SFTR Transaction Reporting Core Training

Our half-day SFTR Reporting Core Training course provides a detailed overview of the reporting requirements and an in-depth study of how to comply with the regulation. We will thoroughly review the scope, nature of reportable activities and how to complete reports.

Meet the Trainer

In this video, Jonathan talks about the controls required for accurate SFTR Reporting

Jonathan Lee

Senior Regulatory Reporting Specialist

Jonathan is our lead subject matter expert for SFTR Reporting. With 20 years of front to back investment banking experience, most recently at JP Morgan, his focus over the past five years has been on the emergence of new regulations covering securities financing, money market reporting and collateral reuse. He has been closely engaged with the FSB, ESMA, ECB and Bank of England and has been at the forefront of educational and advocacy efforts for SFTR.

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“SFTR Reporting is broad, complex and tough to navigate. Training will give your SFTR programme a vital headstart in ensuring regulatory compliance.”

Jonathan Lee – Kaizen Reporting

Costs

  • £225 plus VAT (Standard virtual training rate)

NB - Clients will be invoiced the fees. Non-clients can pay by credit card when registering.

Course Overview

This half-day course will provide a detailed overview of the reporting requirements and an in-depth study of how to comply with the regulation. We will thoroughly review the scope, nature of reportable activities and how to complete reports.

Appropriate controls, standards and industry wide engagements will also be discussed.

Who is it for? 

Anyone involved in SFTR implementation from both sell-side and buy-side investment firms, corporate treasuries engaged in SFT business, CCPS, CSDs, triparty agents, agent lenders with own account SFT business or delegated reporting to deliver.

Benefits: 

Attendees will gain a detailed understanding of the SFTR reporting requirements to ensure a high level of regulatory compliance.

Topics covered

  • Regulatory drivers behind the transaction reporting requirements
  • Reporting Scope
  • The ‘basics’ (Report types, action types, position level reporting)
  • Report timing
  • Building a report
  • Re-use, Margins, Backloading
  • Trade Repository Reconciliations
  • Systems and Controls.