CP 205 Derivative transaction reporting

Released 28 March 2013. Comments closed 1 May 2013.

This consultation paper seeks feedback on our proposals to implement a derivative transaction reporting regime under Pt 7.5A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Corporations Act).

The draft ASIC Derivative Transaction Rules (Reporting) 2013 (derivative transaction rules (reporting)) attached to this paper set out our proposed requirements for the reporting of over-the-counter (OTC) derivative transactions to licensed derivative trade repositories or prescribed derivative trade repositories, including the details of transactions that will need to be reported.

Note: This paper should be read in conjunction with Consultation Paper 201 Derivative trade repositories (CP 201), which sets out our proposed requirements for Australian derivative trade repository (ADTR) licensees, and our approach to granting ADTR licences and our guidance on the draft ASIC Derivative Trade Repository Rules 2013 (derivative trade repository rules).

Download CP 205 (PDF 291 KB) | Read the media release

- Attachment to CP 205: Draft ASIC Derivative Transaction Rules (Reporting) 2013 (PDF 320 KB)

Read the report on submissions

1 Alinta Energy (PDF 131 KB)
ANZ Global Markets, Commonwealth Bank of Australia Markets, Macquarie Bank Limited, National Australia Bank, Westpac Institutional Bank - Joint submission (PDF 197 KB)
ASX Limited (PDF 40 KB)
Australian Financial Markets Association (PDF 212 KB)
CSR Limited (PDF 134 KB)
EnergyAustralia (PDF 127 KB)
Financial Services Council (PDF 75 KB)
GDF SUEZ Australian Energy (PDF 223 KB)
10  GFMA (PDF 168 KB)
11  IG Markets (PDF 368 KB)
12  InterGen Australia (PDF 221 KB)
13  International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (PDF 403 KB)
14  LCH.Clearnet (PDF 685 KB)
15  Markit (PDF 213 KB)
16  Norton Rose Australia (PDF 136 KB)
17  Origin Energy (PDF 152 KB)
18  Sucrogen (PDF 1,337 KB)
Last updated: 28/03/2013 12:00