SFTR: Comprehensive Online Training

SFTR: Comprehensive Online Training

The industry has to be trained on Securities Financing Transactions Regulation

Why SFTR training with Finance Unlocked?

Why SFTR training with Finance Unlocked?

SFTR is a major regulatory reporting requirement for anyone transacting repo and other securities financing transactions in the EU, no matter how limited their activity. Reporting requirements cover all aspects of these transactions, including life-cycle events and re-use of collateral, and are therefore complex. The Finance Unlocked content offering is a comprehensive review of SFTR across 12 on-demand video modules

1. Introduction to SFTR

1. Introduction to SFTR

Introduction to EU Securities Financing Transactions Regulation or SFTR and a look at the technical detail of SFTR, SFTR itself and SFTs.

2. Who has to report under SFTR?

Any entity subject to EU jurisdiction has to report SFTs under SFTR, and this focuses on the few exceptions to who has to report.

3. To whom are reports sent?

This covers trade repositories and the functions it performs. They are central to the implementation of SFTR.

4. Repo Reporting

When are reports due, what is reported and what types of repo reports exist? Also, SFTR counterparty data, party types, and the intermediaries and the infrastructure.
5. Loan Data – Reporting Level

5. Loan Data – Reporting Level

The level of reporting, individual loans verses net positions, legal data and what goes into the initial report of a repo.

6. Loan Data – Life-cycle events

The types of life-cycle report in terms of action types, the event date field, transaction size, repo rates, and the price of buy/sell-backs.

7. Collateral Data – General data

Beginning with general data, the level of collateral reporting, as well as collateral updates reports, and how collateral is used with repo.

8. Collateral Data – Further data

The different types of collateral, the General Collateral Indicator, and referential data about securities collateral and transactional data.
9. CCP-cleared Repos

9. CCP-cleared Repos

The difference between clearing by open offer versus novation and the different types of repo and data fields special to CCP-cleared repos.

10. Margin Update Reporting

Reporting of CCP margins, what is covered by the reporting, how to report CCP margins and the data fields specific to margins.

11. Re-use Reporting

The process of reporting the re-use of collateral, who has to report re-use, how re-use is defined, and the data fields special to re-use reporting.

12. Reporting Special Cases

Unusual types of repo; some special life-cycle events; settlement events; and some other specific reporting issues.