CME European Trade Repository

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The CME European Trade Repository (CME ETR) is an ESMA-registered European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) Trade Repository. In a world where our customers increasingly operate across complex regulatory regimes, CME ETR provides exceptional client service and support to assist clients with their regulatory requirements.

CME ETR can cater for all of your EMIR reporting requirements in Over The Counter (OTC) and Exchange Traded Derivatives (ETD, Futures & Options) in all mandated asset classes (Commodities, Credit, Equity, Foreign Exchange (FX) and Interest Rates).

CME Group Delegated Reporting Solution

CME INC and CME CE, as applicable, will automatically report trades on your behalf by leveraging existing data collected in the clearing process. This includes reporting of positions, valuations and collateral data. Learn More.

REMIT Reporting

Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT) is an EU regulation, specific to wholesale energy products, that introduces a market monitoring framework to detect and prevent market abuse. The regulation ensures market integrity and transparency for the benefit of European energy consumers. Learn More.

Translation Tool

This new service translates your current submission files into CME ETR specifications. Switch to CME ETR with minimal operational hurdles. Simply send us your file in its current format, and we will undertake the translation for you at no additional cost. Learn More.

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Guides & Instructions

A variety of resources are available to guide you through the reporting process.

Legal Agreements, Forms and Technical Documentation

Webinar – EMIR reporting

Our recent webinar on EMIR reporting obligation covered:

  • Testing your systems
  • Our fee structure
  • Technical specification
  • Upload methods
  • Delegated reporting

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