FINRA is hosting a CTCI migration conference call on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, 2-3 p.m. Eastern Time, to discuss the upcoming migration. Effective Feb. 3, 2020, FIX will be the only protocol supported for reporting trades to FINRA’s TRACE and ORF platforms. Register for the call to learn: the steps that firms will need to … Continue reading FINRA CTCI migration conference call
Effective October 2, 2017, FINRA is reducing the delay period applicable to Historic TRACE Data for corporate bonds and agency debt, including Rule 144A transactions in such securities, from 18 months to six months. The text of the amendments is available in the online FINRA Manual. Historic TRACE Data provides transaction-level data for all trades reported to … Continue reading Rule Change to Reduce the Delay Period for TRACE
Effective August 28, 2017, FINRA will make several changes to the TRACE New Issue Form, TRACE Order Form and FINRA Participation Agreement. On that date, the name of the TRACE New Issue Form, which firms use to submit securities to FINRA for inclusion in the TRACE or ORF reporting facilities, will change to the FINRA … Continue reading FINRA Transparency Services Forms Updates
The SEC approved amendments to the Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine (TRACE) rules to codify that firms are required to report transactions in TRACE-eligible securities that are subject to dissemination as soon as practicable following the time of execution of the transaction. The amendment will become effective on November 30, 2015.The amended rule text is available in the online FINRA Manual.
Amendments to the TRACE reporting rules were approved by the SEC to the to permit FINRA to implement a new contra-party type for use by firms in identifying transactions with non-member affiliates. The amendment also requires firms to separately identify transactions with non-member affiliates that occur within the same day, at the same price and … Continue reading Amendments to Trace Reports Require Firms to Identify Transactions with Non-Member Affiliates in TRACE Trade Reports – Effective Date
FINRA is hosting a WebEx presentation discussing new and updated fixed income Report Cards.
FINRA is soliciting comment on a proposal to create a new Academic TRACE Data product that would be available to institutions of higher education. FINRA and the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) have been engaged in ongoing dialogue to support a coordinated approach to potential rulemaking in this area. The comment period expires September 14, … Continue reading Comment Period Ends: Academic TRACE Data product
The comment period ends on August 24, 2015 for a FINRA proposal to reduce the delay period for the Historic TRACE Data Sets from 18 months to six months. For more information, see Regulatory Notice 15-24.
The SEC approved amendments to the Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine (TRACE) rules and dissemination protocols to provide for dissemination of transactions in an additional group of asset-backed securities and to reduce the time frame for reporting such transactions, other than Fixed or List Price and Takedown Transactions. Transactions in asset-backed securities effected pursuant to … Continue reading Effective Date for Amendments to TRACE rules