Post-trade transparency under MiFID
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The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), under its requirements for post-trade transparency, obligates trade counterparties to publicly disclose certain information regarding trades effected in off-exchange (OTC) shares and share certificates which are also admitted to trading on a regulated market. The required information includes the price, the number of shares traded, and the time of the trade (within three minutes of real time).
In the case of trades in securities in the Open Market (Freiverkehr), disclosure of such information by trade counterparties is, under sec. 31h of the German Securities Trading Act (Wertpapierhandelsgesetz) and sec. 31 of the Exchange Act (Börsengesetz), on a voluntary basis.
Through this website page, SCHNIGGE aims to provide this information in a format which is easy to access, both manually and by computer programme. The information for each trading day is listed in chronological order and is deleted at the start of the next trading day.
This data is not stored by SCHNIGGE.