• How does the TD L2 Settlement Instructions Matching Field profile option work?

    TD L2 Settlement Instructions Matching Fields option supports matching on a subset of SSI fields provided by the investment manager (InstructingParty), where PartyIdentifier is not provided or is equal to INST. Also referred to as dual SSIs, the executing broker (ExecutingBroker), where PartyIdentifier=INST, supplies the same SSIs as those provided by the investment...
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    This section contains general documentation about the ETF Portfolio Data Service.
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  • CTM Workflows

    CTM provides two workflows for the submission and matching of trades - the Block Allocation Confirmation Workflow (BACW) and the Allocation Confirmation Workflow (ACWF). BACW is the most commonly used workflow and is used in the average price markets where the executing broker will average all the street side prices and inform the investment manager in the block of the average price. The BACW...
  • What is the allocation-confirmation workflow?

    ACWF is a process for submitting and matching only on allocation and confirmation information. In this workflow, the CTM service does not accept a separate block submission from either party - block-type information must be provided on the allocation or confirmation message. Fro example, in the direct XML interface, a TradeLevel (block) submission is rejected.
  • How do I know if it is viable for my firm to use the ACWF?

    ACWF is a viable solution for clients who trade in an execution or tick-by-tick market.
  • Does ACWF support all asset class transactions?

    The CTM service applies separate logic and workflow support for asset classes as follows: Debt and Equity - you choose either the block level workflow (BACW) or ACWF Futures and Options - the XML Message Specification: Exchange Traded Derivatives (ETDs) outlines the executing and clearing trade flows for futures and options. The clearing flow is similar to the...
  • Is there a subscription requirement to use ACWF?

    Yes. When you review your business requirements, ensure that you subscribe to CTM Allocation Confirmation Workflow (ACWF).
  • Does my counterparty require a subscription?

    Yes. Your counterparty must be a CTM user and subscribe to the CTM Allocation Confirmation Workflow (ACWF).
  • If I subscribe to the CTM Allocation Confirmation Workflow, can I also use the block-level workflow with my counterparties?

    That depends on which side of the trade you are on: Investment managers can only subscribe to a single workflow for a given BIC. Broker/dealers can subscribe to CTM Allocation Confirmation Workflow (ACWF) and the block-level workflow subscription option, CTM Block Allocation Confirmation Workflow (BACW). This means that they are able to submit and match trades for both workflows using the...
  • Does ACWF use the same central matching process as block-level trades?

    The CTM service enforces matching rules on the same fields. However, since an allocation or confirmation constitutes an entire trade side, it applies all minor changes to the three major matching statuses. The below table describes those statuses for ACWF trades. Status Description XML Field Trade Blotter Field Match If the TradeDetails have a status of MATCH, then the trade...
  • How does the CTM service handle L1 pairing and L2 matching for Price for ACWF trades?

    Price is a potential L1 pairing field, L1 tie-breaker or eligible L2 matching field. See the L1 Pairing FAQs for further details.
  • How does the CTM service handle L1 pairing and L2 matching for total values in ACWF?

    You and your counterparty include block type information in the TradeLevelInformation composite of each allocation or confirmation (TradeDetail). This composite provides the CTM service with all of the information required to perform L1 pairing and L2 matching. Matching does not occur on the following fields for ACWF...
  • Does the CTM service map any of the block fields to the allocation or confirmation fields?

    Because a TradeDetail represents your entire trade side, the CTM service uses the allocation or confirmation fields and block-type fields listed in the table below equally: Allocation or Confirmation Fields (TradeDetail)  Block Fields...
  • How do I identify my direct XML message trades without any block type identifiers?

    If you require block type identifiers, use the following guidelines when you submit XML messages: New Trades - When you submit a new ACWF trade, such as a TradeDetail where FunctionOfTheMessage = NEWM, follow these trade identifier guidelines: The best practice is to sumbit a MasterReference that is identical to the ClientAllocationReference. Similarly, if...
  • How do I match on Execution (Fill) or Average Price?

    CTM investment managers can match on execution (fill) or average price for TradeDetails. The below diagram shows an example of execution (fill) price matching. The table below describes the workflow steps in the diagram above, which is an example and not intended to represent all ACWF implementations. Step  Description 1 Before the CTM service enters the workflow, an...
  • I need to link my allocations and confirmations into groups. Can I use the ACWF?

    Yes. As long as you do not require separate matching on block type information, the CTM service provides linking of allocations or confirmations. To link each of the allocations or confirmations, set the following fields in the TradeDetailLinkages composite: TDReferenceType = COMM TDReferenceValue = Same identifier in each linked allocation or confirmation The below...
  • Is settlement instruction enrichment available for ACWF trades?

    Yes. Settlement instruction enrichment in ACWF is the same as enrichment for the block-level workflow, except enrichment is on the allocation. The direct XML interface provides enrichment on information you provide in the TradeDetail. Include settlement instructions in TradeDetail messages so that the financial and settlement information is together in one message. Settlement information...
  • Can I use broker matching groups (BRMGs) with the ACWF?

    DTCC recommends against using broker matching groups for ACWF trades. Using broker matching groups prevents the executing broker from viewing an investment manager's alleged allocation. Instead, the best practice is for investment managers to submit trades using the broker/dealer's CTM BIC.
  • Are all of the XML messages available to me?

    All of the XML messages, except the following, are available for ACWF trades: TradeLevel (block message) MultiTradeLevelIDResponse MultiTradeLevelRequest MultiTradeLevelResponse
  • Can I process trade exceptions?

    Yes. The below table lists the locations in the XML Message Specification: Debt/Equity and Common Messages where you can learn more about exception processing. TradeDetail Message and Action  Message Category Amend  Trade messages Cancel, CloseError, ForceMatch, RejectCancel, RejectComponent Management messages HistoryRequest, HistoryResponse Query...
  • Manual Transfer Statement

    The manual transfer statement provides you with the ability to pass cost basis information in a standardized format. Disclaimer: Do not use this manual transfer statement with the Cost Basis Reporting Service (CBRS). Follow the manual standard formatting guidelines, review the field descriptions, and follow the best practices available in the Manual Cost Basis Template Rules and Best...
  • Supported Asset Classes

    CTM, along with other products in the Institutional Trade Processing service suite, supports a variety of asset classes. The majority of the information in the DTCC Learning Center related to CTM documents the generic workflow and matching process used for equity and debt trades. To support different asset classes, variations in the workflow and matching process are sometimes required....
  • TBA (To Be Announced) Mortgage-Backed Securities

    The CTM service supports the matching of TBA (To Be Announced) Mortgage-Backed Securities. Below are the most commonly asked questions about the implementation and matching of these securities.   FAQs    
  • Which CTM interfaces support CDs and commercial papers?

    You can use any CTM interface to create, view, and amend CDs and commercial paper trades.
  • Is my counterparty required to use the CTM service?

    Yes. Your counterparty msut submit its trade side information using the CTM service in order for matching to occur.
  • Is there a subscription requirement to match CDs and commercial papers?

    No. The CTM service treats CDs and commercial paper as debt instruments (fixed income). For investment managers: If you currently submit debt products, you can also submit CDs and commercial paper trades. If you only use the CTM service for equity products, you will have to configure your system to populate and process the applicable fields for debt instruments, including appropriate...
  • Does the same matching process apply to CDs and commercial paper as to other instruments?

    Yes-and more. The CTM platform enforces L2 matching rules on the same fields for CDs and commercial paper trades as for other types of debt trades. The investment manager's debt matching profile determines the matching criteria. Investment managers can also include Type of Financial Instrument as additional matching criteria. Use the Maintain Matching Profile (MMP) tool, available in the CTM...
  • How do I create CDs and commercial paper in the CTM User Interface?

    For block-level and allocation-confirmation workflows, both trade sides have to provide the following values in the Type of Financial Instrument field: CDEP - Certificate of Deposit (CD) CPAP - Commercial Paper   Block-Level Workflow (BACW) UI 3.0 Quick Trade Entry Screen - The next figure shows where to select CDEP or CPAP in the quick trade entry screen for...
  • How do I create CDs and commercial paper in a direct XML message?

    Investment managers and broker/dealers submit CDEP or CPAP in the TradeLevelInformation composite of the TradeLevel and TradeDetail message. The bold value in the following partial TradeLevel shows where, as an example, you designate a...
  • Can the CTM service provide cross-referencing for CDs and commercial paper with different security identifiers?

    Yes. The CTM service provides CD and commercial paper security cross-referencing where one counterparty represents as a SEDOL and the other as an ISIN. If the underlying security is the same, the CTM service matches on the field. Note The security identifier is not always available in the cross-reference database. In this case, both counterparties must provide the same explicit instrument...
  • Can I process CDs and commercial paper trade exceptions?

    Yes. You can process trade exceptions using the CTM service for CDs and commercial paper trades as you do for all othe trades.
  • Settlement Optimization

    About Settlement Optimization  As highlighted in its recent white paper, Modernizing the U.S. Equity Post-Trade Infrastructure, the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) is exploring several ways to further shorten the trade settlement cycle beyond T+2, reducing risk and costs for members of the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) and The Depository Trust Company...
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  • Certificates of Deposit and Commercial Papers

    The CTM service supports the matching of certificates of deposit and commerical papers. Below are the most commonly asked questions about the implementation and matching of these securities.   FAQs  
  • How does the CTM service enable me to trade TBAs with my counterparties?

    You and your counterpaty can submit and match a TBA type of financial instrument for both block-level and allocation-confirmation level trades.
  • Which CTM interfaces support TBAs?

    The below table identifies the CTM interfaces you can use to create, view and amend TBA trades. TBA Activity   CTM Interface    Trade Blotter Direct XML FIX (Investment Managers) Message Translation Interface Create Yes     Yes   Yes Yes View  Amend
  • Is there a subscription requirement to use TBAs?

    Yes, depending on whether you submit or receive TBAs: To submit TBAs with stipulations and add stipulations to existing trades in the trade blotter, a subscription is not required. To receive your counterparty's TBAs that have stipulations on them, both you and your counterparty are required to have the STIPS subscription. In addition, the CTM service offers the TBAP (TBA Processing)...
  • How do I create TBAs in the CTM User Interface?

    For block-level and allocation-confirmation workflows, both trade sides have to provide the following a value of TBAN in the Type of Financial Instrument field.   Block-Level Workflow (BACW) UI 3.0 Quick Trade Entry Screen - The next figure shows where to select TBAN in the quick trade entry screen for block-level trades. UI 3.0 Full Trade Entry Screen - The next...
  • Can I enter stipulations using the CTM User Interface?

    Yes. Using the 3.0 Trade Blotter's full trade entry feature, investment managers and broker/dealers can enter up to 20 standard and 20 non-standard stipulations on TBAs. The below image shows the stipulations fields which can be populated. Click the +/- button to add and remove stipuations.
  • Can I compare my stipulation fields to my counterparty's stipulation fields?

    Yes. Investment managers and broker/dealers can view and amend stipulations on TBA trades. In the 3.0 trade blotter, select the trade you want to view or amend, then do one of the following: View stipulations - Click Trade - View. The View Block Fields screen opens with new stipulations fields. Amend stipulations - Click Trade - Amend. The Amend Block Fields...
  • How do I create TBAs in the Direct XML message?

    Investment managers and broker/dealers submit TBAs in the TradeLevelInformation composite of the TradeLevel or TradeDetail message. The bold values in the following partial TradeLevel show where you designate a TBA trade and the stipulations for that trade. ... <TradeLevelInformation>    ...
  • How do I create TBAs in the FIX interface message?

    Investment managers submit TBAs in the Allocation Instruction (J) message. Allocation Instruction (J) The bold values in the following partial J message example show where you designate a TBA trade and its stipuations. 70=test0207|71=0|626=1|857=0|54=1|48=GB00B00NY175|22=4|167=TBA|541=20411207|225= 5223=4.75|107=UNITED KINGDOM GILT 4.75 12/07/2038 DTD 04/23/2015...
  • Can the CTM service provide cross-referencing for TBAs with different security identifiers?

    Yes. The CTM service provides cross-referencing for security codes for TBAs that one counterparty represents as CUSIP and the other as ISIN. If the underlying security is the same, the CTM service matches on the field. Security identifier cross-referencing steps 1. Investment manager and broker/dealer create TBA trades with information about the type of financial instrument, security code...
  • Can I process TBA trade exceptions?

    Yes. You can process trade exceptions for TBAs using the CTM service in the same way as for other asset classes.
  • Cross-Product Documentation

    Documentation covering features, functionality and best practices that apply across multiple Institutional Trade Processing services. See the Cross-Product section.
  • Requests for Trade Input Extensions

    Fixed Income Clearing Corporation (“FICC”) would like to remind the Government Securities Division (“GSD”) and the Mortgage Backed Securities Division (“MBSD”) member firms of the guidelines that should be followed in the event that they are experiencing internal system issues and require an end-of-day extension to submit trade input. In the event that members are experiencing...
  • GSD Enhancements - 2018

    The FICC Government Securities Division (GSD) has implemented a number of enhancements as of June 25, 2018 to benefit Members. GSD invites you to view a few short videos created to acquaint you with the enhancements, why we’ve implemented them and how they will benefit you now and in the future. Look for additional videos in this series, coming soon! 1. The GSD Clearing Fund Calculation...
  • Requests for Trade Input Extensions

    Fixed Income Clearing Corporation (“FICC”) would like to remind the Mortgage Backed Securities Division (“MBSD”) and the Government Securities Division (“GSD”) member firms of the guidelines that should be followed in the event that they are experiencing internal system issues and require an end-of-day extension to submit trade input. In the event that members are experiencing...

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Corporate Actions
Custody Service 101: Introduction to Custody
This course will provide an overview of the DTC's Custody Service, traditional custody deposit process, full and partial custody withdrawal processes, custody reorganization deposit process, and process custody activities.
Custody
Reorganization Service 103: Unit Investment Trust Services
DTC’s Reorganization receives and distributes information to participants about reorganization activities, and processes instructions on their behalf. These services are available through DTC’s Participant Terminal System (PTS) and Participant Browser Service (PBS). In this course you will be introduced to the Reorganization services and Unit Investment Trust Services.
Corporate Actions
Reorganization Service 101: Fundamentals
DTCC’s Reorganization Service receives and distributes information to participants about reorganization activities and processes instructions on their behalf. These services are available through DTCC’s Participant Terminal System (PTS) and Participant Browser Service PBS). In this course, you will be introduced to the Reorganization services and products that DTCC offers to its participants.
Corporate Actions
Reorganization Service 301: Mandatory Reorganization Deposits
DTC’s Reorganization Service receives and distributes information to participants about reorganization activities and processes instructions on their behalf. These services are available through DTC’s Participant Terminal System (PTS) and Participant Browser Service PBS). In this course, you will be introduced to the Reorganization services pertaining to mandatory reorganization deposits.
Corporate Actions
Deposits Service 301: Case Study
This course will provide an overview of Restricted Deposits Service, how to Enter, update, view and delete restricted deposits, overview of Branch Deposit Service, how to view previously entered brand deposits. The course will also focus on benefits and features of the DWAC program, enter and cancel DWAC deposits and how to request copies of deposits documents.
Dividend and Income Processing
Reorganization Service 306: Risk Analysis Service
DTC’s Reorganization Service receives and distributes information to participants about reorganization activities and processes instructions on their behalf. These services are available through DTC’s Participant Terminal System (PTS) and Participant Browser Service PBS). In this course, you will be introduced to the Reorganization services pertaining to the Risk Analysis Service.
Corporate Actions
Stock Loans and REPOs 101: Introduction to Stock Loans and REPOs
DTC enables participants to process stock loans and REPOs through its system. As part of this service, DTC maintains accurate positional information, ensuring that the appropriate income distributions are made. These services are available through DTC’s Settlement Web application. In this course, you will be introduced to the basics of processing stock loans and REPOs via DTC.
Settlement Services
Stock Loans and REPOs 102: Processing Stock Loans and REPOs
DTC enables participants to process stock loans and REPOs through its system. As part of this service, DTC maintains accurate positional information, ensuring that the appropriate income distributions are made. These services are available through DTC’s Settlement Web application. In this course, you will learn how to accurately process stock loans and REPOs through DTC systems
Settlement Services
Reorganization Service 207: Inquiries
DTC’s Reorganization receives and distributes information to participants about reorganization activities, and processes instructions on their behalf. These services are available through DTC’s Participant Terminal System (PTS). In this course you will be introduced to the Reorganization products, including the PTS inquiry and update functions which DTC offers to it’s participants
Corporate Actions
Deposits Service 101: Basic Concepts
This course will provide an overview of DTC's Deposits Service.
Dividend and Income Processing
Withdrawals Service 203: Urgent Withdrawals of Physical Securities
DTC's Withdrawals Service facilitates the transfer of book-entry and physical securities that are depository-eligible. This course gives you a thorough understanding of the processing of urgent withdrawals for physical securities.
Dividend and Income Processing
Withdrawals Service 303: Using Direct Mail Services
DTC's Withdrawals Service facilitates the transfer of book-entry and physical securities that are depository-eligible. This course gives you a thorough understanding of DTC's Direct Mail Services.
Dividend and Income Processing
Reorganization Service 208: CNS Reorganizations
NSCC processes reorganizations via its Continuous Net Settlement (CNS) system. These services are available through the Participant Terminal System (PTS) and the Participant Browser Services (PBS). In this course, you will learn how NSCC handles reorganizations using CNS, and be presented with detailed information regarding the reports and functions used to process reorganizations.
Corporate Actions
NSCC Envelope Settlement 101
NSCC's Envelope Settlement Service enables participants to settle transactions for securities that are not depository eligible. These services are available through DTC’s Settlement Web application. In this course, you will be introduced to the basics of the service as well as procedural information regarding the processing of physical deliveries.
Settlement Services
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Global Trade Repository EU: Instructor-Led Training (ILT)

DTCC - London

Monday, July 09, 2018 -

Monday, July 09, 2018

4:00 am - 12:00 pm Europe/London

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