TRS2 in Bricknode Broker

TRS2 in Bricknode Broker

In this article will we will describe how TRS2 works in Bricknode Broker. We will describe TRS2 based on the manual flow, but it works the same way in the other workflows.

The instruments need to have some settings, default marketplace and MiFID Country, to be able to be TRS2 reported. You will find these settings under System Data > Places. When placing an order we will have to enter TRS information. 

BUY

Trade order 

When placing a trade order in an instrument that should be TRS reported we will need to enter decision makers and decision makers within firm. This is used to identify the persons who makes the decision to acquire the financial instrument. 

1 Order2 TRS
PropertyDescription
Decision makers The user/customer is pre-filled. Possible to select several decision makers.
Decision makers within firm Who is responsible for the decision to acquire the financial instrument on the investment firm.

Execute order 

When executing an order we have to add TRS information about the order. 

1 Order2 TRS

PropertyDescriptionExtended description
Trading VenueWhere the instrument is traded, is collected from Places in System Data. But can be changed if default for the instrument is not used.
Transaction IdThis is a number generated by trading venues, should be entered if the trading venue are XCOP, XHEL, XOFF, XOSL or XSTO. 
Trading Time

Trading date and time

Swedish: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.MMM English: MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS.MMM 

Essential to enter time with seconds and milliseconds

INTCINTC is a technical account that allows the house to trade securities and then distribute them to customers accounts and still report them as AOTC and not DEAL, which would have been the case if trading over a house account. 
INTC can, for example, be used when issuing structured products that were first booked into a house account and then booked at the customer account. 

Trading Capacity

DEAL: Dealing on own account
MTCH: Matched principal
AOTC: Any other capacity

If the counterparty account at the instrument belongs to the house, DEAL will be default else AOTC. 
Execution Within Firm TypeUSER: Natural persons
ALGO: Algorithms
Code used to identify the person or algorithm within the investment firm who is responsible for the execution.
Execution Within FirmWho is responsible for the execution at the investment firm.
OTC Post Trade

ACTX: Agency cross
BENC: Benchmark
DUPL:  Duplicative
LRGS: Large in scale
SDIV: Special dividend
TNCP:  Not contributing to the price discovery process
XFPH: Exchange for Physical
AMND: Amendments
CANC: Cancellations
ILQD: Illiquid instrument
RPRI: Price improvement
SIZE:  Above specified size
TPAC: Package

Select one or more. 

Indicator as to the type of transaction in accordance with Articles 20(3)(a) and 21(5)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 600/2014.

Waiver Indicators

For equity instruments:
OILQ: Negotiated transactions in illiquid financial instruments
RFPT: Reference price transaction
NLIQ: Negotiated transactions in liquid financial instruments
PRIC: Negotiated transactions subject to conditions other than the current market price of that equity financial instrument.

For non-equity instruments:
ILQD: Illiquid instrument
SIZE: Above specified size

Select one or more. 

Indication as to whether the transaction was executed under a pre-trade waiver in accordance with Articles 4 and 9 of Regulation (EU) No 600/2014.

SELL

Trade order 

When placing a trade order in an instrument that should be TRS reported we will need to enter decision makers and decision maker within firm. This is used to identify the persons who makes the decision to sell the financial instrument.

When selling an instrument we also have to enter sell reason, meaning, what is the reason for selling. There are four different types to choose from "UNDI", "SELL", "SSEX" or "SESH". 

1 Order2 TRS

PropertyDescriptionExtended description
Direction

‘SELL’ - No short sale (default)
‘SESH’ - Short sale with no exemption
‘SSEX’ - Short sale with exemption
‘UNDI’ – Information not available

A short sale concluded by an investment firm on its own behalf or on behalf of a client, as described in Article 11.

When an investment firm executes a transaction on behalf of a client who is selling and the investment firm, acting on a best effort basis, cannot determine whether it is a short sale transaction, this field shall be populated with ‘UNDI’

Where the transaction is for a transmitted order that has met the conditions for transmission set out in Article 4 of this Regulation, this field shall be populated by the receiving firm in the receiving firm’s reports using the information received from the transmitting firm.

This field is only applicable when, the instrument is covered by Regulation (EU) No 236/2012, and the seller is the investment firm or a client of the investment firm

Decision makers The user/customer is prefilled. Possible to select several decision makers.
Decision makers within firmWho is responsible for the decision to sell the financial instrument on the investment firm

Execute order

When executing an order we have to add TRS information about the order. 

1 Order2 TRS

PropertyDescriptionExtended description
Trading VenueWhere the instrument is traded, is collected from Places in System Data. 
Transaction IdThis is a number generated by trading venues, should be entered if the trading venue are XCOP, XHEL, XOFF, XOSL or XSTO. 
Trading Time

Trading date and time

Swedish: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.MMM English: MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS.MMM 

Essential to enter time with seconds and milliseconds
Trading Capacity

DEAL: Dealing on own account
MTCH: Matched principal
AOTC: Any other capacity

If the counterparty account at the instrument belongs to the house, DEAL will be default else AOTC. 
Execution Within Firm TypeUSER: Natural persons
ALGO: Algorithms
Code used to identify the person or algorithm within the investment firm who is responsible for the execution.
Execution Within FirmWho is responsible for the execution at the investment firm.
OTC Post Trade

ACTX: Agency cross
BENC: Benchmark
DUPL:  Duplicative
LRGS: Large in scale
SDIV: Special dividend
TNCP:  Not contributing to the price discovery process
XFPH: Exchange for Physical
AMND: Amendments
CANC: Cancellations
ILQD: Illiquid instrument
RPRI: Price improvement
SIZE:  Above specified size
TPAC: Package

Select one or more. 

Indicator as to the type of transaction in accordance with Articles 20(3)(a) and 21(5)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 600/2014.

Waiver Indicators

For equity instruments:
OILQ: Negotiated transactions in illiquid financial instruments
RFPT: Reference price transaction
NLIQ: Negotiated transactions in liquid financial instruments
PRIC: Negotiated transactions subject to conditions other than the current market price of that equity financial instrument.

For non-equity instruments:
ILQD: Illiquid instrument
SIZE: Above specified size

Select one or more. 

Indication as to whether the transaction was executed under a pre-trade waiver in accordance with Articles 4 and 9 of Regulation (EU) No 600/2014.

DEAL

When the order is executed, a deal will be created. The TRS2 app will retrieve all information from the deal.

Navigate to Transactions > Deals to view the lists with Deals.

Click at "i" to view the TRS info. 

You can from version 2.28 edit the TRS information on the deal. Click Edit TRS in the action menu.

Extended description
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