Effectively manage your international transaction reporting obligations

Beyond EMIR, MiFID and MAS you may also face the challenge of maintaining reporting connections to other international regulatory regimes. The CME Regulatory Reporting engine manages the complexity of multiple reporting regimes, manipulating the core dataset and routing data to international regulators in the required format.

Reporting under CFTC

The US’s Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) requires trade reporting as part of the Dodd Frank reforms. CFTC reporting requires that over-the-counter derivatives trades are reported to an approved swap data repository.

We operate the CME Swap Data Repository.

Trading in Swiss securities on SIX

Remote participants trading in securities listed on the SIX Swiss stock exchange are required to report transactions to an Approved Reporting Mechanism (ARM).

We are able to support Swiss reporting via our ARM.

Reporting for Canadian Regimes

Canadian OTC reporting broadly aligns with other global requirements in both scope and imposing a reporting hierarchy. Reporting is differentiated between the four main provinces Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Quebec and definition of the “local counterparty” will determine the reporting entity and which authority has access to the data.

The CME Canadian Trade Repository serves all 13 provinces.

Single solution for all reporting obligations

The CME Regulatory Reporting HUB is designed to receive, process, enrich and distribute data to relevant regulators under multiple reporting regimes: MiFID, EMIR, ASIC, MAS and others.

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