Art. 26 Transaction Reporting (ARM)

Article 20 and 21 MiFIR defines the post-trade publication requirements for investment firms trading equity, equity-like and non-equity instruments on trading venues.

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When do reports have to be made?

The following needs to be published in a post-trade report:

Who is required to publish?

When does the post-trade information need to be published by?

Post-trade information shall be made available to the public as close to real time as is technically possible (Article 7 (4) of RTS 2) which means all trades must be reported within 5 minutes after the execution of the relevant transaction.

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