europe

In UK & Europe, depending on the underlying asset class, CFDs are required to be reported under EMIR Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 or Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2004/39/EC.


Israeli Shekel Derivatives

All non-Israeli firms who deal in the Israeli Shekel derivatives have reporting obligations to the Bank of Israel on top of their standard jurisdictional reporting requirements. Read More


Margin Foreign Exchange

As Margin Foreign Exchange (FX) is decentralised many global regulators have implemented reporting regimes. Read More


Binary Options

Many regulators have experienced an increase in entities looking to be regulated to provide Binary Options. This has lead to the implementation of Binary Option trade reporting requirements. Read More


Commodities

Commodities that are traded by brokers are required to report all trades. Read More