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The Only FINMA-Authorized Swiss Trade Repository
The Financial Market Infrastructure Act (FMIA; in German ‘Finanzinfrastrukturgesetz’ FinfraG) requires all companies with a registered office in Switzerland to report derivative transactions to an authorized trade repository.
SIX has responded to this obligation and to client demand by launching our own derivate trade repository for OTC and exchange traded derivatives reportable under FMIA.
Ours is the only FINMA-approved Swiss trade repository. It guarantees full data storage in Switzerland and full compliance with stringent Swiss regulatory standards, thus ensuring data protection at all times.
The SIX trade repository builds on our strategic partnership with UnaVista, augmenting the application’s user friendly interface with relevant Swiss-specific business information and complete workflow support.
The SIX trade repository is the only FINMA-recognized solution in Switzerland.
All your data is stored on our Swiss servers and you benefit from extended business support out of Switzerland.
Open, transparent pricing and a commitment to ongoing updates.
A counterparty's obligation to report depends on its classification. FMIA differentiates between four counterparty classes including FC (+/-) and NFC (+/-).
Counterparties are allowed to delegate their reporting duties to third parties. However, the data must be reported to a FINMA approved trade repository and meet FMIA requirements. Even if the delegated party is already reporting under EMIR, it is not sufficient to report only according to EMIR requirements.
Download our guide for key information on registration, onboarding and reporting – everything you need to know about SIX Trade Repository.
All parties who need to report for FMIA or EMIR need to obtain a Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). SIX has joined forces with The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) to offer Swiss entities an easy and straight-forward way to apply for LEIs.
During its meeting on 14 September 2018, the Federal Council decided to bring the derivative transactions reporting duty for small non-financial counterparties into effect on 1 January 2024. The reporting duties of other market participants are not affected by the decision.
After a successful go-live with large financial counterparties (FC+) on 1 October 2017, the SIX Trade Repository, the only FINMA-approved Swiss trade repository, has now followed this up by bringing more than 150 Swiss institutions onto the system.