Following the footsteps of other major regulators, the UK, EU and Australia have implemented leverage restrictions on contracts for difference (CFDs) in recent years. In search of alternative solutions, some brokers have found a workaround by moving offshore or setting up branches in jurisdictions with no leverage restrictions.
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.
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.
A recent report published by the ESMA shows more effort is needed to improve trade data quality under EMIR and SFTR.
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?
TRAction is a proud silver sponsor at this year’s Trade And Transaction Reporting Northern Europe conference in Stockholm on the 17th and 18th October 2018.
Our director Sophie Gerber will be contributing her insights as part of a panel discussion on regulatory trends in the APAC region at this year’s iFX Expo Asia.
In the spirit of simplification, TRAction Fintech has produced a video to showcase our trade reporting solutions and how we can assist firms who have trade reporting obligations.