Multi-lateral Trading Facility (MTF)
Welcome to the 360T MTF
On 3 January 2018, the revised EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) and the accompanying Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) will take effect as applicable law across all of the European Economic Area. With many accompanying technical standards and delegated acts, this legislation has come to come to be known as MiFID II. It is part the EU’s legislative response to fulfilling on their G20 commitments to reform financial markets following the financial crisis of 2008. In particular, in addition to reporting and clearing, the G20 committed to starting a process of persuading financial markets users to shift their trading of Over The Counter derivatives onto electronic trading venues. The changes are intended to promote financial stability and are seen as means by which to increase accountability and transparency in the financial system.
In response to MIFID II, 360T has created an enhanced version of is OTC trading platform for which it has sought authorisation as a Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF). Although based in 360T’s home country, 360T MTF will be made available in all European Economic Areas (EEA) Members States and in most other countries globally. Your 360T account managers can advise where MTF will be available or if any restrictions apply.
360T MTF will offer trading in all foreign exchange financial instruments except for Spot FX as this falls outside the scope of the MiFID legislation. MTF will offer trading in FX Forwards, FX Swaps, FX options, FX non-deliverable forwards and non-deliverable swaps. 360T MTF will provide clients with greater transparency and enhanced control at every stage of the trading lifecycle, and equally enable clients to comply with their own regulatory obligations where necessary.
If you are interested in exploring the opportunities presented by 360T MTF, then please contact your account manager or write to the 360T compliance department email below, who will provide you with a copy of the MTF Supplement Agreement and Rulebook.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org