As regulations, particularly in the EU, evolve to account for the ever-changing digital landscape, it it more important than ever to ensure your organization’s transaction reporting is compliant. Half the battle with compliance is ensuring your organization processes and stores data in a way that’s easy to track, and match to the relevant individual, account, or transaction.
In this whitepaper, we explore how chain-of-sale reporting differs under MiFID II compared to its predecessor. The FCA made these updates in an effort to make transactions more transparent. Highlights of the directive include:
- New field types, such as flags, to help regulators properly parse transactions
- Number of fields companies are required to report upon has increased to 65
- Buyers and sellers are beholden to similar, but distinct, reporting standards
- Entities must now report against 10 categories of data when audited