Regulator said industry failed to take "steps toward standardising its reporting"
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission
(CFTC) launched on Tuesday a consultation on the
standardisation of data fields under its swap reporting rules,
marking the US regulator’s latest effort to
improve the quality of reported data.
The CFTC is seeking input on 120 data
fields covering reporting topics including counterparty-related
elements, price, clearing, product, periodic reporting, orders,
package transactions, options, additional fixed payments,
notional amount, events, rates and foreign exchange.
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