Boat & London Stock Exchange already support Fixed Income, Equity and ETF reporting
Real knowledge and rigorous application of regulations based on experience
Pre and post-trade transparency solutions across asset classes
Bilaterally agreed trades can be executed under the rules of the London Stock Exchange
A single pipe to the LSEG's UnaVista and Boat LSE services provides a wide range of services including real time transparency, reference data, ARM transaction reporting and EMIR trade reporting
Take all of your trades, both on and off-venue to CCP, significantly lowering counterparty risk, achieve operational efficiencies and large settlement fee savings for your firm
TRADEcho is the suite of reporting services hosted and operated by the London Stock Exchange, brought to market in partnership with Boat Services. TRADEcho has been formed in direct response to client feedback for compliant, simplified, cost effective reporting services. With MiFID II on the horizon, the London Stock Exchange and Boat chose to combine their strengths to form a team of industry, regulatory and technical experts, bringing together the complementary strengths of Boat’s OTC reporting and the London Stock Exchange’s primarily on exchange reporting. Alongside partners in the group, such as UnaVista and MTS we truly are a one-stop shop for pre and post trade reporting.
TRADEcho’s services cover all MiFID II asset classes and provide firms with the tools to meet their pre and post-trade transparency obligations, this includes SI Determination, SI Quoting, Smart Report Routing and Trade Publication. TRADEcho will be operated as an Arranged Publication Arrangement (APA) applying relevant deferrals to provide the market with a clear and concise tape of a firms' trades. TRADEcho's APA provides Investment Firms with a mechanism to publish trades they have executed and thereby meet their MiFIR/MiFID II post-trade transparency obligations. Trades will be published across all asset classes in line with the regulatory reporting timeframes. Together with UnaVista: firms can enjoy seamless trade and transaction reporting in one experience; helping ease the regulatory burden for financial firms. Additionally, TRADEcho data flows seamlessly into the UnaVista platform for MiFIR transaction report enrichment and reconciliation.
Boat was established in 2007 in response to the regulatory pressures introduced when MiFID I was implemented, offering MTFs, SIs and investment firms an easy and cost-efficient way to comply with the new transparency obligations. Since inception, its core technology has been supplied by Cinnober (CINN.ST). In 2014 Cinnober acquired Boat. The Cinnober team based in Sweden are providing the core platform for TRADEcho services that will be integrated and hosted by the London Stock Exchange.
London Stock Exchange Group (LSE.L) is a diversified international market infrastructure and capital markets business sitting at the heart of the world’s financial community. The group can trace its history back to 1698. The Group operates a broad range of international equity, bond and derivatives markets, including London Stock Exchange; Borsa Italia; MTS, Europe’s leading fixed income market; and Turquoise, a pan-European equities MTF. The Group also provides customers with an extensive range of real time and reference data products, including SEDOL, UnaVista and RNS. Further information on The Group can be found at www.lseg.com.