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DTCC Trade Reporting Analytics Aims to Help Firms Facing Rule Rewrites

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DTCC has launched Trade Reporting Analytics and UTI Exchange as part of its DTCC Report Hub pre- and post-trade reporting platform.

The new capabilities are aimed at helping firms as they prepare for a series of rewrites to various trade reporting regulations globally. Report Hub is a cloud-based reporting facility that helps firms meet derivatives and securities financing transactions mandates across 14 global regimes.

The new Trade Reporting Analytics service offers reporting parties access to a library of 100 data insights on their own reporting behaviour. This allows them to identify potential errors, highlight trends, and benchmark performance against anonymized peers.

The Trade Reporting Analytics capabilities have been validated by a pilot user group including key blue-chip firms like JP Morgan, Nomura and Wells Fargo. According to Bill Hughes, Head of Operations, Americas, Nomura Americas Services, DTCC Report Hub’s Trade Reporting Analytics tool “enables us to evaluate our trade and transaction data for accuracy, completeness, and timeliness across reporting regimes while tracking our performance against an anonymized peer group, a uniquely valuable benefit.”

DTCC Report Hub’s new UTI Exchange, meanwhile, supports the exchange of UTIs by counterparties as required by most major derivatives regulatory reporting regimes under existing rules and upcoming rules rewrites. Through a no-touch workflow, UTIs can also be automatically enriched onto a trade and submitted using DTCC Report Hub’s Pre Reporting service.

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