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FinFrag is a transaction reporting obligation put into effect by the Swiss Financial Market Infrastructure Act. The regulation requires Swiss counterparties to provide daily reports of their derivative trades.
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What is FinfraG reporting?
Switzerland put into effect the Swiss Financial Market Infrastructure Act (also known as FinfraG) in 2016. FinfraG introduced a number of initiatives to better align financial regulation in Switzerland to that in the EU. Included within the regulation are daily reporting requirements that are similar in nature to that of EMIR and MIFID II in the EU. Also similar to EMIR, Finfrag put in place clearing requirements for over the counter (OTC) trades of certain types of counterparties. The regulation covers trading for both derivatives and non-derivative transactions.
Is Finfrag single or double-sided reporting?
In contrast to EMIR, FinfraG is a single-sided reporting framework. Thereby, the regulation sets forth a hierarchy of which counterparty or entity is responsible for submitting the transaction report for the trade. The reporting responsibilities are listed below.
Who needs to report under Finfrag?
FinfraG reporting requirements are limited to both financial and non-finacial firms with a registered office in Switzerland. As mentioned above, FinfraG is a single-sided report regulation with the entity responsible for the report as follows:
- Cleared trades – The Central Clearing Counterparty (CCP) is designation as the reporting party
- Uncleared trades between two financial counterparties (FC) or two non-financial counterparties (NFC)
- When only one firm has a registered office in Switzerland, they are the reporting party
- If one firm has the status of a Large Counterparty and the other a Small Counterpart, the Large FC or Large NFC is responsible
- When the status of counterparties is equal, the seller reports the trade
- Uncleared trade between a FC and NFC – The FC is responsible for the report
What data needs to be reported under FinfraG?
Fields required to be reported per trade include information on counterparties, instrument, price and notional amount details of the transaction, daily valuations and margin figures.
Where are reports submitted to?
FingraG reports are to be submitted to an approved trade repository (TR). Currently, TRs that support FinfraG are REGIS-TR, DTCC and SIX.