SEC 10c-1 Reporting Solution
On October 13, 2023, the SEC voted to adopt a new rule to increase the transparency of securities lending transactions in the U.S. There are several key requirements outlined in the final rule:
- Only 1 side of the trade has to submit a report
- Submissions need be made at the end of the day
- Submissions to FINRA
- FINRA will publish data to the general public
- Reportable products those currently reported under CAT, TRACE & MSRB RTRS
- 12 data fields required to be reported
- Lenders, Lending Agents or Brokers will need to report
- 3rd party can be used to assist firms
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What is SEC 10c-1 reporting?
What is the purpose of SEC 10c-1?
As part of the G20 mandate to increase transparency in capital markets the main financial jurisdictions around the world have instituted rules to require the disclosure/reporting of various types of financial instruments including SFT, and securities, fixed income and derivatives.
SFTR in Europe/United Kingdom was the first regulation to require reporting of SFT transactions to a trade repository and has been live since 2019.
The SEC is instituting its own SFT requirements under this final rule, which aims to increase the transparency of the SFT market in the U.S.
What are the differences between SEC 10c-1 and SFTR?
- A single sided reporting regime, instead of the dual-reporting requirement under SFTR
- EOD/T+0 submissions, instead of a T+1 requirement
- Submissions to FINRA, instead of a trade repository
- Products currently reported under CAT, TRACE & RTRS (listed stocks, OTC equity securities, listed options, OTC fixed income securities & municipal securities)
- A limited number of data fields (12) will be reported for 10c-1, compared with 155 data fields under SFTR
- ISO 20022 XML standards exist for SFTR, but the data standards are currently unknown for 10c-1
Key timelines for implementation
- Final Rules will be published in the Federal Register within 60 days of October 13th, 2023
- FINRA will have 4 months after the publication in the Federal register to publish their requirements
- Firms will have 12 months after FINRA publishes their rules for a go live (compliance date)
- Likely go live of Q2 2025
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