Derivative trade repositories licensed to operate in Australia
Listed below are the trade repositories that have been licensed to operate in Australia for the purposes of Part 7.5A of the Corporations Act 2001.
You can download a PDF version of the Australian derivative trade repository (ADTR) licence and other instruments for each facility listed.
|ADTR licensee||Description of facility|
DTCC Data Repository (Singapore) Pte Ltd (DDRS)
Derivative trade repository in respect of commodity, credit, equity, foreign exchange and interest rate derivatives.
For more information, go to www.dtcc.com
Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME)
Derivative trade repository in respect of commodity, credit, foreign exchange, equity and interest rate derivatives.For more information go to www.cmegroup.com
We will add to this list when new ADTR licences are approved.
DDRS: Australian public data
Weekly ASIC reports of OTC derivative trades by asset class are now available on the DDRS website.
ADTR licence application kit
Trade repositories must complete an application form when applying to ASIC for an ADTR licence. The application kit includes a guide to assist in completing the application form, as well as the application form itself.
The application form should be submitted to ASIC at the time of formal application. ASIC encourages the submission of draft applications prior to lodgment of a formal application.
Ongoing ADTR licence obligations
ASIC has made the ASIC Derivative Trade Repository Rules 2013, which sets out the ongoing obligations for derivative trade repositories that hold an ADTR licence.
We have also released Regulatory Guide 249 Derivative trade repositories (RG 249) which gives guidance on how ADTRs can compy with their obligations under the ASIC Derivative Trade Repository Rules 2013, and the licensing and exemption process for ADTRs.