REGIS-TR’s RfI for FinfraG reporting services


REGIS-TR has the pleasure to inform you that on 1 of April 2017, we were officially recognised by FINMA as a foreign trade repository in Switzerland. This allows us to assist market participants in meeting their transaction reporting obligations under the Financial Market Infrastructure Act (FMIA). With the trade repository reporting obligation beginning on 1 October 2017, you might be interested to learn more about REGIS-TR’s services and expertise. For this purpose, we have designed a Request for Information (RfI) document that provides a detailed description of our FinfraG reporting solution.

With over six years of expertise as a trade repository, REGIS-TR has a proven track record of implementing robust regulatory reporting solutions. This strength is combined with an executive management that has extensive derivatives knowledge as well as IT development competency specific to the OTC derivative sector.

In order to make reporting as simple as possible for our customers, REGIS-TR provides a user-friendly and efficient solution for the reporting of derivatives trades as well as diverse services through a single reporting agency. By using REGIS-TR for both EMIR and FinfraG reporting, clients will benefit from operational efficiencies of scale at a reasonable price as well as a high level of data protection under strict EU and Swiss laws.

In addition, our offer includes a fully-featured free test environment and a wide range of reporting profiles for both direct and delegated reporting, with the most flexible suite of connectivity channels for reporting trades.

For any further questions on our FinfraG reporting solution, please contact our Relationship Managers who will be happy to support you to make your reporting obligations as simple as possible.