You are reporting derivatives trade data to JFSA.


GTR Japan (JFSA) Trade Reporting Overview

Single-sided reporting of your trade data is mandatory for the Japan (JFSA) jurisdiction. There are two ways to submit data to meet this requirement:

  • Submitter (Direct Reporting): The trade party reports their trades directly.
  • Non-Submitter (Delegated Reporting): One of the trade parties delegates their reporting to the other trade party, or a third party.


Equities GTR Working Group: Best Practice Guide

LEI BIC Submission Matrix for DDRJ Clients

DDRJ Notice LEI reporting to JFSA

Business Requirements Document: GTR Branch Reporting For JFSA

Business Requirements Document: DDRJ/JFSA 1.1

JFSA Re-Arch: Functional Change Document


JFSA Re-Arch: Phase 1 Message Specification (Prod)

JFSA: Release Notes

JFSA: FX Inbound CSV FpML Samples

JFSA: IR Inbound CSV FpML Samples

JFSA: VRE Simulator User Guide

JFSA: VRE シミュレーターガイド

JFSA: EQ Inbound CSV FpML Samples

JFSA: CR Inbound CSV FpML Samples

JFSA: Batch Download Response FX

JFSA: Batch Download Response IR

JFSA: Error Codes

JFSA: Batch Download Response EQ

JFSA: Batch Download Response CR

JFSA: IR Participant Report Samples

JFSA: FX Participant Report Samples

JFSA: CR Participant Report Samples

GTR NoA/JP/HK Portal Online Help (Japan/Hong Kong Only)

JFSA: EQ Participant Report Samples

Web Upload and Report Download Migration FAQ (Japanese)

JFSA Re-Architecture FAQ - Japanese

JFSA Re-Architecture FAQs


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