SFTR increases transparency and surveillance on the Securities Financing Transaction market in order to reduce systemic risk. The regulation includes requirements to obtain consent from a counterparty before re-using its collateral, disclosure and reporting to trade repositories. SFTR came into force in July 2020 with a phased go-live by counterparty type.

The objective of the legislation is to reduce systemic risk in securities lending and get more visibility over collateral re-use whilst making trading activity in financial markets more transparent.

Our comprehensive reporting solution for SFTR enables customers to report either directly, through delegation, or a combination of the two. Participants can use our services to report the details of the conclusion, modification and termination of all in-scope SFTs including repos, securities and commodities (loans and borrows), prime brokerage margin lending transactions and collateral re-use, in addition to reporting the associated collateral.

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