The Basics
Trade
Reconstruction

Regulated firms are mandated to meet a broad range of trade-related investigatory demands. No longer just a regulatory or legal initiative, the ability to quickly and accurately reconstruct trade records and events is essential for multiple segments of the business, including risk departments and operations, and also applies to use cases such as market abuse. Bloomberg Vault’s comprehensive trade reconstruction solution aggregates and analyzes data from multiple platforms, including pre- and post-trade communications such as voice, emails, instant messages, Bloomberg communications, files and trade records/events.

View Trade Reconstruction – Fact Sheet

Features
Trade
Reconstruction

  • Easily reconstruct trades within the timeframe required by the CFTC, Dodd-Frank Act and MiFID II
  • Data is searchable and retrievable from a single console, allowing clear visibility into the entirety of each single trade
  • Aggregate and analyze pre- and post-trade data communications data, including voice, emails, instant messages, Bloomberg communications, files and trade records/events
  • Fulfill trade archive requirements for write-once-read-many (WORM) storage set forth by FINRA
  • Native integration to other Bloomberg platforms such as Trade Order Management System (TOMS), Asset Investment Manager (AIM), Bloomberg Transaction Cost Analytics (BTCA), Execution Management System (EMSX) and Tradebook

View Swap Trade Reconstruction Guide for Compliance
Officers – Whitepaper

MIFID II
Compliance
Trade
Reconstruction

The changing European regulatory environment is top of mind for many of our customers. Firms can begin to prepare now for the advent of the new and expanded recordkeeping, trade reconstruction and supervision requirements under MiFID II by making thorough and critical assessments of the systems and processes they currently have in place. This whitepaper explores a “platform approach” to recordkeeping, trade reconstruction and market abuse detection, and preparing firms for MiFID II by ensuring they’re compliant and ready with best practices.

View MIFID II Compliance – Whitepaper

Trade
Archive
Trade
Reconstruction

Financial services firms are finding it increasingly challenging to preserve many of their electronic books and records—including orders, trade tickets and confirmations, and blotters—in regulatory required WORM (Write Once Read Many) format. Trade Archiving has therefore become more critical due to the heightened regulatory focus on safeguarding the relevant books and records for regulated firms.

View Trade Archive – Fact Sheet
View Trade Archive – Aegon Case Study