At Equias we deliver a one-stop shop for your regulatory reporting needs, collecting and reporting every order, trade and lifecycle event that is eligible under REMIT, EMIR, MiFID II and ElCom regulations.

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- electronic Regulatory Reporting


Joining eRR establishes immediate access to the industry’s main regulatory reporting channel for REMIT, ElCom and EMIR.

Who is it for:
  • Wholesale trading back office & compliance officers.
  • Organised Market Places (OMPs), both over-the-counter (OTC) venues (Organised Trading Facilities [OTFs] e.g. brokers) and cleared venues (RRMs e.g. exchanges).
  • Companies reporting on behalf of third parties, including counterparties, clients and energy customers.

For wholesale trading back office & compliance officers:

  • Centralised real-time monitoring and control of your reported data for all European regulatory regimes: REMIT, ElCom and EMIR.
  • Access to and control of reporting made on your behalf by venues and counterparties.
  • Full support for delegated reporting for third parties, including on-line access for counterparties, clients and energy customers to dashboards, thus enabling easy fulfilment of third-party reporting disclosure requirements.

For Organised Market Places:

  • ‘Plug-and-play’ access to the industry’s standard reporting infrastructure, ensuring that clients’ reporting obligations can easily be met.
  • Connection to your clients’ preferred reporting service.
  • Free of charge.

- electronic Regulatory Reporting for SMT


The SMT service is designed to ensure that SMT companies can comply with regulations and meet their reporting responsibilities and requirements, and also facilitates an easier, faster and less labour-intensive process for the reporting company.

Who is it for:
  • SMTs that require a relationship with one or more wholesale energy trader(s).
  • Companies reporting on behalf of SMTs, including counterparties, clients and energy customers.

For SMTs: 

  • Receive free access to the reporting service used by major energy suppliers that report on your behalf.
  • Use your own on-line account, you can monitor what is being reported in your name and see the responses from the regulator.
  • View a clear summary of your reported trades, per reporter and per jurisdiction.
  • Monitor on-line and/or easily download reported data.
  • Gain full access to the underlying details of reported trades as well as the status of all reports submitted.

For companies reporting on behalf of SMTs:

  • Achieve more from your use of eRR at no additional cost and with no extra effort.
  • You automatically meet your obligation to inform clients of what has been reported to regulators in their name.
  • Provide your clients with on-line access so that they can see and monitor reports you have made on their behalf using eRR.
  • A standardised activity report is made available with full drill-down flexibility.

- electronic Trade Monitoring


eTM is delivered ‘data ready’ as a cloud service, avoiding the need for complex product implementation and data integration. It thus allows users to focus on their business rather than on the technical complexities of implementing a solution. eTM includes a constant flow of high-quality data – orders and trades, whether traded on exchange, via a broker, or bilaterally. We have addressed the complex task of collecting data from multiple sources and integrating it into a homogenous dataset that is ready for analysis.

Who is it for:
  • Wholesale trading compliance officers

For wholesale trading compliance officers:

  • This service is ‘data ready’ – you can test trial the service and use it immediately to analyse your data.
  • Access top-ranked abuse patterns prioritised by and developed with the eTM community.
  • Gain and share knowledge as part of the largest EU energy trade monitoring community.
  • Stay up to date on industry best practice by participating in the eTM community.
  • Automatically add new markets to the analysis simply by starting to trade in them.

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