Regulatory Reporting for EMIR, MIFIR and SFTR

Course description



We offer a unique opportunity to complete this programme remotely via a live virtual and interactive class on 18 Oct 2024. The course is conducted by 2 senior RegTech City experts with over 20 years of practical experience who is currently advising companies on reporting and compliance requirements. 


This practical 1 day course conducted by a senior City expert covers regulatory reporting requirements for the three main regulations: EMIR, MiFIR and SFTR. 

This training session covers the key challenges encountered by banks, broker dealers, asset managers and hedge funds, key lessons learnt in implementing trade and transaction reporting, and successful remediation of any issues. This workshop covers all aspects of regulatory reporting, from organisational scope, to data validation, data sourcing, counterparty and entity identification, and asset class/instrument identification – and resulting impact to Front, Middle and Back Office processes.

Conducted by an expert who is currently working within the sector and advising different organisations from some key players to smaller companies, the trainer has a very good understanding of challenges that companies are facing and how to effectively overcome them and ensure compliance and operational effectiveness.

What will you learn

By attending this course you will learn about:

  • All the key aspects of regulatory reporting, from organisational scope, to data validation, data sourcing, counterparty and entity identification, and asset class/instrument identification – and resulting impact to Front, Middle and Back Office processes.
  • Key learnings from implementation of EMIR over the last 6 years, upcoming reporting and margin implications of EMIR REFIT and Unclear Margin Rules, MIFIR over the last 4 years, and implementation of SFTR; benchmarking against peers from the sell-side and buy-side, and resolution of any open questions.
  • Real life industry examples of best practices, post-implementation issues, and successful remediation
  • Regulatory guidance from the FCA, CSSF, ESMA and other local regulators – post Brexit UK vs EU regulations
  • Understand the key impacts to US, EMEA and APAC institutions in scope, and the new regulatory reporting landscape

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Register for any 2 public courses and save extra £100 (in total, not per course).

Main topics covered during this training

  • Regulatory Background to all three regulations
  • Scope of entities, counterparties and asset classes for MiFIR, EMIR and SFTR
  • Key Reporting Requirements
  • Definitions and Data Validations
  • Fields Analysis  – Instrument, Product, Entity and Personal Data
  • Systems and Controls
  • Implications for UK, EU and Global Investment Banks and Asset Managers
  • Global Regulatory Reporting
  • Implementation challenges and lessons learnt

Who should attend

From banks, broker dealers, asset managers and hedge funds:

  • Heads of Trading, Investment, Portfolio Management, Operations, and Business Risk
  • Heads of Regulatory Reporting, Compliance and HR
  • Key Control Functions/Senior Managers in Audit, Compliance, Risk and Operations


Regulatory Reporting for EMIR, MIFIR and SFTR - A 1 Day Course


MIFIR Transaction Reporting

  • MIFID II/MIFIR and MAR – Market Transparency, Market Abuse and transaction reports
  • Entities and transactions in scope, ARMs

EMIR Trade Reporting

  • EMIR Introduction – OTC Derivatives, Central Clearing, CCPs, TRs
  • Regulatory drivers, Entities in scope, Financial and Non-financial counterparties

SFTR Transaction Reporting

  • SFTR Introduction – Stock and Commodity/Security Borrow Loans, Repos and Collateralised Loan Financing, Margin Lending, Tri-Party
  • Regulatory drivers, Entities in scope, Financial and Non-financial counterparties, Collateral arrangements with non-EU counterparties


MIFIR Transaction Reporting

  • Trading Capacity
  • Definition of trade execution
  • Trade Lifecycle scenarios, transmission of order
  • Reporting exemptions and Reportable instruments

EMIR Trade Reporting

  • Trade and Position Reporting, Trade Lifecycle Action types
  • OTC, Cleared, and Listed Derivative scenarios – Updates for EMIR REFIT
  • Reconciliation with counterparty reporting
  • Asset class specific rules

SFTR Transaction Reporting

  • UK vs EU SFTR
  • Counterparty classification, scope, and data
  • Mandatory delegated reporting for NFC-
  • Loan and collateral data, margin data and margin reuse/Rehypothecation


MIFIR Transaction Reporting

  • Instrument and underlying identifiers (ISINs, CUSIPS), using the ANNA DSB
  • Unique Product Identifiers (UPIs)
  • Trade Economics, LEIs and identifying counterparties
  • Personal Data Requirements

EMIR Trade Reporting

  • Unique Trade Identifiers (UTI) Generation and Matching
  • Unique Product Identifiers (UPIs), ISIN, AIIs
  • Trade Economics, Collateral and Valuation Data, Confirmation details

SFTR Transaction Reporting

  • Repo and overnight collateral information
  • Fields Analysis and Reference Data, Asset class specific rules
  • LEI, UTIs, and product identifiers


MIFIR Transaction Reporting

  • Systems and Controls – Regulatory Obligations, Reconciliations with ARM
  • Global Regulatory Reporting

EMIR Trade Reporting

  • Systems and Controls – Regulatory Obligations, Inter TR Reconciliation
  • EMIR 2.2 and EMIR REFIT – Changes in scope and upcoming implementations
  • Global Regulatory Reporting

SFTR Transaction Reporting

  • Systems and Controls – Regulatory Obligations, FC vs NFCs, Tri-Party and Custody arrangements
  • Segregation of collateral, Rehypothecation
  • Global securities financing regulations




The trainer is an industry advisor and regulatory expert with over 20 years of experience in investment banking, asset management regulations and Regulatory Technology (RegTech). He is an industry expert in Financial Regulation, RegTech and Open Banking and covers all the key banking and finance regulations across US, EMEA and APAC including MIFID II, EMIR, CASS, SFTR, IFR/IFD, Dodd Frank, FINMA (SIX), HKMA MAS and SFC, IBOR Transitions, SMCR, and ESG Regulations such as SFDR.

He combines experience in strategic regulatory technology with processes and platform management incorporating risk and governance policies.

His recent key engagements include banks such as HSBC, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Barclays and buy side firms such as T. Rowe Price, Ruffer, M&G and Investec Asset Management, to name a few. He is also a member and advisor of industry association committees for regulatory consultations with bodies such as ESMA, FCA, PRA/Bank of England and SEC.


Kalyan is a highly experienced and result-driven regulatory reporting SME with 20 years of experience in regulatory reporting. Kalyan has achieved regulatory compliance and strengthened reporting for firms such as LGIM, Schroders, Fidelity, PWC, Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays Investment Bank. 

Kalyan has extensive experience delivering compliance for capital markets regulations like MiFID II, EMIR, SFTR, AIFMD, SMCR within the Asset Management and Investment Banking. Kalyan has worked at management consultancy firm PWC and advised clients on various regulatory aspects including Regulatory Reporting, Suitability and Appropriateness, Product Governance and remediation. He has worked with senior stakeholders include CFO, COO, Head of compliance, Head of Operations, Head of Product and internal and external legal councils. Kalyan has represented firms in various trade bodies and industry associations like IA, ICMA etc., and has performed in-house and external trainings for various firms.



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18 Oct 2024, Online / Virtual

Register by 30 Jun to save £145

Early bird price £850 + VAT

Regular price £995 + VAT

10% discount for 3 people.

This topic can be arranged on in-house basis. If you have a group of 4 or more we can customise it and deliver in any location worldwide. Contact us to discuss your requirements



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