Do you have SFTR reporting obligations?

Find out who is required to report transactions under SFTR and what information needs to be reported here or get in touch with our team.

SFTR Reporting Made Easy


Do you need to report?

Counterparties dealing in securities financing transactions are subject to SFTR reporting requirements. However exemptions apply in certain circumstances.


What do you need to report?

Counterparty data, loan and collateral data, margin data and reuse information are to be reported under SFTR.


How to report and who to?

All required information relating to SFTs must be submitted to an authorised trade repository (TR) under SFTR. You may report directly to a TR or via a third-party reporting delegate.


Ongoing support

Our team is here to answer any queries you have relating to SFTR.

Try our innovative Reportability Assessment Tool

Simply answer a few questions about your business operations and our Assessment Tool will determine your reporting obligations under SFTR. Get the results delivered directly to your inbox right away.

Still not quite sure what is required under SFTR?

Contact us and our friendly team will get back to you as soon as possible. We will help you determine your obligations and provide you with transaction reporting assistance options if required.