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ASIC

How Do Public Holidays and Bank Holidays Impact Trade Reporting?

Public holidays and bank holidays can have a major impact on trade and transaction reporting requirements; especially if you are an entity operating under multiple regimes.  

When there is a public holiday where the regulatory body (or regulated entity) is located, it is likely that the timing of report submissions will be extended commensurately.

ASIC

What Do Reported Trades in Australia Say About Our Brokerage?

Under ASIC’s Reporting Rules, most Australian margin FX and CFD brokers are Reporting Entities that are required to report their transactions as they are considered to be over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.

We take a look at what a trade repository or ASIC can surmise about your business from the data they receive.

ASIC

Reminder: Daylight Saving Time Ends this Weekend for New York

Are you reporting trades by New York (NY) time or following NY close of business? If so, it is important to check your trades/transactions are still reported at the correct time now that daylight saving time (DST) has started in the US (13 March 2022).

ASIC Consultation
ASIC

Change to ASIC Derivative Reporting Gets Closer to Finalisation

ASIC is stepping closer to its final version of reform to its reporting requirements for derivative transactions. Further details of their proposals have been outlined in ASIC’s second Consultation Paper (CP) Proposed Changes to simplify the ASIC Derivative Transaction Rules (Reporting) 2013, incorporating further changes after its first round of consultation released in November 2020.

Trade Reporting
ASIC

Trade Reporting for Foreign Payment/Money Transfer Providers

Globally there are a host of foreign exchange brokers which allow their customers to move currency to and from different countries and currencies. These companies are subject to different requirements based on the jurisdiction where they are based and the role they play in the market.