Learn how to transfer from other trade repositories to GTR with ease
DTCC, through regionally licensed/registered trade repositories enable market participants to comply with trade reporting regulations in Australia, Singapore and Japan. In Hong Kong, DTCC via its legal entity, DTCC Derivatives Repository Ltd (DDRL) operates as an agent for market participants reporting to the Hong Kong Trade Repository (HKTR) under the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) regulations.
GTR Asia - ASIC
DTCC leads the industry in serving the operational and regulatory needs of Australia’s derivatives marketplace by securing the first Australian derivative trade repository (ADTR) license granted by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). DTCC provides trade reporting services in Australia via its legal entity DTCC Data Repository (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. (DDRS).
Firms subject to ASIC derivatives reporting rules may submit their applicable derivatives contracts directly to DDRS or by delegated submission through a counterparty that uses DDRS trade reporting services. In either case, firms must first onboard to DDRS. For delegated reporting, all parties to the delegation must complete the requisite documentation and be onboarded with DDRS.
Read ASIC final rules.
GTR Asia - HKMA
Banks required to report their derivatives transactions to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) do so through the country’s trade repository, the Hong Kong Trade Repository (HKTR). In this jurisdiction, DTCC acts as a reporting agent for these firms: firms submit their transactions data to DTCC Derivatives Repository Plc (DDRL), which in turn submits the reports to HKTR.
DDRL is headquartered in London and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
GTR Asia - MAS
In Singapore, DTCC provides trade reporting services via DTCC Data Repository (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. (DDRS), the only trade repository currently approved by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
The next stage of MAS’ phased Reporting Regulations for OTC derivatives contracts traded ans/or booked in Singapore takes effect on 1 October 2021. The rules, set forth in the Securities and Futures Act (SFA), cover the types of entities and significant derivatives holders in scope for trade reporting.
Firms subject to MAS reporting obligations may submit their contract data directly to DDRS or by delegated submission through a counterparty that uses DDRS trade reporting services. In either case, firms must first onboard to DDRS. For delegated reporting, all parties to the delegation must complete the requisite documentation and be onboarded with DDRS.
For more information on the MAS Reporting effective 1 October 2021, please email email@example.com or read more.
GTR Asia - JFSA
GTR delivers derivatives trade reporting services in Japan through DTCC Data Repository (Japan) K.K. (DDRJ), the first trade repository to be licensed and operational in the Japanese market. Japan’s Financial Services Agency (JFSA) mandates the reporting of OTC derivatives transactions directly to the Agency or to a third-party trade repository such as DDRJ.
GTR Asia - 日本