FSA has now published for consultation its proposed guidance on transaction reporting for transactions on Turquoise Derivatives and derivative transactions conducted through clearing platforms of derivative markets where the reference data for these transactions is not made available to FSA and through Approved Reporting Mechanisms (ARMs). The consultation was trailed in the most recent edition of Market Watch (See FReD 9 September 2011) and FSA wants comments by 22 September in respect of Turquoise Derivatives and 6 October on the other guidance. (Source: FSA Consults on More Derivatives Guidance)
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