This section provides documents outlining key information on registration, onboarding and reporting - everything you need to know about SIX Trade Repository!
On 1 April 2017, FINMA authorized SIX Trade Repository Ltd to provide transaction reporting services under FMIA. This authorisation makes the trade repository from SIX the only officially recognised solution in Switzerland. The reporting duties of counterparties as well as the applicable deadline depend on how counterparties are categorised under the FMIA classification rules.
A counterparty's obligation to report depends on its classification. Counterparties are allowed to delegate their reporting duties to the other counterparty or to third parties. Nevertheless, even when delegated to a party already reporting transactions under EMIR, FMIA reporting duties are only fulfilled if reported data corresponds to FMIA requirements (not EMIR) and data is reported to a FINMA approved Trade Repository. FMIA differentiates between four counterparty classes including FC (+/-) and NFC (+/-), see definitions below:
SIX Trade Repository Ltd is compliant with FMIA regulation and is strictly designed according to their regulatory requirements. You can find the listed legal documents which form the foundation of our technical solution and offering on the FMIA website.
The onboarding process is in progress. In order to get started, please complete the onboarding application and send it to our onboarding desk email@example.com. If there are any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Once registered, these are the steps to getting started. When you are set up in our SIX Trade Repository system, you will need to install a browser certificate required by users for authentication purposes.
SIX Trade Repository is built on a leading solution provided by UnaVista. The following technical documents provide detailed information to help support you with operational requirements and workflows.
The reporting field specifications document explains what data must be reported depending to the trade type. The sample upload files further illustrate how several trades are reported correctly according to FMIA regulation.
Besides the reporting of new trades, FMIA regulation specifies requirements regarding the trade workflows as well as position management. The following documents will provide the necessary information.
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