UnaVista View - Transaction Reporting to AMF

UnaVista View - Transaction Reporting to AMF

In this UnaVista View series we look at different UnaVista features, giving you insight into the workings of UnaVista and how it can help you with your regulatory and operational risk requirements. This week it is UnaVista’s capability to Transaction Report to Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF).

UnaVista Transaction Reporting has been a market leading Approved Reporting Mechanism (ARM) for a number of years that can help clients meet all their regulatory transaction reporting obligations in the UK. UnaVista also offers clients the chance to report to multiple European regulators, such as AMF. UnaVista's flexible reporting engine has a level of validation exceeding that required by the AMF and the ability to view and correct exceptions prior to submission to the AMF.  UnaVista can also help clients with French Financial Transaction Tax by highlighting all the transactions that are eligible.

Firms currently reporting to both the UK and the French regulators can use UnaVista as a single point of reporting, helping create efficiencies across their business.

UnaVista continues to build a pan European reporting hub and already reports all reportable asset classes to the FSA and Dutch regulators, AFM.

Key Benefits

  • Cost Effective: UnaVista can be rolled out quickly, without the burden of unnecessary back-office, infrastructure and software costs.
  • Risk Reduction: Data is validated against the latest data sources to spot errors before reports reach the AMF, as well as assisting in the analysis of over- and under-reporting.
  • Enhanced Regulatory Compliance: UnaVista uses additional validation above and beyond the regulatory requirements to ensure that firms are reporting correctly. Reference data such as ESMA’s list of regulated markets and our own list of MIFID eligible securities, are used to certify submitted data and highlight potential errors.

Click here to find out more about how UnaVista can help with regulation.