TRAction and UnaVista strengthen alliance to provide combined MiFID II and EMIR regulatory reporting solutions

TRAction and UnaVista

TRAction is proud to announce an expanded collaborative partnership with UnaVista, London Stock Exchange Group’s regulatory reporting platform. The partnership is aimed at simplifying MiFID II and EMIR reporting for investment firms.

We are a specialist regulatory reporting firm, offering advice, data extraction and enrichment and transaction reporting services for EMIR, MiFIR, SFTR, ASIC, MAS, Canadian reporting and HKMA.

UnaVista is an award-winning ARM and Trade Repository from London Stock Exchange Group.

Together, TRAction and UnaVista enable easier integration of trading platforms with regulatory reporting systems, so that compliance can be achieved more efficiently. Data extraction, conversion and enrichment can be a complicated, expensive and risky process, the extent of which can be significantly minimised when utilising TRAction’s services integrated with UnaVista’s trade repository.

Our co-CEO, Quinn Perrott, says about our experience with UnaVista:

“Having used multiple different trade repositories we have a variety of experience and consider that UnaVista are of the highest standard in the market for usability and customer service. They combine the backing and foundation of London Stock Exchange Group with the agility and hands on approach of a fintech start-up.”

See what Michael Leach, MD of Sales UnaVista, says about their experience with TRAction:

“We have worked with TRAction since the implementation of MiFID II in January 2018 as an aggregator through our partnerships offering for our ARM. They have been straightforward and easy to deal with, showing great skill in handling the reporting process for a large number of clients and transaction volumes.  We look forward to now also providing TRAction Fintech and their clients with EMIR and MiFID II trade repository services.”

For further information or to see how this partnership could benefit your business, please contact us.

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