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What is Transaction Reporting?

Transaction reporting is the requirement for firms to report details of financial transactions to regulatory authorities. The purpose of transaction reporting is to;

  • Promote transparency
  • Monitor market activity
  • Prevent financial crime
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements

Transaction Reporting is an obligation under MIFID II, and requires reports to be generated containing complete and accurate information on the types of instruments traded, when and how the instruments are traded, and by whom.

The PIMFA Transaction Reporting Working Group supports members by providing guidance, best practices and regulatory interpretation to address challenges in reporting accuracy, data quality and controls.

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