European Trade and Transaction Reporting Requirements
What is EMIR?
Under EMIR, all counterparties are required to report details of any derivative contract they have concluded, or which the counterparty has modified or terminated.
What is MiFIR/ MiFID II?
More details below.
EMIR is European legislation for the regulation of derivatives transactions. Under EMIR, all counterparties are required to report details of any derivative contract they have concluded, or which the counterparty has modified or terminated, to a registered Trade Repository. Read more on our EMIR reporting page. Contact us if you would like to discuss your trade reporting obligations under EMIR.
MiFIR governs transaction reporting requirements in Europe. Under MiFIR, all investment firms are required to report specified transactions in financial instruments where the underlying instrument is traded on a European Economic Area trading venue to an Approved Reporting Mechanism, on a T+1 basis.
TRAction has pointed out some of the key issues that investment firms need to be aware of, so that you can stay compliant with transaction reporting requirements. Contact us if you would like to discuss your transaction reporting obligations under MiFIR.
See the following pages for more detailed information about specific aspects of transaction reporting in the UK and Europe:
Brokers that deal in the Israeli Shekel derivative have reporting obligations to the Bank of Israel. All non-Israeli firms who hold a position above the threshold (USD15m in aggregate gross notional) are required to report all OTC Derivative on Shekel FX and rates.
To speak with us about your reporting obligations, feel free to contact us and one of our experienced staff will be happy to assist you.
TRAction provides clients with delegated reporting solutions in accordance with the reporting requirements outlined above.
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In the midst of an unprecedented global crisis, CME Group has announced its closure of most of its regulatory reporting services including NEX Regulatory Reporting and the CME European Trade Repository by 30 November 2020. We understand the stress and inconvenience this may bring to CME’s existing clients in terms of switching to another TR, ARM or reporting delegate.
If you are currently a client of the CME’s regulatory reporting entities, TRAction is here to help you and ensure a smooth transition of reporting services on or before 30 November 2020. Click here to find out more.
Find out more about the requirements for Australian OTC derivatives reporting under the ASIC regime. Read More
Find out more about the requirements for Singaporean OTC derivatives reporting under the MAS regime. Read More