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SFTR Reporting Get ready now for upcoming reporting requirements

The regulation on transparency of securities financing transactions and of re-use (SFTR) went into force in January 2016. Reporting requirements will be phased-in in four stages depending on counterparty classification beginning 12 months after adoption of the Level 2 delegated acts (RTS), i.e. reporting is currently not expected before Q4 2018.

Key benefits

  • Rely on Deutsche Börse Group’s regulatory experience as trading venue, regulated market, CCP, CSD and a TR (REGIS-TR) in managing and supporting regulatory change
  • ARM and APA status as well as reporting into all relevant NCAs
  • Coverage of multiple jurisdictions and regulations also beyond SFTR to enable the move to a One-Stop Regulatory Reporting Hub
  • Integrated, highly-efficient STP reporting
  • A high-quality and reliable performance infrastructure, including audit trail
  • Reduction of risks (e.g. sanctions)
  • Competitive pricing and low implementation cost

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Although the final implementation details on SFTR reporting are not yet known, the industry needs to cope with additional reporting requirements and implementation challenges, such as

  • Assigning Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) to counterparties/beneficiaries
  • Linking of SFTs between involved counterparties and along the lifecycle via issuance of a Unique Trade Identifier (UTI)
  • Providing information on collateral and re-use

Data enrichment

The Regulatory Reporting Hub leverages multiple external and internal data sources to enrich reporting records for Securities Financing Transactions

  • Executed on Eurex Repo
    (Bilateral and cleared markets)
  • Cleared at Eurex Clearing
    (Cleared Repo incl. GC pooling, Lending CCP)
  • Originated at Clearstream's Global Securities Financing
    (‘Global Liquidity Hub’ Securities Lending and tri-party collateral management services)

 
Deutsche Börse Group’s Regulatory Reporting Hub and its industry experts are committed to help you ensure full SFTR-compliance as your partner.
 

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