MiFID II transaction reporting
Transaction reporting and record keeping
The challenge of MiFID II reporting compliance
To comply with MiFiD II reporting rules, many buy-side firms will need access to extensive reference data on the instruments with which they trade, both to determine what needs to be reported and to generate the data points.
Investment firms must report transactions in any MiFID II financial instruments to their local regulator or approved reporting mechanism (ARM) no later than the close of the following working day.
Under MiFID II, each individual transaction report can contain up to 65 fields, including:
- new flags, detailing particular trade types in certain instruments
- specific details of participants, including the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI code) of counterparties, funds and individual accounts
- and, raising privacy concerns, significant additional personal details (National ID/ passport numbers) of the individual persons involved in both the investment and execution decision.
How we help
How can Refinitiv help?
Access to all-encompassing data
We provide access to financial reference data, LEI profiling, applications and solutions for – and indicators to identify which instruments require – MiFID II transaction reporting.
While DataScope Select continues to be the primary service for instrument reference and pricing data, much of this information will also be included within Elektron Real Time data feeds and available in Eikon.
We provide LEI Profiling Service, a client specific report that assists Financial Institutions to identify and resolve gaps within their LEI universes.
In addition, using standard or custom analytics combined with Elektron Real Time or Tick History data, you can provide benchmark analytics for proving other typical business analytics, such as RFQ hit rates.
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