Standardisation needed in Sef reporting conventions

Trading stock data

One of the core principles behind swap execution facilities (Sefs) – the new breed of trading platforms that opened for business under the US Dodd-Frank Act on October 2 – was to create greater transparency in the swaps market. In the words of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Sefs must "make public timely information on price, trading volume, and other trading data on swaps to the extent prescribed by the commission".

But just three weeks after they began trading, most Sefs

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