Derivative trade repositories
A derivative trade repository is a facility to which information about derivative transactions, or about positions relating to derivative transactions, can be reported.
ASIC is responsible for making and enforcing the derivative transaction rules that establish mandatory obligations for reporting and clearing of derivative transactions.
Trade repositories that wish to accept derivative trade data reported under mandatory reporting obligations must be licensed under the Corporations Act 2001 or prescribed under the Corporations Regulations 2001.
As part of our role, we:
- administer the Australian derivative trade repository (ADTR) licensing regime
- grant relief or exemptions from certain provisions regulating the licensing or operations of an ADTR, and
- assess, report and give directions on ADTR licensees’ compliance with their obligations.
|Rules||ASIC Derivative Trade Repository Rules 2023|
|Australian public data||Under Rule 2.3.5 a licensed ADTR must create and disclose statistical data from the derivative trade data reported to it, see:
|Prescribed derivative trade repositories||
|Consultation||Consultation Paper 370 Proposed remake of the ASIC Derivative Trade Repository Rules 2013 (CP 370)|
|Past 2013 Rules||From 10 July 2013 until 1 October 2023 ASIC Derivative Trade Repository Rules 2013|