Under EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation) both counterparties who engage in a derivatives trade are required to report the trade to a trade repository (DTCC). However, clients can delegate their reporting to a third party such as BNP Paribas.
The EMIR Reporting App provides a 'Back Reporting' service for Fixed Income transactions, allowing them to track the trade and counterparty data that has been reported to the regulator on their behalf.
Provides a quick overview of the number of trades that have been reported by legal entity or asset class split by product type.
Using the export buttons available user can apply pre-defined filters to export the latest reported trades or the last 7 days reported trades, to a CSV file.
Use the filters to refine a search criteria when reviewing specific products, dates or accounts.
View most relevant trade information within the blotter such as UTI, Asset type, Trade date, Maturity date and Notional.
Access trade data by clicking on a specific transaction. The 145 fields are separated into 2 tabs 'Counterparty Data' & 'Common Data' and can be exported to PDF document to be reviewed offline or saved locally.
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