Catena integrates TRACE reporting with CME’s trade repositories

Catena Technologies announced that it has expanded the capabilities of its TRACE Reporting solution through integration with CME Group’s North American and European trade repositories. This integration means TRACE customers can report derivative trades to European, US, and Canadian regulators via CME Group, and builds on support for Australian regulatory reporting.

Singapore-headquartered Catena Technologies specializes in architecture, design, and delivery of advanced technology solutions for the financial services industry and has customers from the APAC region, US and UK. Together with CME Group, Catena is able to provide a solution that automates G20 trade submission and performs post-submission reconciliation for customers with global trade reporting requirements.

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