Regulatory Reporting

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A number of the regulations and directives regulating the financial market contains requirements on different types of reporting and record keeping. Nasdaq Commodities offers solutions needed for complete regulatory reporting compliance.

Transaction reporting

Transaction reporting is a regulatory requirement in MiFIR which is designed to increase the post-trade transparency on the financial markets. Nasdaq collects transaction information from non-investment firms using in order to report transactions on your behalf.

Transaction reporting

Position reporting

All exchange and clearing members with positions in commodity derivatives need to submit a daily report (T+1) of all positions and the end beneficiary of those. Nasdaq offers two alternative models for position reporting.

Position reporting

Remit reporting

One of the key directives under REMIT is the obligation for market participants to report wholesale energy market contracts, including orders to trade to ACER. Nasdaq offers a complete REMIT Trade Reporting Service for our members.

Remit reporting

Order record keeping

MiFID II requires all trading venues to keep a database of all their order records for a minimum of 5 years. As a member you need to supply additional data at order entry. This is described in the Order Record Keeping Guide.

Order record keeping

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