London, 2nd November 2015 Abide Financial, a market leading global transaction reporting specialist, has applied to become a Trade Repository under EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation). Subject to approval by ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority), Abide Financial is expected to be among the largest three Trade Repositories by processed volumes of EMIR reportable transactions.
The application to become a Trade Repository is largely driven by client demand for an end-to-end EMIR reporting solution, where Abide Financial will provide absolute transparency of the reporting process. Transparency is becoming an ever increasingly important element of the service driven by regulators interrogation of EMIR reporting accuracy and completeness.
Founded in 2011, Abide Financial is already at the forefront of transaction reporting innovation. The firm is becoming one of the few true end-to-end reporting solution providers in the market serving institutional clients subject to multiple and changing transaction reporting regimes. In addition to applying for Trade Repository status for EMIR reporting, the firm is also an Approved Reporting Mechanism (ARM) for MiFID and a Registered Reporting Mechanism (RRM) for REMIT. It is in the process of launching its accelerated client on-boarding programme for MiFID II/MiFIR compliance from the January 2017 implementation date.
The firm has achieved organic revenue growth of over 90 per cent year-on-year since commencing trading and is positioned for a strong start to 2016.
John Abel, Founding Director of Abide Financial and the Chief Executive Officer of the Trade Repository, said: Abide Financials quest to become a Trade Repository is the logical final step in building our all-encompassing multi-regime transaction reporting infrastructure. Under our direct control, the Trade Repository will enable us to deliver a high quality, seamless single-point reporting solution for a global client base. We also have a very strong team of people with extensive expertise in managing trade repository operations in the past, who are charged with delivering market-leading Trade Repository service development.
Anthony Arnold, Regulatory and Operational Compliance Director, and Jo Hide, Operations Director, are managing the application process and will oversee Abide Financials Trade Repository. Jo joined Abide from CME Groups EMIR Trade Repository and worked previously at the London Stock Exchanges UnaVista Trade Repository. Anthony also joined Abide from CME Group where he was formerly Head of Product and Operations of the EMIR Trade Repository, and previously a Senior Director for CMEs Clearing Solutions and Services.
Abide Financial is a reporting partner to a range of institutional entities including BNP Paribas, ICAP, CMC Markets, Instinet Nomura, Saxo Bank to name just a few.
About Abide Financial
The market leader in global regulatory reporting solutions, Abide Financial manages transaction reporting for financial and non-financial counterparties in UK, Europe and beyond to help market participants meet MiFID, MiFID 2, EMIR, REMIT and international reporting obligations. Since 2011, the firm has delivered proven technology and consultancy solutions to banks, brokerage houses, asset managers, retail trading execution platforms and hedge funds.
Abide Financial acts as a regulatory reporting service provider for clients with transaction reporting needs across all European regulatory regimes, as well as international regimes such as ASIC (Australia), MAS (Singapore), Canada and Dodd Frank (US).
Abide Financial Repository Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Abide Financial Limited. Abide Financial Repository Limited has been formed and will be operated, once approved by ESMA, solely for the provision of Trade Repository Services for the purposes of enabling reporting of the conclusion, modification or termination of a derivative contracts in line with EU regulation 648/2012.
For more information on Abide Financial please visit www.abide-financial.com
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