12.14.2017

Euronext Approved For MiFID II Reporting

Euronext today announced its approval by the French regulator, Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), to provide Approved Publication Arrangement (APA) and Approved Reporting Mechanism (ARM) services to Investment Firms in Europe, from the introduction of MiFID II[1] on 3rd January 2018.

In July 2017, Euronext announced the enhancement of its Trade Publication and Transactions Reporting Services to meet the new obligations specified under MiFID II. The services will cover an expanded range of cash, commodity and derivatives markets under the scope of MiFID II, including non-Euronext products.

Euronext’s ARM service will connect to a range of European National Competent Authorities, including AMF, AFM, FCA, FSMA, CMVM and more.

Lee Hodgkinson, Head of Markets & Global Sales, said: “Regulatory reporting is an important part of MiFID II, providing security and transparency to European markets. This service, designed together with clients, will provide firms with a flexible solution to meet their obligations. We look forward to working with our clients on expanding our services going forwards.”

Background:
For more information about Euronext APA/ARM Services please visit the Euronext website: www.euronext.com/apa-arm

Source: Euronext

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