MAP FinTech integrates with DTCC’s Global Trade Repository for ASIC Reporting in Australia

“We are pleased to be collaborating with MAP FinTech to streamline client’s adoption and use of our GTR service in Australia and to facilitate ASIC trade reporting“ said ASIC’s Oliver Williams

FX industry regulatory technology provider MAP FinTech today announced that ithas expanded its strategic collaboration with The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the premier post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry.

Under this enhanced partnership, MAP FinTech will serve as an aggregator of DTCC Global Trade Repository (GTR) service data in Australia to help clients meet reporting obligationsrequired by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).  DTCC’s GTR is an industry-governed global trade reporting service, serving the operational and regulatory needs of Australias derivatives marketplace and iscurrently licensed as an Australian derivative trade repository (ADTR) by ASIC.

MAP FinTech’s innovative reporting Platform offerings, now integrated with DTCC’s GTR for trade reporting in Australia, offers a fully-automated on-boarding process, allowing the uninterrupted transfer of existing regulatory data in any format. This enables a seamless migration of data from CME/Abide or from any other third-party providers, easily and effortlessly with zero time-gaps.

MAP FinTech offers a comprehensive, cost-efficient and integrated solution with a 100% success rate that is delivered via a single platform along with the rest of the Polaris Platform offerings and the impeccable support services provided by an experienced and dedicated team of professionals.

Mark Ellis, Business Development Manager of MAP FinTech,stated, “We are committed to offering state-of-the-art scalable solutions that simplify the way our globally active financial services clients meet their regulatory requirements without encumbering operational flexibility. By extending our collaboration with DTCC, we ensure that our clients operating in Australia will continue to enjoy a best-in-class and cost-efficient ASIC solution, delivered via a single platform along with the rest of MAP FinTech’s offerings.

Oliver Williams, Executive Director and a Regional Head of DTCC’s GTR Business for Asia, added, “We are pleased to be collaborating with MAP FinTech to streamline client’s adoption and use of our GTR service in Australia and to facilitate ASIC trade reporting. As the licensed Australian derivative trade repository (ADTR) under ASIC, we look forward to continuing to serve this important market and our mutual clients.”

Read this next

Institutional FX

Finalto expands NDFs line-up with Taiwanese dollar

Finalto announced today that it has expanded its non-deliverable forwards (NDFs) offering with the addition of Taiwan’s dollar to its trading platform.

Opinion

It’s time for FX to Harness Crypto’s Potential

Jonathan Cumberlidge, FX Sales Director for BVNK, makes the case for cryptocurrencies in improving the efficiency and flexibility of foreign exchange trading.

Digital Assets

Owner of OptionMint, OptionKing, and OptionQueen gets 30 months in prison

A US federal judge has sentenced Ohio resident Jared Davis, who was found guilty for his participation in a multi-million fraud scheme carried out by Israeli-run binary options websites.

Executive Moves

iS Prime co-founders Raj Sitlani and Jonathan Brewer leave, but “business as usual”

“For our clients and teams at iS Prime, iS Risk and iS Prime Hong Kong, it is business as usual. We will be increasing our investment in our technology and staff, putting our clients first as we drive the business forwards to maintain our market leadership position.”

Digital Assets

Germany-focused DekaBank taps METACO for digital asset custody offering

“Digital assets are a critical part of the future, a radical new way for how assets will be represented, from currencies to real estate.”

Technology

Eventus launches AML solution for TradFi and digital asset space

“Firms operating in traditional financial markets and digital assets alike are facing greater challenges than ever to protect themselves from those presenting a risk to their businesses and reputations, along with their standing with government regulators.”

Industry News

Qomply launches direct-to-FCA trade report solution that bypasses ARM

“Certainly, for back-reporting large volumes of data, QomplyDirect removes extra ARM fees by offering the flexibility of sending reports directly to the FCA via a firm’s own infrastructure.”

Executive Moves

BNP Paribas AM appoints Geoff Dailey as Deputy Head of US Equities

“Geoff has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry and as a key, senior member of the team with a strong investment pedigree and leadership profile, he is the natural successor for Pam.”

Retail FX

BUX joins forces with BlackRock for iShares ETFs offering in 7 European countries

“By joining forces with Blackrock, a renowned expert in financial markets and products, we have created a good solution for clients that are overwhelmed by the choice of products and don’t know how and when to start investing. Together, BUX and BlackRock can make a real impact on how Europeans invest and approach their financial future.”

<