Transition to HTTPS July 19 – Be advised that the FpML website has transitioned to secure HTTP on July 19. URLs are now forwarded to HTTPS automatically. Please make sure you update any internal implementation relying on HTTP URLs accordingly. For further information please email email@example.com
Used for confirming the precise details of contracts and post-trade business events. It is intended to have similar characteristics to the FpML 1-4 product representation, i.e. a very detailed product representation capturing the details needed for a transaction confirmation.
A new Legal view is introduced in the FpML framework to support legal documentation. The Standard Credit Support Annex (SCSA) is the first type of legal document represented in FpML. Similarly to what is in place for trades, the FpML representation focuses on representing the elections and variables associated with the underlying legal document, not the whole terms of it. The FpML Standards CSA is seeking feedback from the industry. Please submit feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Used for reporting price forming information about executed transactions to the public by reporting parties and execution platforms. It is intended to provide only the key product economics that are appropriate for standardized transactions, and not customizations and detailed information not required for price discovery, for example details of date adjustment rules and the like.
Used for reporting the Primary Economic Terms of derivative transactions to Swaps Data Repositories from entities including market participants, execution platforms, and clearing or confirmation services. This view is intended to have similar characteristics to the FpML "confirmation view" product representation, i.e. a very detailed product representation capturing the details needed for a transaction valuation; it may not include all documentation and legal terms.
Used for reporting trading and business activities and positions (including as part of STP flows), as well as processes such as reconciliation. This view has a moderately loose product representation; it requires key economic information such as the notional, key dates, and parties, but leaves other information optional.