To comply with the CSDR requirements, we provide an efficient solution
to transmit your report to the Luxembourg authority.
Luxembourg has setup an efficient framework to support EU and Non-EU financial Institutions to comply with the quarterly basis reporting obligation
Settlement across borders presents higher risks and costs for investors within one country. EU has adopted a regulation on central securities depositories (CSDR*) to harmonise rules. The main objective of the regulation is to increase the safety and efficiency of securities settlement and settlement infrastructures in the EU.
The article 9 of this regulation sets rules on how to report transactions settled outside a securities settlement system. This overview will allowing regulators improve safety and to manage risks.
Under Article 9 of CSDR, a settlement internaliser is required to report, to competent authorities of its place of establishment, on a quarterly basis, the aggregated volume and value of all securities transactions settled outside securities settlement systems.
Focus on Luxembourg
On 25 February 2019, the Commission de surveillance du secteur financier (CSSF) published the Circular 19/709 related to the CSDR requirement on the quarterly reporting of internalised settlement.
From July 2019, the banks and investment firms performing internalised settlements will be obliged to report to the CSSF.
The CSSF will transmit to ESMA the reporting information and any potential risk resulting from that settlement activity.
The first reports are due by 12 July 2019.
Fundsquare is appointed as the official channel by the CSSF.
*Regulation (EU) No 909/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014 on improving securities settlement in the
European Union and on central securities depositories and amending Directives 98/26/EC and 2014/65/EU and Regulation (EU) No 236/2012
Efficient reporting transmission
platform to CSSF
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Tracking features to ensure
auditing and compliance
We manage today a network of more than 600 filing entities
for 1.1 million regulatory reports transmitted annually