Navigating your European reporting obligations can be tricky.
We’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions below to help you understand your transaction reporting obligations a little better.
The United Kingdom has severed ties with the European Union and the post-Brexit trade deal is operating but what does this mean for your trade/transaction reporting?
Investment firms in the EU and UK are no longer required to publish the RTS 27 quarterly reports in 2021.
As part of MiFIR/UK MiFIR, Investment Firms should have arrangements in place to regularly reconcile their front office transactions against data samples provided by their National Competent Authority (NCA).
Trade and transaction reporting have featured prominently in the upcoming Work Program for 2021 of Europe’s supranational corporate regulator, ESMA.
2020 does not have to be harder than it already is. With all the reading that needs to be done to keep up with Coronavirus, US Presidential Elections and Brexit, dealing with regulatory updates too can feel a little unbearable.
In what will feel like unusual good news for compliance departments across Europe, ESMA’s recent publication has questioned the efficacy of best execution.
NCA identifies common mistakes in MiFIR transaction reporting – Do you have any? What should you do?
We recommend all European investment firms (IFs) review CySEC’s circular which identified a number of issues with MiFIR transaction reporting undertaken.
We would like to remind all CySEC Reporting Entities (REs) of their obligation to seek approval for a cancellation, correction or late submission in their MiFIR reporting.