EU Secondary Legislation on Internalised Settlements Published03/10/2017
A Commission Delegated Regulation on the content of the reports on internalised settlements was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The Delegated Regulation will supplement the Central Securities Depositories Regulation. The CSDR requires settlement internalisers to report on settlements that they internalise. The Delegated Regulation specifies the content of such reporting, stating that reports should provide for detailed information on the aggregated volume and value of settlement instructions settled by settlement internalisers outside of securities settlement systems. The reports must specify, among other things, the asset class, type of securities transactions, type of clients and issuer CSD.
In addition, Implementing Technical Standards on templates and procedures for the reporting and transmission of information on internalised settlements was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on March 10, 2017. The ITS provide the templates and forms that CSDs must use when reporting the required information to their national regulator.
The CSDR introduces common standards for settlements across the EU and the requirement to represent securities in book-entry form will apply directly across the EU from January 1, 2023 to transferable securities issued after that date and from January 1, 2025 to all transferable securities. The Delegated Regulation will enter into force on March 20, 2017 and will apply from March 10, 2019. The ITS will enter into force on March 20, 2017.
View the Delegated Regulation on reporting internalised settlements.
View the ITS on templates and procedures for reporting of internalised settlements.