REGIS-TR authorised for SFTR


European trade repository REGIS-TR has received authorisation from ESMA for the upcoming Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR). REGIS-TR looks forward to providing a fully flexible reporting service solution as one of Europe’s largest trade repositories.

SFTR introduces a policy framework addressing securities lending, repo and increased transparency in these markets, requiring counterparties to report their securities financing transaction details to a registered trade repository. REGIS-TR aims to provide an efficient and user-friendly expert solution for all SFTR requirements through a flexible account structure that will seamlessly integrate all reporting options.

Upon the news that REGIS-TR has been authorised for SFTR, Thomas Steimann, CEO of REGIS-TR, said: “We are delighted to be expanding our product offering to SFTR services, combining our wealth of knowledge in securities financing and expertise in regulatory reporting. Alleviating the reporting burden for market participants, we are the natural choice of trade repository for SFTR.”


REGIS-TR is a leading European trade repository offering reporting services covering all the major European trade repository obligations. In accordance with legislation promoting market transparency, the detail of the trades reported is aggregated to present a composite view of current positions for the benefit of regulatory authorities and market participants. REGIS-TR is open to financial and non-financial companies and institutions.

REGIS-TR is a joint venture of Clearstream (Deutsche Börse Group) and Iberclear (BME Group).