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LCH RepoClear Selects UnaVista as Trade Repository for SFTR Reporting

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LCH RepoClear has selected UnaVista as its trade repository for reporting under Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR). LCH Group’s collateral and liquidity management function will also use UnaVista for SFTR reporting. The regulation is scheduled to go live in April 2020 and will require firms to report details of their Securities Financing Transactions (SFTs) to an approved trade repository. The regulation is designed to increase transparency, allowing regulatory authorities to assess the risks associated with these transactions. UnaVista will offer assisted reporting to LCH RepoClear members.

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