ISDA this week issued this spreadsheet relating to EMIR reporting. It is a version of the EMIR “validations spreadsheet” with added columns for many of the fields, that provide best practice notes on how they should be filled. The spreadsheet was produced by several industry associations, including ISDA, EFAMA, EVIA, FIA, BVI, GFXD and IA. The press release on the ISDA web site can be found here.
There are several changes happening worldwide in trade reporting, especially for financial firms. This article on The OTC Space by Alan McIntyre looks at some of these and what lies ahead in 2020. Those in energy and commodities may feel the impact of some of these changes, for example SFTR (in 2021 for non-financial firms, see here) and also the changes to the US reporting rules.