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ICMA Bond Market Post-Trade Transparency Directory
ICMA has compiled an overview of current post-trade transparency reporting obligations across multiple jurisdictions from Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. Post-trade transparency generally refers to the public dissemination of executed trade details. As the trade has already been executed, a large array of data points is generally required. Such data could include product identifier (such as ISIN or CUSIP) final price, volume, yield, value, execution time, direction, counterparty and unique transaction ID.

The purpose of the mapping is to provide a consolidated view to compare both regulatory rules and best practice guidance on bond post-trade transparency regimes, as well as details on reporting fields and exceptions. This is a non-exhaustive overview and is intended to be a living document with periodic reviews.

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(last update: 31 March 2020)

See also: Bond market post-trade transparency regimes by Rowan Varrall, ICMA. From the ICMA Quarterly Report Second Quarter 2020.


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This overview is based on publicly available sources. This directory is provided by ICMA for information purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal, financial or other professional advice. While the information contained herein is taken from sources believed to be reliable, ICMA does not represent or warrant that it is accurate or complete and neither ICMA nor its employees shall have any liability arising from or relating to the use of this publication or its contents.




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