CME European Trade Repository (CME ETR) is an ESMA approved European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) Trade Repository.
CME ETR is approved as a TR for Over The Counter (OTC) and Exchange Traded Derivatives (ETD, Futures & Options), commodities, credit, equity, Foreign Exchange (FX) and Interest Rates.
EMIR reporting obligations started on the 12th of February 2014 and we have provided an overview of the reporting obligation timeline.
|Contracts entered into on or after the Reporting Commencement Date (12th February 2014):||Report immediately by COB T+1|
|Contracts entered into on or after the 16th August 2012 (EMIR start date) and are outstanding on or after the Reporting Commencement Date (12th February 2014):||Report immediately by COB T+1|
|Contracts entered into before the 16th August 2012 (EMIR start date) and are outstanding on or after the Reporting Commencement Date (12th February 2014):||Report within 90 days after Reporting Commencement Date|
|Contracts which were entered into before, on, or after the 16th August 2012 (EMIR start date) and are not outstanding on or after the Reporting Commencement Date (12th February 2014):||Report within 3 years after Reporting commencement date|
|Fee Waivers||CME ETR solution has a fee waiver for backloaded transactions|
|CME ETR CSV Specification Population Field Name - Backload||Indicates that this record is a back-loaded trade/position ‘Y’ in the ‘Backload’ field|
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 offers real-time reporting, clients can have the satisfaction that they have met their reporting obligation in a timely, accurate and efficient manner. Submissions are immediately viewable and available for download via our web based user interface.
CME ETR onboarding and client services teams approach is one of support, simplification and satisfaction. Our experts provide educational support to clients, our IT team have simplified the CSV technical specification files by splitting out the asset classes. We have found that some of our clients do not trade all the reportable asset classes and therefore would like to work off specifications for only their applicable requirements. We have assisted clients by satisfying their EMIR reporting obligation and our onboarding and client service teams have surpassed clients expectations.
CME ETR fee structure follows our standard approach of being supportive to our client’s needs, simplification and satisfaction. CME ETR is competitively priced and is based on UTI submission volumes with no additional or hidden costs.
CME European Trade Repository is a business name of CME Trade Repository Limited, a registered trade repository under EMIR supervised by the European Securities and Markets Authority.
We hosted a webinar to discuss what you need to do and by when to fulfill your EMIR reporting obligation. Areas covered include: