validate, align & ensure data accuracy
Global regulators are adopting reporting requirements for all OTC derivatives, and trade repositories are proliferating resulting in data discrepancies and regulatory concern over data integrity.
Transaction reporting requirements differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, with some more error prone than others. Given that each firm is responsible for the quality of data it reports directly or through a third party, it is critical that the data reported to the repositories is accurate.
TriOptima has expanded its existing triResolve service to develop a new trade reporting validation functionality that enables firms to reconcile and verify the accuracy of data sent to trade repositories.
With authorized data feeds from registered trade repositories, triResolve acts as a central hub to validate and reconcile repository data. The triResolve process identifies any discrepancies across the trade repositories and gives users the tools to investigate and resolve differences.
Repository reconciliation and validation using triResolve
Requirements can vary by jurisdiction. Download a more detailed fact sheet for each jurisdiction below.
Regular triResolve users can access the repository reconciliation function as part of the standard triResolve service.
If you are an existing subscriber, please contact your local TriOptima representative.
If you are not currently a triResolve client, please get in touch to learn about the triResolve service and repository reconciliation.
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