EMIR trade reporting
Our EMIR client trade reporting service
From 12 February 2014, entities incorporated within the EU will be required to report certain information related to derivative transactions they enter into, to an authorised trade repository. Reporting must occur no later than the end of the business day following the execution, modification or termination of such transactions. Additionally, from this date entities will be required to report those derivative transactions that were open on, or entered into after, 16 August 2012, in a process known as back loading.
We understand that this requirement may present challenges for some of our clients. Therefore, to help you meet your reporting obligations, we have established a delegated trade reporting service under which we will report certain derivative transactions on your behalf, including back loading.
It is important to note that although you are able to delegate reporting to us or another party, you remain responsible for your own compliance with any applicable EMIR requirements including the timeliness and accuracy of the trade reporting.
How to sign up
You will need to complete two steps to sign up for our delegated reporting service:
- Complete and submit the registration form; and
- Complete and return our Terms and Conditions of Use.
To do both of these click on the above link ‘Register for our service’.
Once we have received your registration form and the signed Terms and Conditions of Use we will begin the process of setting you up for the service. We will then notify you via email once the set up is complete.
For more information on trade reporting and our delegated reporting service please see our FAQ section. If you require further information or assistance please email us at
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