SFTR - Part I

SFTR is a major regulatory reporting requirement for anyone transacting repo and other securities financing transactions in the EU, no matter how limited their activity. In order to meet the regulator’s demand for complete, accurate and timely data, firms are devoting considerable resources to the speedy remediation of rejected or unreconciled reports. This is the first of two pathways, and seeks to provide a systematic and detailed insight into reporting repos under SFTR. This video series was produced in time for the implementation of phase 1 of the SFTR, on 13 July, whilst under restricted lockdown conditions. The videos will be updated to reflect our highest standards, as soon as conditions permit. These videos were shot on the 10th of June 2020, and reflect the status of regulation as at that date. These videos will periodically be updated to reflect pertinent changes in regulation.

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7 videos • 2 hours 12 minutes

  • SFTR (1/12): Introduction

    This is the first video of the course on EU Securities Financing Transactions Regulation or SFTR. In this video, Richard will look at the technical detail of SFTR, SFTR itself and SFTs.

    Richard Comotto24:07

  • SFTR (2/12): Who has to Report under SFTR?

    As the general rule is that any entity subject to EU jurisdiction has to report SFTs under SFTR, Richard focuses on the few exceptions and works through a decision tree to express how to determine who has to report when there are any doubts.

    Richard Comotto13:57

  • SFTR (3/12): To Whom are Reports Sent?

    It can be seen that trade repositories are central to the implementation of SFTR. Here, Richard talks all about the entity to whom you have to send your reports, the trade repositories and the functions it performs.

    Richard Comotto15:29

  • SFTR (4a/12): Repo Reporting

    In this video on repo reporting, Richard answers three key questions: when are reports due, what is reported and what types of repo reports exist?

    Richard Comotto20:17

  • SFTR (4b/12): Repo Reporting

    In this second part of the video on repo reporting, Richard focuses on SFTR counterparty data. He expands on the party types, the intermediaries and the infrastructure.

    Richard Comotto20:40

  • SFTR (5/12): Loan Data - Part I

    In this video, Richard will look at loan data. He will describe the level of reporting, whether you report individual loans or net positions, legal data and what goes into the initial report of a repo.

    Richard Comotto19:33

  • SFTR (6/12): Loan Data - Part II

    In this video, Richard looks at the reporting of loan data for life-cycle events and basic deal parameters. He specifically covers the types of life-cycle report in terms of Action Types, the Event Date field in reports and other reported dates. He also covers the reporting of transaction size, repo rates, both fixed and floating, and the price of buy/sell-backs.

    Richard Comotto17:57