Login to learn about the ETF processing, including information about the recently deployed ETF Phase 2 release.

Note:

  • ETF Phase 2 enhancements to support fixed income assets for Corporate, Municipal, and UIT (CMU) deployed to production on April 26, 2021.
  • ETF Phase 1 PCF enhancements for multiple baskets deployed to production on July 27, 2020.

For content updated specifically for the ETF Phase 1 or 2 releases, see ETF Release.

Client Business Requirements: Phase 2 — Clearing Enhancements to Support Fixed Income Assets for Corporate, Municipal, and UIT (CMU)

View the client business requirements for the ETF Phase 2 initiative. NSCC introduces enhancements in Phase 2 to enable clearance of Fixed Income ETFs...
Modified 22 July 2021

ETF Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Review answers to general file format questions, transmission options, and key definitions for ETF Domestic Portfolio data files, including custom...
Modified 20 February 2020

Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) Near Real-Time Create/Redeem Enhancements and Controls: Customer Business Requirements

View the customer business requirements for the Exchange Trade Funds (EFT) near real-time create/redeem enhancements and controls. It includes record...
Modified 16 July 2019

Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Web User Guide

Learn more about how as ETF agents and authorized participants (APs), you can use the Exchange Traded Fund Web portal to: ...
Modified 23 April 2021

Client Business Requirements: Phase 1 — PCF Enhancements for Processing Multiple Basket Types

Learn more about the portfolio composition file (PCF) enhancements implemented for processing multiple basket types. View the DATATRAK Production...
Modified 01 July 2020

ETF Message Codes

View the ETF message codes, types, and descriptions, including enhancements for Phase 2 to enable clearance of Fixed Income ETFs with Corporate and...
Modified 22 July 2021

ETF CUSIP and Symbol Upload Template

Use this template to upload CUSIPs or symbols when requesting ETF Historical Portfolio information. 
Modified 24 January 2020

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