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  • Evolution of ETF Clearing

    The Depository Trust Clearing Corporation has worked diligently over the past 20+ years to innovate and modernize its range of ETF products and services. On January 22, 1993, DTCC cleared and settled the first trades placed on ETFs. Fast-forward nearly 25 years later, the ETF industry has matured both in terms of product availability and assets under management with the latter continuing to...
  • What is L1 pairing?

    L1 pairing is the comparison by CTM of mandatory minimum set of critical data fields on two sides of a trade. All L1 components must pair before proceeding to L2 matching.
  • Which fields does CTM evaluate during L1 pairing (EQU/DBT trades)?

    The below table lists the L1 pairing fields on blocks and allocations and whether these fields are mandatory or optional. Field Name Mandatory/Optional? Further Information TradeLevel (Block)   Block UTI Optional Will be made available with the CTM Functional Release 1 2018 scheduled for Q1 2018. Buy/Sell...
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  • Should "Price" be used for L1 pairing?

    When setting your matching profile criteria, you can optionally set Deal Price as an L1 pairing field however if applied, this means that only trades with the exact same price can pair. This usually results in NOT MATCHED (NMAT) blocks.   We recommend that you configure Deal Price as an L2 matching field. That way, if there is a difference in the price field...
  • How does the CTM matching process use tie-breakers?

    If during the matching process, the CTM service finds more than one counterparty component with all L1 pairing fields equivalent to your component, it evaluates an L1 tie-breaker field to choose among the pairing candidates as follows: The value of your counterparty's L1 tie-breaker field must match yours exactly for the trade components to pair. If the L1 tie-breaker field for more than...
  • Matching Process

    The CTM platform uses a 2-level matching process to match both block (TradeLevel) and allocation (TradeDetail) messages. Level 1 (L1) pairing identifies the basic core financials of the trade and all L1 components must pair before proceeding to L2 matching. Level 2 (L2) matching ensures that selected fields meet the matching requirements of the investment manager.   The following...
  • What is L2 matching?

    Level 2 (L2) matching ensures that selected fields, such as trade amounts and broker commissions, are within the tolerance the investment manager has specified. L2 matching enables investment managers to customize the matching process to meet their business needs. They select the fields to match from the list of eligible L2 matching fields and decide the matching rules and tolerances for each...
  • Do I need a default matching profile? If so, how do I create one?

    Yes. In order to match trades through the CTM platform you need to have at least one default matching profile for each asset class you trade in. You create and update profiles using the Maintain Matching Profiles (MMP) tool available in the CTM Client-Facing Dashboard. For more information, visit CTM Client-Facing Dashboard.
  • Am I limited to default matching profiles only?

    No. There are three types of matching profiles available for use: 1. Named matching profiles are the most flexible because they are based on criteria you design, such as counterparty, settlement location and security type. 2. Currency-specific matching profiles indicate rules and tolerances for specific currencies. 3. Default matching profiles are required for each asset class.   The...
  • What are the matching tolerance options I can set on fields in my matching profile?

    The below table describes the matching tolerance option codes you can set on the eligible fields in a matching profile. Code Description Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Notes EXCT Exact Match Not applicable Not applicable Tolerance values are disallowed PTOL1  Percentage Tolerance Above/Below Not applicable Use this code to provide an acceptable over-under percentage...
  • When I specify a minimum/maximum tolerance on my default matching profile, is it based on the locally traded currency or the settlement currency?

    Except for SettlementAmount on the TradeDetail, all amounts are based on the traded currency. To match on Settlement Amount in a different currency, your broker/dealer counterparty must be a CTM user.
  • Is currency fluctuation factored in with the minimum/maximum tolerance type?

    No. The value specified in the minimum/maximum specification remains static. DTCC recommends that you update your matching profiles on a regular basis to reflect currency movement.
  • How do I create and edit matching profiles?

    All matching profiles are created and maintained using the Maintain Matching Profiles (MMP) tool available in the CTM Client-Facing Dashboard, which you can access using the following links: Production: https://ctmclientdashboard.omgeo.net Client Test: https://ctmclientdashboard-ct.omgeo.net For more information on using the Dashboard and view instructional videos, visit CTM...
  • What fields and tolerances does DTCC recommend that I use for matching?

    Because each client's business models and requirements are unique, DTCC cannot provide explicit guidance regarding which fields and tolerances are best to use. DTCC, however, recommends the following common practices for investment managers and hedge fund managers: Set up a default matching profile for each asset class you trade through the CTM platform Set up a currency matching profile...
  • What does the TradeTransactionConditionIndicator field do? What happens if I activate it in a matching profile?

    The TradeTransactionConditionIndicator field (Trade Condition field in the Maintain Matching Profiles (MMP) tool) specifies trade conditions. If you use the settlement notification functionality available through the CTM platform, you can display the trade condition values DIRT (dirty) or CLEN (clean) in SWIFT messages. Your trade conditions appear in SWIFT messages only if your...
  • Does the CTM platform support cross-settlement channel matching for differing PSET values?

    Cross-settlement channel matching is a special feature for PSET. If either party submits CEDELULL (Clearstream Banking) and the counterparty submits MGTCBEBE (Euroclear) in the PSET field, the CTM platform does the following: L2 successfully matches Sets the FieldLevelMatchStatus to MATCHED (MACH)   Matching is also successful when the two parties...
  • Using the Message Translation Interface (MTI), can I match on Trade Commissions for a block trade?

    As an MTI client, submit trade allocation details, including any allocation commissions, in your MTI file. The CTM platform automatically generates a TradeLevel based on these allocations, and calculates TotalBlockCommission as the sum of all commissions from those allocations. Since TotalBlockCommission is a calculated field, you cannot force-match the field to correct a...
  • I have a trade that has MISMATCHED on several fields. Can I force-match just one of the fields or do I have to force-match all of them?

    A force-match applies to MISMATCHED fields on a trade. To change one of your MISMATCHED fields, you can amend that value on your trade side.
  • I want to match on Settlement Amount, but my broker counterparties typically only populate Settlement Amount when it's not the same as the Net Cash Amount. How can I consistently match on Settlement Amount?

    To address issues with matching on SettlementAmount, use the optional subscription SAL2, which controls whether the CTM platform applies L2 on the SettlementAmount field at the allocation/confirmation (TradeDetail). The following two scenarios outline business cases when conditional matching rules apply.   Scenario 1 You do not provide a SettlementAmount value and...
  • How does the CTM platform treat Price during Level 1 pairing and Level 2 matching in debt and equity trades?

    Depending on the conditions of the trade and the fields that you chose to use for pairing and matching, the CTM platform treats Price in one of the following ways: L1 pairing field - your counterparty value must pair with yours L1 tie-breaker - when the CTM platform finds more than one counterparty trade component with all L1 pairing fields equivalent to yours, it...
  • 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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  • 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...

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Corporate Actions
Reorganization Service 203: Conversions
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 conversions.
Corporate Actions
Reorganization Service 206: Warrants
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 warrants.
Corporate Actions
Reorganization Service 201: Voluntary Reorganizations
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 voluntary reorganizations.
Corporate Actions
Reorganization Service 102: Mandatory Reorganizations
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 reorganizations.
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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