DTCC and Regis-TR blamed for low futures matching rates

Repositories will change stance next year following intervention by Esma

Esma: trying to patch up reporting framework

Tens of millions of futures trade reports are being rendered useless in Europe because two of the biggest repositories – the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) and Regis-TR – are withholding many reports from a communal trade-matching scheme, critics complain. Both will be forced to change stance from February, as part of a concerted effort by regulators to fix the region's dysfunctional reporting regime.

"The DTCC and Regis-TR are not submitting listed derivatives trades into the

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