This webpage has been created as a repository to store any documentation related to the usage of the FIX Protocol in addressing regulatory requirements across the globe.
ASIC-FIX Adopted for Short Position Reporting 184.20 KB 197 downloads August 12, 2010
FIX welcomes the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC™s) adoption of the FIX Protocol messaging standard for the reporting of short positions. Use of FIX enables market participants to benefit from significant cost savings and efficiency gains and ASICâ€™s move to select the protocol is yet another example of the growing level of interest by regulators and trading venues globally to chose standardised practices.
IIROC - FIX Adopted for Market Surveillance and Transaction Reporting 52.24 KB 131 downloads May 6, 2009
FIX is pleased to announce that it has developed an Extension Pack which will enable FIX 5.0 to support IIROC's new FIX-based market regulation feed specification for market surveillance and transaction reporting.
CESR - FIX Response for Establishment of a European Consolidated Tape 0.00 KB 97 downloads November 2, 2010
Following consultation with the FIX EMEA Regulatory Subcommittee, FIX produced a proposal for an industry led solution for the establishment of a Consolidated Tape Delivery Authority (CTDA) to oversee the delivery and governance of the European Consolidated Tape. To view this proposal please click on the link included in the title.
CESR - FIX Response for Transparency and Reporting under MiFID Call for Evidence 177.36 KB 217 downloads April 14, 2006
FPL has issued a response to the call for evidence by CESR, who invited interested parties to submit their views regarding (potential) future work on transparency data publication and consolidation as a result of MiFID.
IOSCO - FIX Response to CR02/11 Regulatory Issues Raised by the Impact of Technological Changes on Market Integrity and Efficiency 479.21 KB 61 downloads August 12, 2011
FIX's Response to IOSCO Consultation - CR02/11 Regulatory Issues Raised by the Impact of Technological Changes on Market Integrity and Efficiency
NYSE - Rule 80A Account Type Indicators 168.00 KB 139 downloads January 8, 2008
In response to the evolution of program trading activities in the marketplace, NYSE has amended NYSE Rule 80A.40 to update the definition of account type indicators – “J” and “K”. These changes go into effect on June 2, 2008.