The UPI is expected to become globally reportable to Trade Repositories from late 2022 onwards, and as such the fee model principles set out in this first of two consultation papers, will be key in determining the path forward.
The first consultation seeking to obtain feedback on the assumptions and proposals that will underpin the fee model for the Unique Product Identifier (UPI) closed on 5th March 2021. The first consultation paper can still be accessed by using the button on the right.
The DSB hosted two explanatory webinars on Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd February. To access the webinar presentation pack and the webinar recordings please select the relevant buttons on the right.
DSB User Survey
The DSB sought views on two key items in a short survey in March/April 2021. The two questions on which the DSB requested information were:
- Whether you expect to programmatically create or search for data (OTC ISIN only, CFI/UPI/ OTC ISIN together, UPI only)
- Whether you expect to download free-to-use files, and/or manually create or search for data
The survey closed at 5pm UTC on Friday 9th April 2021.
List of public and anonymized responses to consultation with links to PDF files:
Feedback received outside of consultations:
|Publication of DSB UPI Consultation Paper 1 (CP1)||Mon 11 Jan 2021|
|Explanatory Webinar 1 (for attendees in Asia + Australia)||Tue 2 Feb 2021|
|Explanatory Webinar 2||Wed 3 Feb 2021|
|Industry feedback deadline (for CP1)||Fri 5 Mar 2021|
|Publication of DSB UPI Consultation Paper 2 (CP2)||Mon 10 May 2021|
|Industry feedback deadline (for CP2)||Fri 9 Jul 2021|
|Publication of Final DSB UPI Consultation Paper||Mon 27 Sep 2021|