Update: the all-new Ultimate Guide to Transaction Reporting in Europe is here

Ultimate Guide to Transaction Reporting in Europe

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 report your trades post-Brexit.

We know complying with your reporting obligations is not always an easy task or a small feat. It can become a burden on firms and tie up internal resources if not managed effectively. That is why we created the Ultimate Guide to Transaction Reporting in Europe, to help you make the transition from panic to well thought-out strategy when it comes to regulation.

Ensure you are meeting your EMIR and MiFIR/MiFID II requirements today and download your free copy.

Lastly, if you’re not quite sure if you’re required to report under EMIR and/or MiFIR/MiFID II, try our using our Assessment Tools below for a free summary of your likely reporting obligations under either regime. Simply answer a few questions regarding your firm’s operations and receive your conclusion instantly.

If you have any questions about your reporting obligations, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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