UnaVista announced the upcoming closure of its SFTR trade repository (TR) service for both its UK and EU clients. This means all firms utilising UnaVista for their SFTR reporting will need to onboard with an alternative TR by the closure date of 31 January 2022.
TRAction is pleased to introduce the updated Ultimate Guide to Transaction Reporting in Europe. The team at TRAction have refreshed our well-known guide for those reporting under EMIR and MiFIR/MiFID II in both the UK and Europe. In our latest version of the guide, we have taken into account recent regulatory changes including where to […]
Sights are set on global finance opportunities as the UK pivots away from the EU’s MiFID regulations
HM Treasury has issued a consultation paper, the Wholesale Markets Review, which proposed the United Kingdom’s plans to diverge from the European Union’s financial market regulations.
Are turbos the new answer to high risk, big profits (and potentially bigger losses) which retail traders are seeking?
Under EMIR, the information stemming from the dual-sided reporting obligation must be reconciled via the pairing and matching of both legs of the derivative trade by trade repositories.
In the lead-up to the final phase of the MAS derivative reporting regulations, our team has found that some firms are unaware they are captured under the regime.
Are you unsure if you have EMIR and/or MiFIR reporting obligations or whether you are reporting completely and correctly?
Are you aware of the penalties for non-compliance with ASIC’s trade reporting rules? Australian entities dealing in OTC derivatives are required to report under and comply with the ASIC Derivative Transaction Rules
A recent report published by the ESMA shows more effort is needed to improve trade data quality under EMIR and SFTR.