Document defines industry practices for common usage of the FIX Protocol for post-trade processing for all asset classes, between buy-side and sell-side that can be use bi-laterally as well as through intermediary facilities.
Approved-V0.5: Recommended Practices, produced by the Asia Pacific Exchanges & Regulatory and Technical Subcommittees to address requirements by the HK SFC which requires prior consent from clients before facilitation trades could be executed by Hong Kong licensed firms. (Updated: 20191119) Extension Pack 251 – APAC Client Facilitation Extension
This document defines industry practices for common usage of the FIX protocol for post-trade processing, for all asset classes, between buy-sides and sell-sides that can be use bi-laterally as well as through intermediary facilities.
Defines industry practices for usage of the FIX standard to facilitate parallel implementation across buys-sides, sell-sides and intermediaries. v1.0
Recommended Practices/Guidelines Template
The “FIX Security White Paper (v1.9)” is intended to provide FIX Trading Community members with some of the common questions and answers regarding computer and network security when using FIX. Its scope is limited to the FIX Protocol and transmission of FIX messages between parties; issues such as security of operating systems, internal applications, databases,...
Guide to implementation of mass quoting functionality for multiple asset classes using FIX 5.0 SP1 in an Exchange/ECN environment
The FIX Protocol Gap Analysis document proposing extensions based on the EEWG Phase I Recommended Best Practices. Included in FIX 5.0 SP1.
This document details the recommended standards for the consolidation of trade reports and market data for European equity markets. These industry-driven recommendations mark an important milestone in the development of a European Consolidated Tape. The recommendations provide guidance, explaining how trade reports could be published in a standard manner to enable data to be more...
Further refines ongoing TCA requirements across asset classes. The common goal is to provide the industry with specific guidelines to promote TCA standardization.