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EMIR Reporting obligation (and reporting on behalf)

How do ABN AMRO's reporting services work?

  • Applying for the EMIR reporting services of ABN AMRO

    Parties can choose to do the reporting themselves or delegate the task to a third party such as ABN AMRO. ABN AMRO offers a reporting-on-behalf service to its NFC clients that enter into or have entered into OTC derivatives transactions with ABN AMRO. At this moment ABN AMRO does not charge any costs for this service.

    You can only use ABN AMRO's reporting service if you:

    • have made agreements with ABN AMRO on EMIRs risk mitigating rules

    • are a Non-Financial Counterparty (NFC) that is established in the European Union (EU)/European Economic Area (EEA) and 

    • you have a valid Legal Entity Identifier (LEI).

    If your company does not meet these three conditions, ABN AMRO can't perform the EMIR reporting on your behalf.

    In order to do the reporting on your behalf, you must accept the reporting conditions. We recommend you to read these conditions carefully.

  • ABD and ISDA Reporting conditions

    If ABN AMROs Algemene Bepalingen Derivatentransacties (ABD) apply to your transactions or you have agreed on an ISDA Master Agreement with ABN AMRO, please use the below documents. If you accept the terms, please complete the relevant signature sheet, have it signed by the authorized persons and return it to ABN AMRO by regular mail or email. Please bear in mind that you must state your LEI on the signature sheet.

    Postal address:
    ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
    c/o Client Service Group
    Markets Operations 
    PAC: HQ8045 
    Gustav Mahlerlaan 10
    1082 PP Amsterdam
    The Netherlands

    Email adress: regulatory.reporting.operations@nl.abnamro.com

  • Which codes do we need in order to report?

    To ensure that the reporting of your transactions runs smoothly, two codes are needed: the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) and the Unique Trade Identifier (UTI). The codes ensure that the reporting process is efficient and that the information matches. 

    1. Legal Entity Identifier (LEI)
      The LEI is a unique reference code that identifies the parties in an OTC derivatives transaction. Every company that enters into or has entered into an OTC derivatives transaction must specify its LEI and that of its counterparty in the report to the Trade Repository (TR).

    2. Unique Trade Identifier (UTI)
      From 12 February 2014, every new OTC derivatives transaction that you enter into will be assigned a unique code, the UTI. The UTI enables the reports submitted by both parties to the transaction to be matched. ABN AMRO creates the UTIs for the transactions you enter into with ABN AMRO. The UTI is specified on the transaction confirmation, on the UTI overview and on the reconciliation overview.