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Unless exempted, an entity must report under the MAS derivative reporting regime if it is a ‘specified person’ as per Section 124 of the Securities and Futures Act, which mostly comprises Singaporean banks and also includes ‘significant derivatives holders’ defined in the regulation as having an aggregate gross notional amount of specified derivatives contracts which are booked in or Singaporean Trade Reporting Requirements The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) requires parties to a Specified Derivatives Contract (SDC) to report to a licensed trade repository or licensed foreign trade repository. MAS Reporting is the term given to the requirement by the Monetary Authority of Singapore for certain firms to report details of their derivatives transactions to a trade repository. This requirement was enacted in the “Securities and Futures Act (Reporting of Derivatives Contracts) Regulation”, 2013.

6 Sep 2018 Trade reporting rules for banks in Singapore are set to rise. For commodity derivatives contracts, MAS will require financial institutions to  Trade and transaction regulatory reporting (including EMIR, MiFIR, ASIC and MAS) services for financial products (including OTC FX and Derivatives). TRAction  for a number of global trade and transaction reporting regimes, including SFTR , reporting obligations under other regulatory regimes such as HKMA, MAS,  30 May 2018 MAS to introduce SGX short selling reporting requirements securities market and enable investors to make more informed trading decisions.

MAS guidance provides a list of potential red flags associated with trade finance, which could be leveraged for an effective risk evaluation, such as transactions involving the use of repeatedly amended or frequently extended letters of credit without legitimate commercial reasons or series of cross border transactions in the same goods between related companies and FATF designates some jurisdictions as ‘higher risk’ due to financial crime activities or export/import restrictions.

If you are in scope for the upcoming reporting obligations for OTC derivatives transactions, you can submit your applicable derivatives contracts either directly to DDRS or by delegated submission through a counterparty that uses DDRS’ trade reporting services. In either case, you must first onboard to DDRS. MAS Reporting is the term given to the requirement by the Monetary Authority of Singapore for certain firms to report details of their derivatives transactions to a trade repository. This requirement was enacted in the “Securities and Futures Act (Reporting of Derivatives Contracts) Regulation”, 2013. BLOOMBERG REPORTING SOLUTION Bloomberg’s STP solutions allow you to comply with reporting requirements around the globe and connect with key exchanges, clearing houses and trade repositories across all asset classes. Key benefits specific to Bloomberg’s MAS trade reporting solution are: Under the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) regulations all over-the-counter (OTC) trades must be reported to a trade repository. The reporting obligation for 2014 covers Interest Rate Derivatives and Credit Derivatives. DTCC provides a number of simple reporting options for firms to fulfill their compliance requirements under MAS.

Q. The Functional Change Document refers to Trade Desk as follows: “MAS also requires the reporting of the Booking and Trader Desk Location data fields by 

23 Feb 2018 MAS is seeking industry feedback on proposed rule changes to OTC aimed to curb market abuse on OTC markets through trade reporting,  Unless exempted, an entity must report under the MAS derivative reporting regime if it is a ‘specified person’ as per Section 124 of the Securities and Futures Act, which mostly comprises Singaporean banks and also includes ‘significant derivatives holders’ defined in the regulation as having an aggregate gross notional amount of specified derivatives contracts which are booked in or Singaporean Trade Reporting Requirements The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) requires parties to a Specified Derivatives Contract (SDC) to report to a licensed trade repository or licensed foreign trade repository. MAS Reporting is the term given to the requirement by the Monetary Authority of Singapore for certain firms to report details of their derivatives transactions to a trade repository. This requirement was enacted in the “Securities and Futures Act (Reporting of Derivatives Contracts) Regulation”, 2013. Under the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) regulations all over-the-counter (OTC) trades must be reported to a trade repository. The reporting obligation for 2014 covers Interest Rate Derivatives and Credit Derivatives. DTCC provides a number of simple reporting options for firms to fulfill their compliance requirements under MAS. Firms must report OTC derivatives transactions in commodities and equities to a licensed trade repository; DTCC welcomes the MAS' move to improve transparency and reduce risk.MAS (the Monetary Aut MAS Goes Live with Reporting Requirement for OTC Commodity, Equity Trades

MAS guidance provides a list of potential red flags associated with trade finance, which could be leveraged for an effective risk evaluation, such as transactions involving the use of repeatedly amended or frequently extended letters of credit without legitimate commercial reasons or series of cross border transactions in the same goods between related companies and FATF designates some jurisdictions as ‘higher risk’ due to financial crime activities or export/import restrictions.

11 Jul 2019 Next Phase October 2019. After focusing on holders or Bank and Merchant Bank licenses, MAS derivative transaction reporting expands to  Singaporean Trade Reporting Requirements. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) requires parties to a Specified Derivatives Contract (SDC) to report to  UnaVista has partnered with the DTCC GTR, who maintain an MAS-licensed trade repository, to submit transaction reports in the requisite format. The UnaVista 

17 May 2018 MAS issued revised reporting standards for banks in Singapore, whether transactional data provided to the OTC trade repository can be used 

If you are in scope for the upcoming reporting obligations for OTC derivatives transactions, you can submit your applicable derivatives contracts either directly to DDRS or by delegated submission through a counterparty that uses DDRS’ trade reporting services. In either case, you must first onboard to DDRS. MAS Reporting is the term given to the requirement by the Monetary Authority of Singapore for certain firms to report details of their derivatives transactions to a trade repository. This requirement was enacted in the “Securities and Futures Act (Reporting of Derivatives Contracts) Regulation”, 2013. BLOOMBERG REPORTING SOLUTION Bloomberg’s STP solutions allow you to comply with reporting requirements around the globe and connect with key exchanges, clearing houses and trade repositories across all asset classes. Key benefits specific to Bloomberg’s MAS trade reporting solution are: Under the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) regulations all over-the-counter (OTC) trades must be reported to a trade repository. The reporting obligation for 2014 covers Interest Rate Derivatives and Credit Derivatives. DTCC provides a number of simple reporting options for firms to fulfill their compliance requirements under MAS. Firms must report OTC derivatives transactions in commodities and equities to a licensed trade repository; DTCC welcomes the MAS' move to improve transparency and reduce risk.MAS (the Monetary Aut MAS Goes Live with Reporting Requirement for OTC Commodity, Equity Trades MAS guidance provides a list of potential red flags associated with trade finance, which could be leveraged for an effective risk evaluation, such as transactions involving the use of repeatedly amended or frequently extended letters of credit without legitimate commercial reasons or series of cross border transactions in the same goods between related companies and FATF designates some jurisdictions as ‘higher risk’ due to financial crime activities or export/import restrictions. trade reporting, as it does not allow for disclosure of a customer’s order except under specific conditions. MAS wishes to clarify that “customer’s order” is not intended to include information on completed OTC derivatives transactions, and is looking into making the necessary amendments to facilitate trade reporting.

6 Sep 2018 Trade reporting rules for banks in Singapore are set to rise. For commodity derivatives contracts, MAS will require financial institutions to  Trade and transaction regulatory reporting (including EMIR, MiFIR, ASIC and MAS) services for financial products (including OTC FX and Derivatives). TRAction  for a number of global trade and transaction reporting regimes, including SFTR , reporting obligations under other regulatory regimes such as HKMA, MAS,  30 May 2018 MAS to introduce SGX short selling reporting requirements securities market and enable investors to make more informed trading decisions.