Global regulators consult on codes for OTC derivatives deals

The CPMI and Iosco lay out plans for UTIs for OTC derivatives transactions, as part of efforts to improve reporting to trade repositories

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Unique transaction identifiers would improve OTC market's transparency

International standard-setters unveiled proposals for unique transaction identifiers (UTIs) for over-the-counter derivatives contracts in a consultation paper published on August 19.

The plans, released jointly by the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (Iosco), aim to improve the aggregation of data on derivatives contracts via trade repositories.

The UTIs are designed to meet the needs of users, be global in scale

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