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What is SFTR?

SFTR was originally proposed by the European Commission in January 2014. The original goal and mission of SFTR were to increase transparency in the European securities financing markets, especially after the economic downturn in 2008.

The vision was that all European-based firms would report their securities finance transactions (SFTs) to an assigned and approved trade repository under the new SFTR regulation.

Read More: SFTR in 2020: Present and Future Challenges and Solutions

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