Additional reason for trade publication type specified in TrdRegPublicationType <2669>.
Reasons may be specific to regulatory trade publication rules.
0 = No preceding order in book as transaction price set within average spread of a liquid instrument
Per MiFIR Article 4(1)(b)(i) the obligation to place a public order can be waived for transactions of liquid instruments on "systems that formalise negotiated transactions which are made within the current volume weighted spread reflected on the order book or the quotes of the market makers of the trading venue operating that system, subject to the conditions set out in Article 5" of MiFIR on volume caps. "Liquid markets" as per MiFIR Article 2(17)(b) are assessed by the regulator for the purposes of MiFIR Articles 4, 5 and 14. For ESMA RTS 1, RTS 6 and RTS 22 this is the waiver "NLIQ" flag.
1 = No preceding order in book as transaction price depends on system-set reference price for an illiquid instrument
Per MiFIR Article 4(1)(b)(ii) the obligation to place a public order can be waived for "negotiated transactions which are in an illiquid share, depositary receipt, ETF, certificate or other similar financial instrument that does not fall within the meaning of a liquid market, and are dealt within a percentage of a suitable reference price, being a percentage and a reference price set in advance by the system operator." For ESMA RTS 1, this is the "OILQ" flag.
2 = No preceding order in book as transaction price is for transaction subject to conditions other than current market price
Per MiFIR Article 4(1)(b)(iii), the obligation to place a public order can be waived in "systems that formalise negotiated transactions which are subject to conditions other than the current market price of that financial instrument." For ESMA RTS1, RTS 6 and RTS 22 this is the waiver flag "PRIC".
3 = No public price for preceding order as public reference price was used for matching orders
Per MiFIR Article 4(1)(a) the obligation to place a public order can be waived for "systems matching orders based on a trading methodology by which the price of the financial instrument is derived from the trading venue where that financial instrument was first admitted to trading or the most relevant market in terms of liquidity, where that reference price is widely published and is regarded by market participants as a reliable reference price." For ESMA RTS 1, RTS 6 and RTS 22 this is the waiver flag "RFPT".
4 = No public price quoted as instrument is illiquid
According to MiFIR Article 4(1)(b)(ii) and Article 14(1) the obligation to publish the quote prior to closing the trade may be waived if it was made in an illiquid instrument. However, according to MiFIR Article 14(1) and Article 18(2), systematic internalisers shall still disclose quotes to their clients upon request. This obligation may also be waived in case of bonds, structured finance products, emission allowances and derivatives. For ESMA RTS 1, RTS 2, RTS 6 and RTS 22 this is the waiver flag "ILQD".
5 = No public price quoted due to "Size"
In the context of ESMA, as per MiFIR Article 4(1)(c) and Article 14(2), the systematic internaliser was not obliged to quote prior to closing the trade as the trade was above the standard market size. In accordance to MiFIR Article 9(1)(b) and Article 18(10), market operators, investment firms and systematic internalisers may be waived, in accordance to guidance from the Competent Authorities, from making public prices for derivative instruments which are above a side specific to the instrument. For ESMA RTS 1, RTS 2, RTS 6 and RTS 22 this is the waiver flag "SIZE".
6 = Deferral due to "Large in Scale"
Per MiFID Article 14, publication deferral is permitted if the transaction is large in scale compared to a standard market size, as set in RTS 1/Annex II (thresholds for "large in scale") and RTS 2/Annex III ("LIS and SSTI thresholds"). For ESMA RTS 1 and RTS 2, this is the "LRGS" flag.
7 = Deferral due to "Illiquid Instrument"
Publication deferral is permitted if the transaction's instrument is illiquid, as defined by regulator's stipulation. For ESMA RTS 2, this is the "ILQD" flag.
8 = Deferral due to "Size Specific"
Per MiFIR Article 11, publication deferral is permitted if the transaction is greater than the stipulated 'Size Specific to the financial instrument' threshold. For ESMA RTS 2, this is the "SIZE" flag.
9 = No public price and/or size quoted as transaction is "large in scale"
In the context of ESMA, as per MiFIR Article 4(1)(c) and Article 9(1)(a), the trading venue was not obliged to quote prior to closing the trade as the order size was above normal market size.
10 = No public price and/or size quoted due to order being hidden
In the ccontext of ESMA, as per MiFIR Article 4(1)(d) and Article 9(1)(a), a transaction arising from an order that was not fully pre-trade transparent due to all or part of it being held in a trading venue order management facility, such as a reserve order.
11 = Exempted due to securities financing transaction
Per ESMA RTS 22, Annex I, Table 2, Field 65: a transaction which "falls within the scope of activity but is exempted from reporting under Securities Financing Transaction Regulation".
12 = Exempted due to European System of Central Banks (ESCB) policy transaction
Per ESMA RTS2, Article 14(1), and Article 15(1): "A transaction shall be considered to be entered into by a member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) in performance of monetary, foreign exchange and financial stability policy [is exempted from publication] … [The regulation] shall not apply to the following types of transaction entered into by a member of the ESCB for the performance of one of the tasks referred to in Article 14: transaction entered into for the management of its own funds; transaction entered into for administrative purposes or for the staff of the member of the ESCB which include transactions conducted in the capacity as administrator of a pension scheme for its staff; transactions entered into for its investment portfolio pursuant to obligations under national law."
13 = Exception due to report by paper
Incomplete report due to submission by paper (form). In the context of US CAT this is Form T pursuant to FINRA Trade Reporting Rules.
14 = Exception due to trade with non-reporting party
Incomplete report due to counterparty of the reporting party being absent. In the context of US CAT this is when a trade was executed by a non-FINRA member and reported to the TRF by the FINRA member counterparty.
15 = Exception due to intra-firm order
Incomplete report due to intra–firm order filled from firm’s proprietary account.