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ESMA regulatory 2013 focus on transaction reporting

22 April 2013  |  1542 views  |  0

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) work programme includes updates on the proposed work of ESMA linked to the European Commission’s legislative timetable.  In respect of transaction reporting the following initiatives are detailed:

Under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive:

  • Information to be provided to the competent authority by data reporting service providers;
  • Data standards and formats for information to be provided in transaction reports by investment firms;
  • Technical advice on the threshold triggering position reporting obligations by categories of traders; and
  • Specification of the format of weekly reports of aggregate positions by categories of traders

Under the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation:

  • Technical standards on data formats, methods and arrangements for transaction reporting including the content of transaction reports, the financial information to be reported, the definition of a transaction and the application of transaction reporting requirements to branches.

 

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http://www.esma.europa.eu/system/files/2013-455.pdf

  

 

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