MiFID II - Transaction Reporting

MiFID II - Transaction Reporting

Firms can no longer simply rely on a broker or trading venue to complete transaction reporting on their behalf


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Transaction reporting is an important part of the existing MiFID framework and is also integral to regulators’ ability to monitor market abuse in capital markets. In essence, transaction reporting is the mechanism by which investment firms provide reports to regulators, containing trade details of each transaction they execute, no later than close of business the following day. Transaction reporting under MiFID I was primarily an issue for sell-side firms, such as brokers and dealers, who report transactions for their clients.



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