• FIXML Update Expanded Use of FIXML Regulatory Trade ID Block Coming February 10, 2014

      • To
      • Clearing Member Firms; Back Office Managers; Service Providers
      • From
      • CME Clearing
      • #
      • 14-023
      • Notice Date
      • 15 January 2014
      • Effective Date
      • 10 February 2014
    • The Allocation Report (AllocRpt) example on Page 3 of this Advisory has been amended. Specifically, the new RegTrdID block has been moved within the Alloc block, to a position before the Parties (Pty) blocks. Text for the original Advisory (14-006), published January 7, 2014, follows.
      For trades dated February 10, 2014 and going forward, all CME US Clearing real-time trade confirmation and allocation messages will carry a Regulatory Trade ID block containing a Unique Trade Identifier (UTI), supplying European Union (EU) clients with a key data element under EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation) regulatory reporting. This is the same block and attribute currently used for the Unique Swap Identifier (USI), which is on some CME Clearing FIXML confirmation messages and used in connection with Dodd-Frank regulatory reporting.

      To assist in complying with EMIR reporting, CME is offering a delegated reporting-on-behalf-of (ROBO) service to all EU customers of CME Clearing US and CME US exchanges. For more information on the CME ROBO service, please contact us at 312-338-7112 or onboarding@cmegroup.com