Third phase of trade reporting rules are to come into force on April 13
The Depository Trust
and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the global trade repository,
has called on financial institutions operating in Australia to
act ahead of the third phase of that country's derivatives
The third phase of
Australia’s derivatives reporting rules are to
come into force from April 13, at which point financial firms
with notional outstanding in reportable trades between A$5bn
and A$50bn known as 3A entities.
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