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List of codes - SWIFT ISO 15022

This page contains an overview of the codes used in certain message fields from the SWIFT ISO-15022 standard as well as a list of their respective meaning(s):
  • 0001
    • Individual: Recipient is an individual.
    • Type 1: Income effectively connected with a U.S. trade or business.
    • Type 1: Interest paid by U.S. obligors - general.

  • 0002
    • Corporation: Recipient is a corporation.
    • Type 2: Interest on real property mortgages.
    • Type 2: Exempt under an Internal Revenue Code section (income other than portfolio interest).

  • 0003
    • Type 3: Interest paid to controlling foreign corporations.
    • Type 3: Income is not from U.S. sources.
    • Partnership Other than Withholding Foreign Partnership: Recipient is a partnership other than withholding foreign partnership.

  • 0004
    • Type 4: Exempt under tax treaty.
    • Withholding Foreign Partnership or Withholding Foreign Trust: Recipient is a withholding foreign partnership or withholding foreign trust.
    • Type 4: Interest paid by foreign corporations.

  • 0005
    • Type 5: Portfolio interest exempt under an Internal Revenue Code section.
    • Type 5: Interest on tax-free covenant bonds.
    • Trust: Recipient is a trust.

  • 0006
    • Type 6: Dividends paid by U.S. corporations - general.
    • Government or international Organization: Recipient is a government or international organization.
    • Type 6: Qualified Intermediary that assumes primary withholding responsibility.

  • 0007
    • Tax-Exempt Organization: Recipient is an tax-exempt organization (IRS section 501 (a)).
    • Type 7: Dividends paid by U.S. subsidiaries to foreign parent corporations (including consent dividends).
    • Type 7: Withholding foreign partnership.

  • 0008
    • Private Foundation: Recipient is a private foundation.
    • Type 8: Dividends paid by foreign corporations.
    • Type 8: U.S. branch treated as a U.S. person.

  • 0009
    • Type 9: Capital gains.
    • Artist or Athlete: Recipient is an artist or athlete.
    • Type 9: Qualified Intermediary represents income is exempt.

  • 0010
    • Estate: Recipient is an estate.
    • Type 10: Industrial royalties.

  • 0011
    • Type 11: Motion picture or television copyright royalties.
    • U.S branch Treated as U.S. Person: Recipient is an U.S branch treated as U.S. person.

  • 0012
    • Qualified Intermediary: Recipient is a qualified intermediary.
    • Type 12: Other royalties (for example, copyright, recording, publishing).

  • 0013
    • Private Arrangement Intermediary: Recipient is a private arrangement intermediary.
    • Type 13: Real property income and natural resources royalties.

  • 0014
    • Type 14: Pensions, annuities, alimony, and/or insurance premiums.
    • Qualified Intermediary Withholding Rate Pool: Recipient is a Qualified Intermediary withholding rate pool.

  • 0015
    • Qualified Intermediary Withholding Rate Pool-Exempt Organizations: Recipient is a Qualified Intermediary withholding rate pool-exempt organizations.
    • Type 15: Scholarship or fellowship grants.

  • 0016
    • Type 16: Compensation for independent personal services.

  • 0017
    • Type 17: Compensation for dependent personal services.

  • 0018
    • Type 18: Compensation for teaching.

  • 0019
    • Type 19: Compensation during studying and training.

  • 0020
    • Type 20: Earnings as an artist or athlete.
    • Unknown Recipient: Recipient is unknown.

  • 0024
    • Type 24: Real estate investment trust (REI) distributions of capital gains.

  • 0025
    • Type 25: Trust distributions subject to IRC section 1445.

  • 0026
    • Type 26: Unsevered growing crops and timber distributions by a trust subject to IRC section 1445.

  • 0027
    • Type 27: Publicly traded partnership distributions subject to IRC section 1445.

  • 0028
    • Type 28: Gambling winnings.

  • 0029
    • Type 29: Deposit interest.

  • 0030
    • Type 30: Original issue discount (OID).

  • 0031
    • Type 31: Short OID.

  • 0032
    • Type 32: Notional principal contract income.

  • 0050
    • Type 50: Other income.

  • 144A
    • Pursuant to 144A: Ownership or transfer of an unregistered security issued, pursuant to US legal restrictions 144A.

  • 503
    • Claim: Message is a linked to a received claim.

  • 504
    • Proposal: Message is a linked to a received proposal.

  • 505
    • Substitution: Message is a linked to a received substitution request.

  • 506
    • MT 506 Collateral and Exposure Statement

  • 507
    • MT 507 Collateral Status and Processing Advice

  • 509
    • MT 509 Trade Status Message

  • 510
    • MT 510 Registration Status and Processing Advice

  • 535
    • MT 535 Statement of Holdings

  • 536
    • MT 536 Statement of Transactions

  • 537
    • MT 537 Statement of Pending Transactions

  • 538
    • MT 538 Statement of Intra-Position Advices

  • 548
    • MT 548 Settlement Status and Processing Advice

  • 558
    • MT 558 Triparty Collateral Status and Processing Advice

  • 567
    • MT 567 Corporate Action Status and Processing Advice

  • 569
    • MT 569 Triparty Collateral and Exposure Statement

  • 575
    • MT 575 Report of Combined Activity

  • 576
    • MT 576 Statement of Open Orders

  • 577
    • MT 577 Statement of Numbers

  • 586
    • MT 586 Statement of Settlement Allegements

  • A001
    • 30/360, 360/360 or Bond Basis
    • 30/360 (ISDA) or 30/360 (American Basic Rule): Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month and a 360-day year. Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month, except for February, and provided that the interest period started on a 30th or a 31st. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th if the period started on a 30th or a 31st and the 28 Feb (or 29 Feb for a leap year) is assumed to be a 28th (or 29th). It is the most commonly used 30/360 method for US straight and convertible bonds.

  • A002
    • 30/365: Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month in a way similar to the 30/360 (basic rule) and a 365-day year. Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month, except for February. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th and the 28 Feb (or 29 Feb for a leap year) is assumed to be a 28th (or 29th).

  • A003
    • 30/Actual: Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month in a way similar to the 30/360 (basic rule) and the assumed number of days in a year in a way similar to the Actual/Actual (ICMA). Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month, except for February. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th and the 28 Feb (or 29 Feb for a leap year) is assumed to be a 28th (or 29th). The assumed number of days in a year is computed as the actual number of days in the coupon period multiplied by the number of interest payments in the year.

  • A004
    • Actual/360: Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days in the interest period and a 360-day year.
    • Actual/360 (28-31/360)

  • A005
    • Actual/365 (Fixed): Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days in the interest period and a 365-day year.

  • A006
    • Actual/Actual (ICMA): Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days and the assumed number of days in a year, that is, the actual number of days in the coupon period multiplied by the number of interest payments in the year. If the coupon period is irregular (first or last coupon), it is extended or split into quasi interest periods that have the length of a regular coupon period and the computation is operated separately on each quasi interest period and the intermediate results are summed up.

  • A007
    • 30E/360 or Eurobond basis: Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month and a 360-day year. Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th and the 28 Feb (or 29 Feb for a leap year) is assumed to be equivalent to a 30 Feb. However, if the last day of the maturity coupon period is the last day of February, it will not be assumed to be a 30th. It is a variation of the 30/360 (ICMA) method commonly used for eurobonds. The usage of this variation is only relevant when the coupon periods are scheduled to end on the last day of the month.
    • 30E/360 or Eurobond Basis

  • A008
    • Actual/365 or Actual/Actual (28-31/365-6)
    • Actual/Actual (ISDA): Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days of the interest period that fall on a normal year, divided by 365, added to the actual number of days of the interest period that fall on a leap year, divided by 366.

  • A009
    • Actual/365L or Actual/Actual (basic rule): Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days and a 365-day year (if the coupon payment date is NOT in a leap year) or a 366-day year (if the coupon payment date is in a leap year).
    • Actual/365 (fixed) (28-31/365)

  • A010
    • Actual/Actual (AFB): Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days and a 366-day year (if 29 Feb falls in the coupon period) or a 365-day year (if 29 Feb does not fall in the coupon period). If a coupon period is longer than one year, it is split by repetitively separating full year sub-periods counting backwards from the end of the coupon period (a year backwards from a 28 Feb being 29 Feb, if it exists). The first of the sub-periods starts on the start date of the accrued interest period and thus is possibly shorter than a year. Then the interest computation is operated separately on each sub-period and the intermediate results are summed up.

  • A011
    • 30/360 (ICMA) or 30/360 (basic rule): Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month and a 360-day year. Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month, except for February. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th and the 28 Feb (or 29 Feb for a leap year) is assumed to be a 28th (or 29th). It is the most commonly used 30/360 method for non-US straight and convertible bonds issued before 01/01/1999.

  • A012
    • 30E2/360 or Eurobond basis model 2: Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month and a 360-day year. Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month, except for the last day of February whose day of the month value shall be adapted to the value of the first day of the interest period if the latter is higher and if the period is one of a regular schedule. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th and the 28th Feb of a non-leap year is assumed to be equivalent to a 29th Feb when the first day of the interest period is a 29th, or to a 30th Feb when the first day of the interest period is a 30th or a 31st. The 29th Feb of a leap year is assumed to be equivalent to a 30th Feb when the first day of the interest period is a 30th or a 31st. Similarly, if the coupon period starts on the last day of February, it is assumed to produce only one day of interest in February as if it was starting on a 30th Feb when the end of the period is a 30th or a 31st, or two days of interest in February when the end of the period is a 29th, or 3 days of interest in February when it is the 28th Feb of a non-leap year and the end of the period is before the 29th.

  • A013
    • 30E3/360 or Eurobond basis model 3: Method whereby interest is calculated based on a 30-day month and a 360-day year. Accrued interest to a value date on the last day of a month shall be the same as to the 30th calendar day of the same month. This means that a 31st is assumed to be a 30th and the 28 Feb (or 29 Feb for a leap year) is assumed to be equivalent to a 30 Feb. It is a variation of the 30E/360 (or Eurobond basis) method where the last day of February is always assumed to be a 30th, even if it is the last day of the maturity coupon period.

  • A014
    • Actual/365NL or Actual/365 No Leap: Method whereby interest is calculated based on the actual number of accrued days in the interest period, excluding any leap day from the count, and a 365-day year.

  • AADJ
    • Automatic/Manual Settlement Adjustment: Automatic/manual settlement adjustment.

  • ABEC
    • EBA EURO Clearing (EBA): Settle money through EBA EURO Clearing (EBA).

  • ABRD
    • Abroad: Financial instruments are held in a safekeeping account abroad.

  • ABST
    • Abstain: Vote expressed as abstain. In this case, the issuing company will add the number of shares to the quorum of the meeting. If the voting right is not executed, it will not be added to the quorum. In this case, code NOAC should be used.

  • ACCI
    • Accredited Investor: The holder of the security irrevocably certifies that it is an Accredited Investor as defined in US Securities and Exchange Commission Regulation D.
    • Accredited Investor: The holder of the security has to irrevocably certify that it is an Accredited Investor as defined in US Securities and Exchange Commission Regulation D.

  • ACCOUNT (Block code)
    • Accounting Information

  • ACCP
    • Partly Accepted: A part of the collateral is accepted, a part rejected.

  • ACCT
    • Accounting: Statement is an accounting statement.
    • Accepted: Collateral specified is accepted.
    • Accepted: The claim, substitution, proposal is fully accepted.

  • ACCTINFO (Block code)
    • Account Information

  • ACCU
    • Accumulation: Funds related event in which the income (for example accumulation units) that accrues during an accounting period is retained within the fund instead of being paid away to investors. The retained income is nonetheless deemed to have been distributed to investors for tax purposes.

  • ACLA
    • Automatic Market Claims: Will automatically give rise to market claims by the account servicer (typically, a CSD).

  • ACLI
    • Account Limitation: Participant's account limitation.

  • ACRU
    • Accrued Interest Amount: Accrued interest amount does not match.

  • ACTCURR (Block code)
    • Activity Information Per Currency

  • ACTINFO (Block code)
    • Activity Information Per Transaction

  • ACTU
    • Actual Rate: Rate is actual.
    • Actual: Payment will be made upon actual receipt of funds.
    • Actual: Price expressed as an amount of currency per unit or per share.
    • Actual Amount: Price expressed as an amount of currency per unit or per share.
    • Actual Payment: Result of funds actually collected from issuer.

  • ACTV
    • Trading Status: Active: Trading in the security has commenced or security has been re-activated after a suspension in trading.

  • ADDB
    • Additional Business Process: Message sent to notify an additional business process to a corporate action.

  • ADDINFO (Block code)
    • Additional Information

  • ADDRESS (Block code)
    • Address

  • ADEA
    • Account Servicer Deadline Missed: Received after the account servicer's deadline. Processed on best effort basis.
    • Account Servicer Deadline Missed: Instruction was received after the account servicer's deadline. Processed on best effort basis.
    • Account Servicer Deadline Missed: Instruction was received after the Receiver's deadline.
    • Account Servicer Deadline Missed: Received after the account servicer's deadline.
    • Account Servicer Deadline Missed: Instruction was received after the account servicer's deadline.

  • ADHO
    • Ad-Hoc: Statement is sent following a request by the Receiver.

  • ADVD
    • Advice: Message sent for an instruction by the counterparty that has not yet been matched.

  • AFBA
    • AFB Agreement: French Banker's Association Agreement.

  • AFFI
    • Affirmed: Status of the transaction is affirmed.
    • Affirmed: Confirmation of the trade has been affirmed.

  • AFTE
    • After: Indicates that the message is to be processed after the linked message.

  • AFWD
    • Forward Foreign Exchange. The FX is a forward/hedge executed for a future date at a set price. The contract is opened and closed for the same value date resulting in a gain or loss. The result can be settled by netting the local base or both currencies, or by settling the gross/principal amount.

  • AGEN
    • Agent: Acting as an agent for tax liability.
    • Acting as Agent: Party is acting on behalf of his client.
    • Trading as Agent: Party is trading on behalf of his client.

  • AGRE
    • Agreement

  • ALLDET (Block code)
    • Allegement Details

  • ALLL
    • All: SSI update notification is to be distributed to all SWIFT users.

  • ALLP
    • All Places of Safekeeping: Used when there is a need to indicate that the details apply to all places of safekeeping where the financial instrument is held.
    • All Places of Safekeeping: Used when there is a need to indicate that the details apply to all places of safekeeping where the stock is held.

  • ALNO
    • All or None: A round-lot market or limit-price order which must be executed in its entirety or not at all; unlike 'fill or kill', these orders are not cancelled if not executed as soon as received.

  • AMER
    • American Style: Option can be exercised before or on expiry date.

  • AMGT
    • Vote Against Management: Vote against management.

  • AMND
    • Amendment: Amended Netting Position Advice message.

  • AMOR
    • Amortised Value: Quantity expressed as an amount representing the current amortised face amount of a bond, for example, a periodic reduction/increase of a bond's principal amount.

  • AMT (Block code)
    • Amount
    • Amounts

  • AMT1
    • Amount: Checks on the amount of the securities have failed for at least one security.

  • ANNU
    • Annual: Frequency is annual.
    • Annual: Payment frequency is annual.
    • Annual: Annual payment cycle.

  • ANYA
    • Any and All

  • ANYY
    • Any: Any market area.

  • AOLF
    • Fully Allocated: Instruction has been fully covered by collateral.

  • AOLP
    • Partially Allocated: Instruction has been partially covered by collateral.

  • APCP
    • Settlement Instructions for Amounts Payable by the Loan/Deposit Counterparty

  • APFM
    • Settlement Instructions for Amounts Payable by the Investor

  • APMT
    • Against Payment: Against payment.
    • Against Payment: Counterparty's instruction is against payment.

  • APPD
    • Approved: Approved at the relevant meeting, for example, dividend.
    • Approved: Approved at the relevant meeting or through consent or according to the terms of the CA event, for example, dividend.

  • ARNU
    • Alien Registration Number: Number assigned by a government agency to identify foreign nationals.

  • ARTI
    • ARTIS (AT): Settle money through ARTIS (AT).

  • ASET
    • Settlement contract. The FX is a physical settlement in which both the buy and sell currencies will move on the settlement (value) day.

  • ASGN
    • Assignment: Transfer of ownership of the asset to another party during the closing of an option.
    • Assignment: Transfer ownership of the asset to another party.

  • ASOC
    • Associates/Couples: Associates/couples.

  • ASTM
    • Agreement Start Date Invalid Or Missing: Agreement start date is missing.

  • ASVO
    • Account Servicer Option: Option is offered by the account servicer only.

  • ATTI
    • Attachment: Combination of different security types to create a unit. Units are usually comprised of warrants and bonds or warrants and equities. Securities may be combined at the request of the security holder or based on market convention.

  • ATXF
    • Subject to Transformation: As a result of the Corporate Action, all transactions in the underlying security will be cancelled by the system and replaced with transactions in the outturn resource(s).

  • AUCL
    • Payment Delivery System/RITF-RTGS (AU): Settle money through Payment Delivery System/RITF-RTGS (AU).

  • AUCT
    • Auctions: Orders that are traded in regularly occurring auctions: orders are accumulated and executed on the basis of defined algorithms.

  • AUTH
    • Sent to Tax Authorities: Tax reclaim has been sent to the tax authorities.
    • Sent to Tax Authorities: For tax reclaim, the event is pending because the reclaim is sent to the tax authorities.

  • AUTO
    • Automatic Allocation: Allocation of the collateral is made automatically.

  • AVAI
    • Available: Sub-balance reported quantity is available.
    • Available Sub-balance: Financial instruments are available for any purpose.

  • AVER
    • Average Price: Price is an average price.
    • Average Execution: Price is an average execution price.
    • Average Execution Price: Price is an average execution price.

  • AVOV
    • Override of the Average Price: Price is an override of the average price.

  • AVPS
    • AVP (NZ): Settle money through AVP (NZ).

  • AWAS
    • Available With No Additional Status: Balance of financial instruments that are freely available with no specific additional status.

  • AWMO
    • Awaiting Money: Financial instruments are delivered, but still awaiting money from the counterparty.

  • AWSH
    • Awaiting Securities from Counterparty: Financial instruments have not yet been received from the counterparty (if receive against payment trade), the money has been delivered.
    • Awaiting Securities from Counterparty: Financial instruments have not yet been received from the counterparty (if receive against payment), the money has been delivered.
    • Awaiting Securities from Counterparty: Financial instruments have not yet been received from the counterparty.

  • BAGN
    • Acting as Agent for Customer and Other Person: Party is acting as an agent for both customer and another person.

  • BASK
    • Basket Trade: Transaction is a single order to buy and sell several financial instruments for the purpose of simultaneous buying and selling. Baskets are often used for a set of 15 or more financial instruments and play a role in arbitrage activity.

  • BATC
    • Processing Batch Repair: Unrecognised or invalid processing batch, that is, daytime/real-time while only possible to settle in overnight batch.
    • Processing Batch Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid processing batch, that is, daytime/real-time while only possible to settle in overnight batch.
    • Processing Batch Difference: Processing batch differs in the counterparty's instruction, for example, daytime/real-time versus overnight.

  • BBAA
    • BBA Agreement: British Banker's Association Agreement.

  • BCBL
    • Board Lots: Trade was executed on board lots; not set for odd lots (UK specific).
    • Board Lots: Trade is to be executed on board lots; not set for odd lots (UK specific).

  • BCBN
    • Bad Names: Trade was executed on bad names, not set for good names (UK specific).
    • Bad Names: Trade is to be executed on bad names, not set for good names (UK specific).

  • BCFD
    • Form of Delivery: Not for foreign registration when unset (UK specific).

  • BCOL
    • Other Collateral: Either a Bank Guarantee or Letter of Credit.
    • Other Collateral Details

  • BCPD
    • Place of Delivery: In country of incorporation when unset (UK specific).

  • BCRO
    • Result of Option When Set: Result of option when set (UK specific).

  • BCRP
    • Result of Repo When Set: Result of repo when set (UK specific).

  • BCSE
    • Buy Contra Short Exempt: Order to buy contra short exempt.

  • BCSH
    • Buy Contra Short: Order to buy contra short.

  • BEAR
    • Bearer Security: Financial instruments are in bearer form.
    • Bearer Share Exchange: Exchange from registered shares into bearer shares.

  • BEFO
    • Before: Indicates that the message is to be processed before the linked message.

  • BELS
    • ELLIPS (BE): Settle money through ELLIPS (BE).

  • BENO
    • Beneficial Ownership Disagreement: Disagreement in beneficial ownership.

  • BENODET (Block code)
    • Beneficial Owner Details

  • BERE
    • Bearer to Registered: Change from bearer into registered form.

  • BFWD
    • Bond Forward: Any securities traded out beyond 3 days which include treasury notes, JGBs and Gilts.

  • BIDS
    • Reverse Rights: Distribution of reverser rights.
    • Repurchase Offer/Issuer Bid/Reverse Rights: Offer to existing holders by the issuing company to repurchase its own securities. The objective of the offer is to reduce the number of outstanding securities.

  • BLCA
    • Blocked Corporate Action: Balance of financial instrument blocked following a corporate action, including proxy activities.

  • BLCH
    • Block Trade Child: Transaction is a block trade child.

  • BLKO
    • Block Order: Trade is a block trade, allocation instructions will follow.

  • BLOC
    • Account Blocked: Your account is blocked, no instruction can settle over the account.

  • BLOK
    • Blocked Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that are blocked.

  • BLOT
    • Blocked Trading: Balance of financial instruments that are blocked for trading.

  • BLOV
    • Blocked Authenticity: Balance of financial instruments that are blocked for verification of authenticity.

  • BLPA
    • Block Trade Parent: Transaction is a block trade parent.

  • BMET
    • Bond Holder Meeting: Physical meeting of bond holders.

  • BMIN
    • Buy Minus: Order to buy at a price lower than the current market price. This is an order to buy a stated amount of a financial instrument provided that its price is not higher than the last sale if the last sale was a minus or zero minus tick, not higher than the last sale minus the minimum fractional change in the stock if the last sale was a plus or zero plus tick. The price limit indicates the highest price at which the order can be executed.

  • BOFI
    • BOF (FI): Settle money through BOF (FI).

  • BOIS
    • Missing Beneficiary Owner Details: Rejected due to missing beneficiary owner details.
    • Pending Beneficiary Owner Details: Pending receipt of beneficiary owner details.
    • Beneficiary Owner Instruction: Indicates that the holder needs to instruct at beneficiary owner level only.

  • BOJS
    • Bank of Japan System: Settle money through Bank of Japan System.

  • BOKW
    • Bank of Korea Wire: Settle money through Bank of Korea Wire.

  • BOLE
    • Borrowing/Lending Activity: Transaction relates to lending/borrowing.

  • BONU
    • Bonus Issue/Capitalisation Issue: Security holders receive additional assets free of payment from the issuer, in proportion to their holding.
    • Bonus Issue/Capitalisation Issue: Bonus or capitalisation issue. Security holders receive additional assets free of payment from the issuer, in proportion to their holding.
    • Bonus Issue: Bonus or capitalisation issue. Security holders receive additional assets free of payment from the issuer, in proportion to their holding.
    • Bonus Rights: Distribution of bonus rights.

  • BORR
    • Borrowed Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that have been borrowed from another party.
    • The Sender, or the institution/corporate on behalf of which the message is sent is the borrower (receives the principal amount and pays the interest).

  • BOTH
    • Both Instructions on Hold: Counterparty's instruction and your instruction are on hold/frozen/in a preadvice mode.

  • BPAR
    • Business Partner Number Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid Business Partner Number.

  • BPLG
    • Basic Pledge: Basic pledge.

  • BPRJ
    • Bid or Order Price Rejection: Bid or order price not within the price bands (high - low).

  • BPUT
    • Put Redemption: Early redemption of a security at the election of the holder subject to the terms and condition of the issue with no reduction in nominal value.
    • Put Redemption: Early redemption of a bond at the election of the bondholder subject to the terms and condition of the issue with no reduction in nominal value.

  • BREAK (Block code)
    • Quantity Breakdown

  • BREF
    • Bank Reference Number Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid Bank Reference Number.

  • BRKR
    • Broker to Broker Trade: Transaction is a trade from a broker to another broker.
    • Broker: Settlement standing instruction database to be used is the broker's database.

  • BRLI
    • BIREL (IT): Settle money through BIREL (IT).

  • BRUP
    • Bankruptcy: Legal status of a company unable to pay creditors. Bankruptcy is involuntary and usually involves a formal court ruling. The securities may become valueless.
    • Bankruptcy: Legal status of a company unable to pay creditors. Bankruptcy involves formal court ruling. Securities may become valueless.
    • Bankruptcy: Legal status of a company unable to pay creditors. Bankruptcy usually involves a formal court ruling. Securities may become valueless.

  • BSBK
    • Buy Sell Back: Relates to a buy sell back transaction.

  • BSPL
    • Bonus Share Plan: Receive equities from the Share Premium Reserve of the company and considered as a capital distribution rather than a disbursement of income with different tax implications (typically found in Australia).

  • BTEX
    • Best Execution: Trade was executed at best execution.
    • Best Execution: Trade to be executed at best execution.

  • BTMI
    • Bought Minus: Bought minus indicator.

  • BUSE
    • Type of Order Repair: Unrecognised or invalid type of order.
    • Type of Order Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid type of order.

  • BUTC
    • Buy to Cover: Transaction is a buy to cover.
    • Buy to Cover: Settlement transaction is a buy to cover.

  • BUYA
    • Buy Up: Buy additional securities to round up position.

  • BUYI
    • Buy: Transaction is a purchase of financial instrument.
    • Buy: Transaction is a purchase of financial instrument by the instructing party.
    • Buy: The sender of the message is sending an order to buy.

  • BUYU
    • Buy Up: Buy securities up to next whole number.

  • BWIT
    • Back Up Withholding: Withholding tax related to payments subject to Back up Withholding.

  • BYIY
    • Buy-in Procedure: A buy-in procedure has started on the market (on your behalf if your instruction is a receipt, by the counterparty if your instruction is a delivery).
    • Buy In: The transaction relates to a buy-in by the market following a delivery transaction failure.

  • BYSTAREA (Block code)
    • Statement by Status/Reason and/or by Financial Instrument

  • CACK
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Repo call request is acknowledged/accepted.

  • CACONF (Block code)
    • Corporate Action Confirmation

  • CADE
    • Transaction Call Delay Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid transaction call delay.
    • Disagreement Transaction Call Delay: Transaction call delay does not match.
    • Transaction Call Delay Repair: Unrecognised or invalid transaction call delay.
    • Repurchase Call Delay Repair: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase call delay.
    • Repurchase Call Delay Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase call delay.
    • Disagreement Repurchase Call Delay: Repurchase call delay does not match.

  • CADETL (Block code)
    • Corporate Action Details

  • CADJ
    • Swap/Substitution: Relates to a repo collateral substitution.
    • Collateral Adjustment: Change to collateral.

  • CAEV
    • Corporate Action Rejection: Corporate action pending on the financial instrument instructed.
    • Corporate Action Repair: Corporate action pending on the financial instrument instructed.

  • CAGN
    • Crossing as Agent: Party is crossing on behalf of his client.

  • CAINST (Block code)
    • Corporate Action Instruction

  • CAIS
    • Awaiting Securities: Awaiting securities from a corporate action issue or other procedure, for example, conversion, dematerialisation, exchange, registration, stamping, splitting.
    • Awaiting Securities: Awaiting financial instruments from a corporate action issue or other procedure, for example, conversion, dematerialisation, exchange, registration, stamping, splitting.

  • CALD
    • In Process: Repo call is in process.

  • CALL
    • Call: Trade executed following the exercise of a call option on the security.
    • Call: Trade to be executed following the exercise of a call option on the security.
    • To Call: Transaction was effected at yield to call.
    • Repo Call: Relates to a change in the closing or maturity date or the providing of the termination date for an open repo.
    • Call Option: A right to buy a defined quantity of an asset by a certain date at an agreed price.
    • Call Option: Call option.
    • Call: Indicates whether the issuer has the right to repay the financial instrument prior to maturity.

  • CALP
    • Processed: Repo call is processed.

  • CAN1
    • Cancellation1: Pending cancellation; only one side has been input and a cancellation request has been sent.
    • Pending Cancellation. Only One Side Input: Pending cancellation; only one side has been input and a cancellation request has been sent.

  • CAN2
    • Cancellation2: Pending cancellation; both sides have been input, the trade has not yet been matched, and one side has sent a cancellation request.
    • Pending Cancellation. Both Sides Input: Pending cancellation; both sides have been input, the trade has not yet been matched, and one side has sent a cancellation request.

  • CAN3
    • Cancellation3: Pending cancellation; both sides have been input, the trade is matched, and one side has sent a cancellation request.
    • Pending Cancellation. Both Sides Input. Matched: Pending cancellation; both sides have been input, the trade is matched, and one side has sent a cancellation request.

  • CANC
    • This is a request to cancel a previously sent confirmation of the execution of an order to buy or sell.
    • This is a request to cancel a previously sent instruction
    • Cancellation Request: Message requesting the cancellation of a previously sent message, because of a mistake by the sender or because the alleging party cancelled its instruction.
    • Cancelled: Option is not valid; it has been cancelled by the market or service provider, and cannot be responded to. Any responses already processed against this option are considered void and new responses will be required.
    • Cancellation Advice: Message to cancel a corporate action event previously announced by the account servicer or a previously sent Preliminary Advice of Payment message (:22F::ADDB//CAPA in sequence D).
    • Cancellation Request: Message requesting the cancellation of a previously sent message.
    • Cancellation: Cancelled Netting Position Advice message.
    • This is a request to cancel a previously sent instruction for a loan/deposit.

  • CAND
    • Cancellation Completed: Cancellation has been completed.
    • Cancelled: Allegement has been cancelled since the previous delta statement. The allegement was cancelled because of a mistake by the sender or because the alleging party cancelled its instruction.
    • Cancelled: Instruction has been cancelled (in an MT548, as an answer to an MT549 instruction status request).
    • Cancellation Completed: Cancellation request has been completed.
    • Cancelled: Instruction has been cancelled.
    • Instruction Cancelled: Instruction has been cancelled.
    • Cancelled: Instruction is cancelled.

  • CANI
    • Cancelled By Yourselves: Instruction has been cancelled as per your request.

  • CANO
    • Cancelled by Another Party: Instruction has been cancelled by another party than the instructing party, for example market infrastructure such as a Stock Exchange.

  • CANP
    • Pending Cancellation: Cancellation request is pending on the instruction.
    • Pending Cancellation: Cancellation request is pending. It is not known at this time whether cancellation can be affected.
    • Pending Cancellation: A cancellation request from yourself for this instruction is pending waiting for further processing.
    • Pending Cancellation: A cancellation request from yourself for this instruction is pending, waiting for further processing.
    • Pending Cancellation: Cancellation request from yourself for this instruction is pending waiting for further processing.
    • Pending Cancellation: Cancellation is pending. It is not known at this time whether cancellation can be affected.
    • Pending Cancellation: A cancellation request from yourself for this instruction is pending waiting for further processing (in an MT548, as an answer to an MT549 instruction status request).

  • CANR
    • Cancellation/Confirmation Request: A cancellation or confirmation of instruction is required.

  • CANS
    • Cancelled By System: Instruction has been cancelled by the settlement system.
    • Cancelled By System: Instruction has been cancelled by the system.

  • CANT
    • Cancelled due to Transformation: Original instruction has been cancelled and replaced due to a Corporate Action.

  • CANZ
    • Cancelled due to Split/Partial Settlement: Original instruction has been cancelled and replaced to allow a partial or split settlement.

  • CAOPTN (Block code)
    • Corporate Action Options

  • CAOS
    • Corporate Action Option Applicability: The option applicability is not subject to the account owner decision but depends on the terms defined by the issuer, for example in the case of Equity Linked Notes or warrants.

  • CAPA
    • Preliminary Advice of Payment: The message is a preliminary advice of payment.

  • CAPD
    • Capital Distribution: The Corporate event pays shareholders an amount in cash issued from the Capital account. There is no reduction to the face value of a single share (or the share has no par value). The number of circulating shares remains unchanged.

  • CAPG
    • Capital Gains Distribution: Distribution of profits resulting from the sale of company assets, for example, Shareholders of Mutual Funds, Unit Trusts, or Sicavs are recipients of capital gains distributions which are often reinvested in additional shares of the fund.
    • Capital Gains Distribution: Distribution of profits resulting from the sale of securities. Shareholders of mutual funds, unit trusts, or sicavs may be recipients of capital gains distributions which are often reinvested in additional equity of the fund.

  • CAPI
    • Capitalisation: Increase of the current principal of a debt instrument without increasing the nominal value. It normally arises from the incorporation of due but unpaid interest into the principal. This is commonly done by increasing the pool factor value, for example, capitalisation, and negative amortisation.

  • CAPO
    • Capital Portion: Rate relating to the underlying security for which capital is distributed.

  • CARE
    • Carefully: Order that is not to be executed as a whole because it may disturb the price.

  • CASE
    • Cash and Securities: Corporate action option includes a distribution of both cash and securities to holders.

  • CASH
    • Cash: Settlement is to be completed Cash (TOD/T+0).
    • Cash: Distribution of cash to holders.
    • Cash: Instruction is meant to cure a cash fail, but no cash fail position exists in the transaction.
    • Cash Account Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid cash account.
    • Cash Account Repair: Unrecognised or invalid cash account.
    • Cash: Bank to bank cash movements.
    • Clean Cash Activity: Transaction relates to clean cash.
    • Cash: SSI Update notification is for a cash SSI.

  • CASHACCT (Block code)
    • Cash Account Activity

  • CASHDET (Block code)
    • Cash Only Movement Details

  • CASHMOVE (Block code)
    • Cash Movement
    • Cash Movements

  • CASHSECDET (Block code)
    • Cash and Securities Movement Details

  • CASHSET (Block code)
    • Cash Settlement Details

  • CASHSET1 (Block code)
    • Cash Settlement Details

  • CAST
    • Cancellation Request Status: Message reporting on a cancellation request status.

  • CASY
    • Impossible Cash Settlement System: Disagreement on cash settlement system.
    • Impossible Cash Settlement System: Impossible standing arrangements override instruction for the cash settlement system.
    • Cash Settlement System Repair: Impossible standing arrangements override instruction for the cash settlement system.
    • Cash Settlement System Rejection: Impossible standing arrangements override instruction for the cash settlement system.

  • CBCO
    • Central Bank Credit Operations: Exposures related to activity with central banks.

  • CBNS
    • Cum Bonus: Trade executed cum bonus.
    • Cum Bonus: Trade is to be executed cum bonus.
    • Cum Bonus: Trade is executed cum bonus.
    • Cum Bonus: Trade was executed cum bonus.

  • CCFA
    • Client Cash Flow: Cash movement relates to client cash flow (contribution or withdrawal).

  • CCIR
    • Cross Currency IRS: Cross Currency Interest Rate Swap, indicating the exchange of fixed interest payments in one currency for those in another.

  • CCOL
    • Cash Collateral: Collateral is cash.
    • Cash Collateral Details

  • CCPC
    • CCP Collateral: Collateral covering the initial margin requirements for OTC trades cleared through a CCP.

  • CCPN
    • Cum Coupon: Trade executed cum coupon.
    • Cum Coupon: Trade was executed cum coupon.
    • Cum Coupon: Trade is to be executed cum coupon.
    • Cum Coupon: Trade is executed cum coupon.

  • CCPT
    • Passport Number: Number assigned by a passport authority.

  • CDAC
    • Conditional Delivery Cancellation Pending: Conditional Delivery is still pending awaiting the cancellation from at least another party.

  • CDIV
    • Cum Dividend: Trade is executed cum dividend.
    • Cum Dividend: Trade is to be executed cum dividend.
    • Cum Dividend: Trade was executed cum dividend.
    • Cum Dividend: Trade executed cum dividend.

  • CDLR
    • Conditional Delivery Awaiting Release: Instruction is in a hold/frozen/preadvice mode - infrastructure platform is awaiting release.

  • CDTA
    • Closing Date Adjustment: Change of the closing date.

  • CEND
    • Centralised: Financial instrument in the safekeeping account are held in one location.
    • Centralised: Financial instruments are centralised in one location.

  • CERT
    • Certification: Certification is provided.
    • Wrong Certificate Numbers: Certificate number error.
    • Incorrect Certification: Instruction is rejected since the provided certification is incorrect or incomplete.
    • Certificates: Change of all instruments into certificates.
    • Non-US TEFRA D Certification: Non-US beneficial owner certification requirement for exchange of temporary to permanent notes.

  • CERTSIGN (Block code)
    • Certified Signature

  • CEXC
    • Consent and Exchange: Vote to consent to change the terms of the securities agreement and to exchange securities.

  • CGEN
    • Generated: The transaction was created by the account servicer or a third party. It was not instructed directly by the account owner.

  • CHAN
    • Change: Information regarding a change further described in the corporate action details.

  • CHAR
    • Charges/fees: FX trade is for the payment of charges/fees.
    • Disagreement Charges Amount: Charges amount does not match.
    • Disagreement Charges: Charges amount does not match.
    • Charges/Fees: Cash movement relates to charges/fees.

  • CHAS
    • Enquiry Sent: A chaser/enquiry has been sent.

  • CHEC
    • Cheque: Settle money through cheque.

  • CHKA
    • Cheques: Cash movement relates to cheques.

  • CHOS
    • Mandatory CA Event; Instruction Required: Participation in the corporate action is mandatory and further instructions from the account owner are required, unless a default option has been specified.

  • CHTY
    • Tax Exempt Identification Number: Number assigned to a tax exempt entity.

  • CINL
    • Fractional Part for Cash: Receive cash in lieu of fractions.

  • CLAC
    • Counterparty Insufficient Securities: Insufficient deliverable financial instruments in counterparty's account or counterparty does not hold financial instruments.

  • CLAI
    • Market Claim: Transaction resulting from a market claim.
    • Claim or Compensation: Relates to a claim on the associated corporate action event.
    • Market Claim: Transaction has been generated due to a market claim following a corporate action.
    • Market Claim: Transaction relates to a market claim following a corporate action.

  • CLAT
    • Counterparty too Late for Matching: Counterparty's instruction was too late for matching.
    • Counterparty too Late for Settlement: Counterparty's instruction was too late for settlement (that is received too late, matching or settlement problems solved too late).

  • CLBR
    • Closure Before Rollover: Trade executed for closure of a previous position before the rollover of a position (Deferred Settlement Service).
    • Closure Before Rollover: Trade to be executed for closure of a previous position before the rollover of a position (Deferred Settlement Service).

  • CLDE
    • Closed/Deactivated: The offer is closed for acceptance.

  • CLDI
    • Per Client Agreement: Commission is as per client agreement.

  • CLEN
    • Tax Exempt Sub-balance: Balance of tax exempt financial instruments.
    • Clean: Trade is to be executed clean, that is, does not pay government tax on the accrued interest on the bond, and consequently price is higher.
    • Tax-Exempt: Tax-exempt financial instruments are to be settled.
    • Clean: Tax-exempt financial instruments are to be settled.

  • CLHT
    • Clearing House Trade: Instructed Settlement date does not agree with the settlement date on the Clearing House trade that is a specific type of trade in India.
    • Clearing House Trade: Instructed settlement date does not agree with the settlement date on the Clearing House trade, that is, a specific type of trade in India.

  • CLLE
    • Collections: Cash movement relates to collections.

  • CLNT
    • Call/Notice: Call/notice deposit.
    • Client Side: Instruction is for a client side transaction.

  • CLOA
    • Close Account: Trade relates to a closure of an account.

  • CLOP
    • Close Position: Movement was to close a position.
    • Close Position: Trade is to close a position.

  • CLOS
    • At the Closing: Order to be executed at or around the closing price.

  • CLRA
    • Cash Letter/Cheques Remittance: Cash movement relates to cash letters/cheques remittance.

  • CLSA
    • Class Action/Proposed Settlement: Situation where interested parties seek restitution for financial loss. The security holder may be offered the opportunity to join a class action proceeding and would need to respond with an instruction.

  • CLTDET (Block code)
    • Client Details

  • CMET
    • Court Meeting: Announcement of a meeting at a Court.

  • CMIS
    • Matching Instruction Not Found: No potential match has been found.
    • Matching Instruction Not Found: A matching instruction from your counterparty could not be found.

  • CMON
    • Counterparty Insufficient Money: Insufficient money in counterparty's account.

  • CNCB
    • Central Bank Collateral Operation: Relates to a collateral delivery/receipt to a National Central Bank for central bank credit operations.

  • CNTR
    • Cancel Underlying Trades: As a result of the Corporate Action, all transactions in the underlying security will be cancelled by the system.

  • CODU
    • Copy Duplicate: Message is a copy to a party other than the account owner/account servicer, for information purposes and the message is a duplicate of a message previously sent.
    • Copy Duplicate: Message is a copy and a duplicate of a message previously sent.
    • This message is being sent as a copy, for information purposes and the message is a duplicate of a message previously sent.

  • COLA
    • Eligible for Collateral Purposes: The securities are eligible for collateral purposes.
    • Eligible for Collateral Purposes: Balance of securities that are eligible for use for collateral purposes.

  • COLD
    • Collateral Details

  • COLI
    • Collateral In Sub-balance: Balance of securities that belong to a third party and that are held for the purpose of collateralisation.
    • Collateral In: Relates to a collateral transaction, from the point of view of the collateral taker or its agent.
    • Delivered: Amount is to be delivered out of Party A's cash account.
    • Delivered: Financial Instruments are to be delivered out of Party A's safekeeping account.
    • In: Added to the collateral held.

  • COLL
    • Securities Pledged as Collateral: Financial instruments are not deliverable as they are pledged as collateral.
    • Securities Pledged as Collateral: Securities are not deliverable as they are pledged as collateral.
    • Collections
    • Collateral Management: Transaction has been generated for collateral management purposes.
    • Collateral Activity: Transaction relates to collateral.

  • COLLPRTY (Block code)
    • Collateral Parties

  • COLN
    • Not Eligible for Collateral Purposes: The securities are not eligible for collateral purposes.

  • COLO
    • Received: Amount is to be received in Party A's cash account.
    • Collateral Out: Relates to a collateral transaction, from the point of view of the collateral giver or its agent.
    • Collateral Out Sub-balance: Balance of securities that belong to the safekeeping account indicated within this message, and are deposited with a third party for the purpose of collateralisation.
    • Received: Financial Instruments are to be received in Party A's safekeeping account.
    • Out: Retrieved from the collateral held.

  • COMB
    • Combined Expenses: Price is a combined expenses price (used in the UK market).
    • Combination Order: Order that is linked to another order to buy or sell and must be executed as a unit, both or none, or cancelled as a unit.

  • COMC
    • Commercialisation Contract Repair: Unrecognised or invalid commercialisation contract.
    • Commercialisation Contract Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid commercialisation contract.

  • COMM
    • Commodities: Precious metals and other commodities such as palm oil.
    • Commodities: Commodities trades for example futures and options on gold, silver, wheat.

  • COMP
    • Complete: Message contains complete details of the corporate action event at the time the event is communicated and the occurrence of the event has been confirmed by the account servicer's chosen official source. Further updates to the event are still possible.
    • Complete: Processing has been completed.
    • Complete: Statement gives complete information (including information (positions, instruction statuses) which is unchanged).

  • COMU
    • Complete Unconfirmed: Message contains complete details of the corporate action event at the time the event is communicated but the occurrence of the event has not been confirmed by the account servicer's chosen official source. Further updates to the event are still possible.

  • COND
    • Conditional: Feature whereby the holder can elect to place a condition on the acceptance of the option.

  • CONF
    • Conference Call: The information is about an informal call when an issuer, trustee, agent wishes to talk to note holders to discuss a certain issue or potential change to the notes; nothing said being binding.
    • Confirmation Of Payment: Prior payment credited to account based contractual income collection agreement has been collected from issuer.
    • Awaiting Confirmation: Awaiting confirmation of modification from the counterparty or the market.
    • Confirmed: Collateral giver instruction details are confirmed.
    • Awaiting Confirmation: Awaiting confirmation of cancellation from the counterparty.
    • This is an instruction to settle a first confirmation.

  • CONFDET (Block code)
    • Confirmation Details

  • CONFPRTY (Block code)
    • Confirmation Parties

  • CONL
    • Concentration Limit Exceeded: Concentration limit was exceeded.

  • CONN
    • Consent Denied: Vote not to approve the event or proposal.

  • CONS
    • Consent: Procedure that aims to obtain consent of holder to a proposal by the issuer or a third party without convening a meeting. For example, consent to change the terms of a bond.
    • Consent: Relates to a consent within a corporate action event other than a Consent event (:22F::CAEV//CONS).

  • CONT
    • Continuous: Orders that are executed directly against each other as they hit the marketplace.
    • Contractual: Statement is based on contractual settlement date positions, irrespective of failed instructions.
    • Contractual Payment: Anticipation of collection and is based on a contractual agreement with account servicer.

  • CONV
    • DR Conversion: Relates to a depository receipt conversion.
    • Conversion: Conversion of securities (generally convertible bonds or preferred shares) into another form of securities (usually common shares) at a pre-stated price/ratio.
    • Conversion: Conversion of securities, generally convertible bonds or preferred equity, into another form of securities, usually common equity.

  • CONY
    • Consent Granted: Vote to approve the event or proposal.

  • COOP
    • Company Option: A Company Option may be granted by the company, allowing the holder to take up shares at some future date(s) at a pre arranged price in the company. A company may not grant options which enable the holder to take up unissued shares at a time which is five or more years from the date of the grant. Option holders are not members of a company. They are contingent creditors of a company and hence may, in some instances, be entitled to vote on and be bound by a scheme of arrangement between the creditors and the company. As many options have multiple exercise periods a company option will either lapse or carry on to the next expiry date.

  • COPA
    • Commercial Payments: Payment in which one of the parties is not a financial institution.

  • COPY
    • Copy: Message is a copy to a party other than the account owner/account servicer, for information purposes.This message is being sent as a copy to a party other than the account owner/account servicer, for information purposes.
    • Copy: Message is a copy to a party other than the account owner/account servicer, for information purposes.
    • Copy: Message is a copy.
    • The message is being sent as a copy, for information purposes.

  • CORP
    • Cancelled Due to Corporate Action: Instruction has been cancelled due to a corporate action.
    • Corporate Identification: Number assigned to a corporate entity.
    • Corporate Action Activity: Transaction relates to corporate action.

  • CORR
    • Corporation: Beneficial owner is a corporation.

  • COSE
    • Fully executed/Confirmation sent: Order is fully executed and the confirmation was sent.
    • Order Fully Confirmed: Order is fully executed and the confirmation was sent.

  • COVE
    • Cover: Direct payment (that is, MT 103 with MT 202 COV as a cover) is permitted.

  • CPCA
    • Cancelled by Counterparty: Counterparty cancelled their instruction.
    • Counterparty Cancelled Instruction: Counterparty cancelled their instruction.
    • Counterparty Cancelled Instruction: Your instruction is unmatched. Your counterparty has cancelled their instruction.

  • CPEC
    • Counterparty In Receivership: Counterparty is in receivership (form of bankruptcy where a court appointed person, the receiver, manages the affairs of the business).

  • CPRC
    • Cancellation Request: Cancellation request from the counterparty is awaiting for your cancellation request.
    • Cancellation Request: A cancellation request from your counterparty for this transaction is pending waiting for your cancellation request.
    • Cancellation Request: A cancellation request from your counterparty for this transaction is pending, waiting for your cancellation request.

  • CPRN
    • Crossing as Principal: Party is crossing for his own account.

  • CPTY
    • Unknown Deal/Exposure: Deal or exposure is unknown.
    • Counterparty: Financial instruments are pledged to a counterparty.

  • CRDS
    • Credit Default Swap: Trading of credit default swap.

  • CRED
    • Credit: Value is a credit.

  • CREG
    • Cancelled by Issuer/Registrar: Instruction has been cancelled by the issuer/registrar.

  • CREV
    • Credit Event: An occurrence of credit derivative for which the issuer of one or several underlying securities is unable to fulfil his financial obligations (as defined in terms and conditions).
    • Credit Event: An occurrence of credit derivative for which the issuer of one or several underlying securities is unable to fulfill his financial obligations (as defined in terms and conditions).

  • CROF
    • Cross From: Transaction is a cross from (Funds Industry).

  • CROT
    • Cross To: Transaction is a cross to (Funds Industry).

  • CRPR
    • Cross Product: Combination of various types of trades.

  • CRSP
    • Credit Support: Cash lending/borrowing; letter of Credit; signing of master agreement.

  • CRST
    • Cross Trade Allowed: Cross trades are allowed whereby buy and sell orders are offset without recording the trade on the exchange.

  • CRTL
    • Credit Line: Opening of a credit line before trading.

  • CRTS
    • Cum Rights: Trade was executed cum rights.
    • Cum Rights: Trade is executed cum rights.
    • Cum Rights: Trade is to be executed cum rights.

  • CSDH
    • CSD Hold: Central securities depository has set the instruction in a hold/frozen/preadvice mode.

  • CSHPRTY (Block code)
    • Cash Parties

  • CSHPRTY1 (Block code)
    • Cash Parties

  • CSUB
    • Cancelled By Subcustodian: Instruction has been cancelled by the agent, for example, due to an event deadline extension.
    • Cancelled By Agent: Instruction has been cancelled by the agent.

  • CTEN
    • Consent and Tender: Vote to consent to change the terms of the securities agreement and to tender securities for cash.

  • CTHP
    • Cancelled By Third Party: Instruction has been cancelled by a third party.

  • CTRM
    • Change in Terms: This is a change in the terms and conditions of the bond.

  • CURR
    • Currency Code Invalid: The Currency code is invalid or is not acceptable to the service provider.
    • Current: Transaction was effected at current yield.
    • Currency: At least one security in the message does not have the same currency as the transaction and this is a requirement in the triparty agreement or in the eligibility sets of this transaction.

  • CUST
    • Settling as a Custodian: Settlement party is a custodian. It receives/delivers the securities and carries out custodial duties.
    • Custody: Statement is a custody statement.
    • Local Custodian: Financial instruments held at a local custodian.

  • CVAL
    • CSD Validation: Instruction is in a hold/frozen/preadvice mode as it fulfils predefined conditions of a restriction processing type in the market infrastructure platform.

  • CWAR
    • Cum Warrants: Trade is executed cum warrants.
    • Cum Warrants: Trade is to be executed cum warrants.
    • Cum Warrants: Trade was executed cum warrants.

  • CYCL
    • Awaiting Next Settlement Cycle: Instruction is confirmed in the local market or is ready for settlement, awaiting next settlement cycle.

  • DADJ
    • Data Adjustment: Change of other data.

  • DADR
    • Address Details Rejection: Address details are incorrect or cannot be recognised.
    • Address Details Rejection: Address details are incorrect or can not be recognised, for example, unknown city.

  • DAIL
    • Daily: Statement is sent daily (once per day, end-of-day).

  • DBVT
    • Delivery by Value: Delivery by value (DBV) transaction.

  • DCAL
    • Call Denied Since Already Applied: Repo call request was denied since another call already applies.
    • Call Denied Since Applied: Request was denied since another request applies.

  • DCAN
    • Denied Since Cancelled: Request was denied since the instruction has been cancelled.
    • Rejected Since Already Cancelled: Cancellation request was rejected since the instruction has already been cancelled.

  • DCMX
    • Disagreement Cum Ex: Disagreement if trade was executed cum or ex.

  • DCRE
    • Documentary Credit: Cash movement relates to documentary credit.

  • DDAT
    • Settlement Date Rejection: Disagreement on settlement date.
    • Settlement Date Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement date (that is date is not a settlement date for the instructed market, settlement date is too old ...).
    • Settlement Date Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement date.
    • Settlement Date Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement date.
    • Disagreement Settlement Date: Settlement date/time does not match.
    • Settlement Date Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement date, that is, date is not a settlement date for the instructed market, or settlement date is too old.
    • Settlement Date Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement date, that is, date is not a settlement date for the instructed market, or settlement date is too old.
    • Settlement or Execution Requested Date Rejection: Invalid settlement or execution requested date.
    • Disagreement Settlement Date: Settlement date does not match.

  • DDEA
    • Disagreement Deal Price: Deal price does not match.
    • Deal Price Rejection: Disagreement on deal price.
    • Deal Price Repair: Unrecognised or invalid deal price.
    • Deal Price Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid deal price.
    • Deal Price Not Match: Deal price does not match.

  • DDOT
    • Designated Order Turnaround System: Indicates the Designated Order Turnaround system: a computerised order routing system used at the New York Stock Exchange.

  • DEAL
    • Disagreement Deal Amount: Deal amount does not match.

  • DEALTRAN (Block code)
    • Deal Transaction Details

  • DEBT
    • Debit: Value is a debit.

  • DECI
    • Decimalisation: Process of changing the accounting method of a security, for example, mutual fund, from units to a quantity with decimals.

  • DECR
    • Decrease in Value: Reduction of face value of a single share. The number of circulating shares remains unchanged. This event may include a cash payout to holders.
    • Decrease in Value: Reduction of face value of a single share or the value of fund assets. The number of circulating shares/units remains unchanged. This event may include a cash payout to holders.

  • DEFE
    • Defeased Security Indicator: Funds have been placed in escrow by a trustee or agent to ensure payment on a portion of the outstanding balance of the original security on maturity date.

  • DEFI
    • Deficit: Shortage of collateral.

  • DEFR
    • Deferred Report: The report is deferred, for example, because the order was executed in partial fills.

  • DELI
    • Delivery: Counterparty's instruction is a delivery.
    • Deliver: Counterparty's instruction is a delivery.
    • Deliver: Financial Instruments will be debited from the safekeeping account.
    • Deliver: Financial Instruments have been debited from the safekeeping account.

  • DELN
    • Disagreement Direction of Trade: Direction of the trade does not match. Counterparty expects a delivery from you, not a receipt or vice versa.

  • DELS
    • EUROLINK SYSTEM (DE): Settle money through EUROLINK SYSTEM (DE).

  • DELT
    • Delta: Statement contains changes which have not yet been reported (delta report, that is, changes only).

  • DEND
    • Denied: Repo call request is denied.
    • Denied: Modification request will not be executed.
    • Denied: Cancellation will not be executed.
    • Denied: Replacement request cannot be executed.

  • DENO
    • Unavailable Deliverable Denominated Quantity: Quantity instructed does not match the denomination available/deliverable. Physical financial instruments need to be obtained in deliverable denominated quantities.
    • Unavailable Deliverable Denominated Quantity: Quantity instructed does not match the denomination available/deliverable. Physical securities need to be obtained in deliverable denominated quantities.

  • DEPH
    • Dematerialised to Physical: Change from dematerialised into physical form.

  • DEPO
    • Refused Deposit for Issue of Depositary Receipts: Deposit of shares for the issuing of depositary receipts has been refused. The allotment granted by the issuer is exceeded by your transaction.
    • Refused Deposit for Issue of Depositary Receipts: Deposit of shares for the issuing of depositary receipts has been refused. The allotment for depositary receipts granted by the issuer is exceeded by your transaction.

  • DEPT
    • Disagreement Place of Settlement: Place of settlement does not match.
    • Place of Settlement Rejection: Disagreement on Place of Settlement.
    • Place of Settlement Repair: Unrecognised or invalid Place of Settlement.
    • Place of Settlement Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid Place of Settlement.

  • DERI
    • Deregistration Instruction: Confirmation of a deregistration of positions in registration.
    • Deregistration Instruction: Deregistration of positions in registration.
    • Derivatives: Futures contracts, options, forward contracts, swaps, etc.

  • DERV
    • German Rahmenvertrag Agreement

  • DETI
    • Detachment: Separation of components that comprise a security, for example, usually units comprised of warrants and bond or warrants and equity. Units may be broken up at the request of the security holder or based on market convention.
    • Detachment: Separation of components that comprise a security, usually units comprised of warrants and bonds or warrants and equities. Units may be broken up at the request of the security holder or based on market convention.

  • DFLA
    • Default Action: Default action is taken.

  • DFLT
    • Bond Default: Failure by the company to perform obligations defined as default events under the bond agreement and that have not been remedied.

  • DFOR
    • Denied Since not Allowed Request was denied: Call not allowed on the concerned repo, for example, out of delay.
    • Denied Since not Allowed: Repo call request was denied. Call not allowed on the concerned repo, for example, out of delay.

  • DIOR
    • Directed Order: Trade is executed with a specific trading party.
    • Directed Order: Trade is to be executed with a specific trading party.

  • DIRT
    • Taxable Sub-balance: Balance of taxable financial instruments.
    • Non Tax-Exempt: Taxable financial instruments are to be settled.
    • Dirty: Taxable financial instruments are to be settled.
    • Dirty: Trade is executed dirty, that is, pay government tax on the accrued interest of the bond.
    • Dirty: Trade is to be executed dirty, that is, pay government tax on the accrued interest of the bond.

  • DISA
    • Natural Disaster: Exceptional closing of all financial institutions due to natural disaster, for example, typhoon, flooding, earthquake, hurricane.
    • Natural Disaster: Exceptional closing of all financial institutions due to natural disaster, for example, earthquake.

  • DISC
    • Disagree with Call Amount: Party A does not agree with the call amount.
    • Discretionary: Order where the executing broker or investment manager decides on the quantity or price.
    • Discount: Price expressed as the number of percentage points below par, for example, a discount price of 2.0% equals a price of 98 when par is 100.
    • Discount: Price expressed as a discount amount.

  • DISE
    • Disagree with Exposure Amount: Party A does not agree with the exposure amount.

  • DISN
    • CA Results in a Distribution: The holder of the relevant security on a certain date, for example, the record date, will receive a benefit without giving up the underlying security.

  • DISPAR (Block code)
    • Distribution Parameter

  • DISR
    • Disregarded Entity: Beneficial owner is a disregarded entity.

  • DISS
    • Dissenter's Rights: Securities' holder has the right to disagree with a mandatory event. This right is not inherent in all offers and therefore must be noted in announcements only when applicable.

  • DIST
    • Distributed: Take distribution of fractions in the form of securities.

  • DIVR
    • Reinvestment of Dividend Order: Transaction is a reinvestment of dividend order (Funds Industry. Not to be used for corporate actions).

  • DKCS
    • DEBES (DK): Settle money through DEBES (DK).

  • DKNY
    • Rejected: Collateral giver instruction details are rejected.
    • Counterparty Returned Shares: Counterparty has returned or refused the financial instruments.
    • Counterparty Returned Shares: Counterparty has returned or refuses the securities.

  • DLNP
    • Declarations Not Provided: Declarations applicable to the issue are missing.

  • DLST
    • Trading Status: Delisted: Security is no longer able to comply with the listing requirements of a stock exchange and is removed from official board quotation.

  • DLWM
    • Delivery Without Matching: Matching receipt instruction not required (only for concerned ICSD and CSD).

  • DMCT
    • Disagreement Automatic Generation: Disagreement on automatic generation of market claim or transformation.

  • DMON
    • Wrong Settlement Amount: Wrong settlement amount settled in the original delivery.
    • Settlement Amount Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement amount.
    • Settlement Amount Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement amount.
    • Settlement Amount Rejection: Disagreement on settlement amount.
    • Disagreement Settlement Amount: Settlement amount does not match.

  • DNIN
    • Do Not Increase: Limit order to buy or stop order to sell or stop limit order that is not to be increased in shares on the ex-dividend date as a result of a stock dividend or distribution.

  • DNRE
    • Do Not Reduce: Limit order to buy or stop order to sell, or stop-limit order to sell that is not to be reduced in price by the amount of an ordinary cash dividend. Applies only to ordinary stock dividends; should be reduced for other distributions.

  • DOCC
    • Awaiting Documents/Registration Instruction/Endorsements from Counterparty: Awaiting documents, registration instruction or endorsements from counterparty.
    • Documentary Credits: Documentary credits.

  • DOCY
    • Awaiting Documents/Registration Instruction/Endorsements from You: Awaiting documents, registration instruction or endorsements from you.

  • DOMI
    • Country of Domicile: The holder of the security has to certify his domicile.

  • DONE
    • Done: Order is partially filled and no further executions forthcoming for the trading day.
    • Order Partially Filled, and is Done for the Day: Order is partially filled and no further executions forthcoming for the trading day.

  • DONF
    • Partially Filled Order: Order is partially filled and no further executions will take place.
    • Partially Filled, will not be Filled Further: Order is partially filled and no further executions will take place.

  • DORD
    • Direct Order: Trade is to be executed by a trading party other than the trading party to which the order is sent. In this case, the instructing party has traded with another broker which will subsequently send an advice of execution to the executing party.
    • Direct Order: Trade is executed by a trading party other than the trading party to which the order is sent. In this case, the instructing party has traded with another broker which will subsequently send an advice of execution to the executing party.
    • Direct Order: Trade is to be executed by a trading party other than the trading party to which the order is sent. In this case, the instructing party has traded with another broker which will subsequently send an advice of the executing party.
    • Registration Request Data and Order Rejection: Disagreement between the data on the registration request and the order.

  • DPRG
    • Denied Since In Progress: Request was denied because the instruction execution is in progress.
    • Denied Since in Progress: Request was denied because the process of settlement is in progress.
    • Denied Since In Progress: Request was denied because the registration is in progress.
    • Denied Since in Progress: Request was denied because the process of settlement or processing is already in progress.
    • Rejected Since In Progress: Cancellation request has been rejected because the instruction process is in progress or has been processed.

  • DQUA
    • Quantity Rejection: Disagreement on settlement quantity.
    • Quantity Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid instructed quantity.
    • Disagreement on Quantity: Unrecognised or invalid instructed quantity.
    • Quantity Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement quantity.
    • Quantity Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement quantity.
    • Settlement Quantity Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement quantity.
    • Settlement Quantity Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement quantity.
    • Disagreement Quantity: Quantity of financial instrument does not match.
    • Quantity Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid quantity of financial instrument.
    • Wrong Quantity: Wrong quantity delivered in the original instruction.

  • DR01
    • Doctor

  • DRAW
    • Drawn: Balance of securities that are drawn for redemption.
    • Drawing: Redemption in part before the scheduled final maturity date of a security. Drawing is distinct from partial call since drawn bonds are chosen by lottery and with no reduction in nominal value.
    • Drawn: Settlement transactions relates to drawn securities.

  • DRCA
    • Cash Distribution From Non-Eligible Securities Sales: Distribution to shareholders of cash resulting from the selling of non-eligible securities, for example, in the frame of a depositary receipt program.

  • DRCT
    • Direct Election: Direct movement of resource, that is, cash or security that is directly credited to the paying agent account.

  • DREP
    • Denied Since Repo Ended: Request was denied because the transaction has already reached the end of its lifecycle.
    • Denied Since Repo Ended: Request was denied because the repo was cancelled.

  • DRIP
    • Drip: Reinvestment proceeds into securities.
    • Reinvestment of Proceeds: Reinvestment proceeds into securities.
    • Dividend Reinvestment: Dividend payment where cash dividend is rolled over into additional shares in the issuing company.
    • Dividend Reinvestment Securities: Distribution of dividend reinvestment securities.
    • Dividend Reinvestment: Dividend payment where holders can keep cash or have the cash reinvested in the market by the issuer into additional shares in the issuing company. To be distinguished from DVOP as the company invests the dividend in the market rather than creating new share capital in exchange for the dividend.

  • DRLC
    • Driver's Licence Number: Number assigned to a driver's licence.

  • DSCL
    • Disclosure: Requirement for holders or beneficial owners to disclose their name, location and holdings of any issue to the issuer.

  • DSEC
    • Disagreement Security: Financial instrument identification does not match, for example, ISIN differs, Financial Instrument Attributes differs.
    • Disagreement Financial Instrument: Financial instrument identification does not match, that is, ISIN differs, or Financial Instrument Attributes differs.
    • Disagreement Security: Financial instrument identification does not match, for example, ISIN, financial instrument attributes differs...
    • Security Repair: Unrecognised or invalid financial instrument identification (that is invalid ISIN, security not eligible at the instructed market ...).
    • Financial Instrument Repair: Unrecognised or invalid financial instrument identification (that is invalid ISIN, security not eligible at the instructed market ...).
    • Security Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid financial instrument identification.
    • Security Repair: Unrecognised or invalid financial instrument identification.
    • Security Rejection: Disagreement on financial instrument identification.
    • Financial Instrument Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid financial instrument identification.
    • Financial Instrument Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid financial instrument identification, that is, invalid ISIN, or security not eligible at the instructed market.

  • DSET
    • Denied Since Settled: Request was denied because the instruction was settled.
    • Denied Since Settled: Request was denied because the instruction was settled or executed.

  • DTCH
    • Dutch Auction, Bid Tender: An action by a party wishing to acquire a security. Holders of the security are invited to make an offer to sell, within a specific price range. The acquiring party will buy from the holder with lowest offer.
    • Dutch Auction: An action by a party wishing to acquire a security. Holders of the security are invited to make an offer to sell, within a specific price range. The acquiring party will buy from the holder with lowest offer.

  • DTRA
    • Not Recognised: Counterparty has been contacted or contacted us, and does not recognise the transaction.

  • DTRD
    • Trade Date Rejection: Disagreement on trade date.
    • Trade Date Repair: Unrecognised or invalid trade date.
    • Trade Date Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid trade date.
    • Disagreement Trade Date: Trade date does not match.
    • Trade Date Rejection: Trade Date is missing or invalid for the instruction.

  • DUEB
    • Due Bill Information Missing: Due bill information missing in the original delivery.

  • DUPL
    • Duplicate: Message is for information/confirmation purposes. It is a duplicate of a message previously sent.
    • The message is for information/confirmation purposes. It is a duplicate of a message previously sent.

  • DUPY
    • Due and Payable: This is a change in the due and payable conditions.

  • DUTH
    • Dutch

  • DVCA
    • Cash Dividend: Distribution of cash to shareholders, in proportion to their equity holding. Ordinary dividends are recurring and regular. Shareholder must take cash and may be offered a choice of currency.
    • Cash Dividend: Distribution of cash to shareholders, in proportion to their equity holding. Ordinary dividends are recurring and regular.

  • DVDS
    • Delivery Against Delivery: Delivery against delivery.

  • DVOP
    • Dividend Option: Distribution of a dividend to shareholders with a choice of benefit to receive. Shareholders may choose to receive shares or cash. To be distinguished from DRIP as the company creates new share capital in exchange for the dividend rather than investing the dividend in the market.
    • Dividend Option: Distribution of dividend option.
    • Dividend Option: Distribution of a dividend to shareholders with a choice of benefit to receive. Shareholders may choose to receive shares, cash or both.

  • DVPA
    • Cash/DVP: Safekeeping account is used for settlement on delivery or collect on delivery basis.

  • DVPT
    • Delivery Against Payment: Delivery against payment.

  • DVSC
    • Scrip Dividend/Payment: Dividend or interest paid in the form of scrip.

  • DVSE
    • Stock Dividend: Dividend paid to shareholders in the form of equities of the issuing corporation.
    • Stock Dividend: Dividend paid to shareholders in the form of shares of stock.

  • EAFD
    • EAF - EURO ACCESS FRANKFURT (DE): Settle money through EAF - EURO ACCESS FRANKFURT (DE).

  • EBAC
    • EBA EURO Clearing (Members): Settle money through EBA EURO Clearing (Members).

  • ECKA
    • Eurocheques: Cash movement relates to eurocheques.

  • EGRE
    • Evergreen: Identified as a term repo that renews daily.

  • EINX
    • Employer Identification Number: Number assigned to an employer.

  • ELEC
    • Electronic Format: Certification must be provided in electronic format.

  • ELIG
    • Eligible: Balance is eligible for this corporate action.
    • Eligible Counterparty: MiFID classification of counterparty. Eligible customers are the most sophisticated level of investor, able to opt out of some of the protections afforded by conduct of business rules defined under MiFID.
    • Eligible: Balance of securities eligible for this corporate action event.

  • EMBQ
    • Exceeds Maximum Bid or Order Quantity: Bid or order quantity instructed exceeds the investment limits or maximum number of securities that can be held under applicable law.

  • EMPL
    • Employee Identification Number: Number assigned to a specific employee for employee trade reporting.

  • EMTR
    • Employee Trade Reporting: Transaction relates to employee trade reporting.

  • ENGL
    • English

  • ENTL
    • With Entitlement: The message contains entitlements.

  • EOSP
    • End of Settlement Positions: Mark-to-Market report sent after settlement. All transactions which have been initiated.

  • EPMS
    • EPM - ECB Payment Mechanism: Settle money through EPM - ECB Payment Mechanism.

  • EQPT
    • Equity Option: Trading of equity option (Also known as stock options).

  • EQUI
    • Equity: FX trade is for the settlement of an equity trade.

  • EQUS
    • Equity Swap: Equity swap trades where the return of an equity is exchanged for either a fixed or a floating rate of interest.

  • ERUN
    • Restriction Exchange: Exchange of Restricted to Unrestricted (or vice versa).

  • ESTA
    • Estate: Beneficial owner is an estate.

  • ETFT
    • Exchange Traded Funds: Relates to an exchange traded fund (ETF) creation or redemption.

  • EURO
    • European Style: Option can be exercised on expiry date only.
    • European Style: Option with a payoff dependent on the average price of the underlying asset during a specified period.

  • EUSI
    • In Scope: Capital gain is in the scope of the directive.
    • Capital Gain In: Capital gain is in the scope of the directive.

  • EUSO
    • Not In Scope: Capital gain is out of the scope of the directive.
    • Capital Gain Out: Capital gain is out of the scope of the directive.

  • EVNM
    • Unrecognised Corporate Action Event Number Rejection: Unrecognised corporate action event number.
    • Unrecognised Corporate Action Event Number: Unrecognised corporate action event number.

  • EVST
    • Event Status: Message reporting on a corporate action event status.

  • EXAC
    • Exact: Exact number.

  • EXCH
    • Stock Exchange: Place of trade was a stock exchange.
    • Stock Exchange: Trade details are to be reported to a stock exchange. This stock exchange is identified in sequence D Other Parties.
    • Stock Exchange: Trade details were reported to a stock exchange. This stock exchange is identified in the Other Parties sequence.
    • Stock Exchange: Trade details are to be reported to a stock exchange. This stock exchange is identified in the Other Parties sequence.
    • Stock Exchange: Trade was executed on a stock exchange.
    • Stock Exchange: Place of listing is a stock exchange.
    • Stock Exchange: Trade details are to be reported to a stock exchange. This stock exchange is identified in sequence E Other Parties.
    • Received at Stock Exchange: Replacement request previously received from you has been received at the stock exchange.
    • Received at Stock Exchange: Cancellation has been received at the stock exchange.
    • Received at Stock Exchange: Order has been received at the stock exchange.
    • Received at the Stock Exchange: Replacement request has been received at the stock exchange.
    • Received at the Stock Exchange: Cancellation has been received at the stock exchange.
    • Stock Exchange: Place of trade is a stock exchange.

  • EXCL
    • Excluded: At least one security has been excluded from use as collateral for all transactions in the triparty agreement (or in the eligibility set).

  • EXCS
    • Excess: Excess of collateral.

  • EXEC
    • Disagreement Executing Broker's Commission: Executing broker's commission does not match.

  • EXER
    • Exercised: Settlement transaction relates to options, futures or derivatives that are exercised.
    • Exercise: Exercise intermediate securities or warrants.

  • EXIS
    • Existing Issue: The securities proceeds are not new issues.

  • EXOF
    • Exchange: Exchange of holdings for other securities and/or cash. The exchange can be either mandatory or voluntary involving the exchange of outstanding securities for different securities and/or cash. For example "exchange offer", "capital reorganisation" or "funds separation".

  • EXPD
    • Exposure Valuation Details

  • EXPI
    • Expired: Instruction has expired.
    • Expire: Let fractions expire worthless.
    • Expired: Settlement transaction relates to options, futures or derivatives that have expired.

  • EXPT
    • Exotic Option: Trading of exotic option for example a non-standard option.

  • EXRI
    • Call on Intermediate Securities: Call or exercise on nil paid securities or intermediate securities resulting from an intermediate securities distribution (RHDI). This code is used for the second event, when an intermediate securities' issue (rights/coupons) is composed of two events, the first event being the distribution of intermediate securities.
    • Subscription Rights: Distribution of subscription rights.

  • EXSE
    • Fully executed/Execution sent: Order was fully executed and the execution sent.
    • Order Fully Executed: Order was fully executed and the execution sent.

  • EXTD
    • Exchange Traded Derivatives: Trading of exchanged traded derivatives in general (Opposite to Over the Counter (OTC)).

  • EXTE
    • Extendable: Identified as a repo that has a maturity date, but prior to that date there is a point in the lifecycle in which it can be extended.

  • EXTM
    • Maturity Extension: As stipulated in a bond's Terms and Conditions, the issuer or the bond-holder may prolong the maturity date of a bond. After extension, the security may differ from original issue (new rate or maturity date). May be subject to bondholder's approval.

  • EXWA
    • Warrant Exercise: Option offered to holders to buy (call warrant) or to sell (put warrant) a specific amount of stock, cash, or commodity, at a predetermined price, during a predetermined period of time (which usually corresponds to the life of the issue).
    • Warrant Exercise/Warrant Conversion: Option to buy (call warrant) or to sell (put warrant) a specific amount of equities, cash, commodity, etc, at a predetermined price over a specific period of time.
    • Warrant Exercise: Warrant conversion. Option offered to holders to buy (call warrant) or to sell (put warrant) a specific amount of stock, cash, or commodity, at a predetermined price, during a predetermined period of time (which usually corresponds to the life of the issue).
    • Warrant Exercise: Option to buy (call warrant) or to sell (put warrant) a specific amount of equities, cash, commodity, etc. at a predetermined price over a specific period of time.

  • FAKI
    • Fill and Kill: Order to be executed as much as possible. Non-executed parts of a FAK are deleted.

  • FAMT
    • Face Amount: Quantity expressed as an amount representing the face amount, that is, the principal, of a debt instrument.

  • FAVG
    • Benchmark Weighted Average: Price is weighted average price of the benchmark prices at the time of each partial fill.

  • FBEN
    • Foreign Person - Beneficial Owner: Foreign person - beneficial owner.

  • FBRA
    • Foreign Person - U.S. Branch: Foreign person - U.S. branch.

  • FCFS
    • First Come First Served: Securities will be accepted in the order they have been submitted until the target number of quantity sought is reached.

  • FCTA
    • Factor Update: Relates to a factor update.

  • FDNP
    • Funding Details Not Provided: Funding details is missing in bid or order instruction.

  • FEEE
    • Fee/Commission Repair: Unrecognised or invalid fee or commission.
    • Fee/Commission Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid fee or commission.

  • FELT
    • Foreign Person - Flow Through Entity: Foreign person - flow through entity.

  • FEXA
    • Foreign Exchange: Cash movement relates to foreign exchange.

  • FIA (Block code)
    • Financial Instrument Attributes

  • FIAC
    • Financial Instrument/Account

  • FIDE
    • Confidential: Correspondence is to be confidential.

  • FIIN
    • Foreign Investment Identity Number: Number assigned to a foreign investor (other than the alien number).

  • FIKI
    • Fill or Kill: Market or limit order that is to be executed in its entirety as soon as it is submitted; if not so executed, the order is to be cancelled.

  • FIMY
    • Foreign Person - Intermediary: Foreign person - intermediary.

  • FIN (Block code)
    • Financial Instrument

  • FINA
    • Final settlement. This is the final close of a forward currency contract.

  • FINL
    • Final: This is a final conversion.
    • Final: This is a final payment.
    • Final: Payment of a dividend, less the amounts already paid through interim dividends.
    • Final Offer: Final or last offer to holders subject to offer conditions being reached, for example, 50% accepted on a tender.

  • FIXE
    • Fixed: Rate is fixed.

  • FIXI
    • Fixed Income: Trading of fixed income instruments.

  • FIXT
    • Fixed Term: Fixed term deposit.

  • FLAT
    • Flat Fee: Commission is a flat fee.
    • Charges/Tax Basis Flat or Absolute: Charges/tax basis is flat or absolute for the trade being allocated.
    • Flat: Collateral covers the exposure and there is no excess.

  • FLFR
    • Fully Franked: Fully franked.

  • FLIM
    • Maximum Foreign Limit Reached: Insufficient deliverable financial instruments in your account as maximum foreign limit has been reached.

  • FMVA
    • Futures Margin Variation: Cash movement relates to futures margin variation.

  • FOCT
    • Foreign Central Bank of Issue: Beneficial owner is a foreign central bank of issue.

  • FOEX
    • Foreign Exchange
    • Foreign Exchange: Foreign exchange trades.

  • FOGU
    • Foreign Government: Beneficial owner is a foreign government.

  • FOPT
    • Delivery Free of Payment: Delivery free of payment.

  • FORC
    • Forced Rejection: The message has been sent automatically by the service provider to notify that settlement will not take place.
    • Forced Affirmation: The message has been sent automatically by the service provider to notify that settlement will take place.

  • FORF
    • Disagreement Forfeit Repurchase Amount: Forfeit repurchase amount does not match.
    • Forfeit: No specific rate applies to the transaction, only a forfeit.
    • Disagreement Forfeit Amount: Forfeit amount does not match.
    • Forfeit Repurchase Amount Repair: Unrecognised or invalid forfeit repurchase amount.
    • Forfeit Repurchase Amount Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid forfeit repurchase amount.

  • FORW
    • Forward Foreign Exchange: FX trades with a value date in the future.
    • Forward Price: Trade is based on forward price. Price was calculated after the close of the dealing period.
    • Forward Price: Trade is based on forward price. Price will be calculated after the close of the dealing period.

  • FORX
    • Foreign Exchange: FX trades in general.

  • FPOO
    • FPO Order: Transaction is an FPO (Follow on Public Offer) bid or order.

  • FPRE
    • Full Pre-Funding: Full pre-funding of a debt instrument by the issuer prior to original maturity when the issuer deposits assets in trust. Applicable only in the frame of a partial defeasance corporate action event.

  • FRAC
    • Fractional Parts Allowed: Fractional parts allowed.
    • Fraction Breakdown: Indicates that the rounding rule in the Fraction Disposition component at the option level can be offered at the beneficial owner level.

  • FRAN
    • Pension Livrée: Relates to the French legal framework for repos, that is, relates to a "Pension Livrée".

  • FRAP
    • Disagreement Payment Code: Payment type does not match: your instruction is free of payment, your counterparty's instruction is against payment or vice versa.

  • FRAU
    • Frau

  • FRCL
    • Free Clean Settlement: Delivery will be made free of payment but a clean payment order will be sent.

  • FREE
    • Free: Free of payment.
    • Free
    • Free of Payment: Counterparty's instruction is free of payment.
    • Free: Counterparty's instruction is free of payment.

  • FREEASS (Block code)
    • Free Asset Activity

  • FREN
    • French

  • FROZ
    • Securities Frozen At CSD: Financial instruments are blocked at the CSD following a corporate event.

  • FSSN
    • No Salvation: Receiver is not allowed to solve failure in the settlement by proposing other collateral movements.

  • FSSY
    • Salvation: Receiver is allowed to solve failure in the settlement by proposing other collateral movements.

  • FTCA
    • FATCA Tax: Withholding Tax related to income subject to FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act).

  • FTIN
    • Foreign Tax Identification Number: Foreign tax identification number.

  • FULL
    • Cancellation and Re-Run: Cancellation and re-run of an original lottery or an original and supplemental lottery. A subsequent lottery will be performed under a new event.
    • Fully Paid: Financial instrument is fully paid.
    • Full Beneficial Owner Break Down: The holder of the security has to provide his beneficial owner details for disclosure/instruction purpose.
    • Full: Pre-allocate shares only if fully dealt.

  • FUND
    • Fund: Source of price quotation is a fund (transfer agent, fund itself, etc.).
    • Fund: Source is a fund (transfer agent, fund itself, etc.).
    • Fund to Fund Trade: Transaction is a trade from an investment fund to another investment fund.
    • Fund: Source of price quotation is a fund (transfer agent, fund itself).

  • FUNG
    • Fungible: Financial instruments in the safekeeping account are fungible.

  • FUPU
    • Full Period Units Income Portion: Distribution rate relating to the full period units, for example Group I units in UK.
    • Full Period Units: Number of units of a fund that were purchased in a previous distribution period and/or held at the beginning of a distribution period, for example Group I Units in the UK.

  • FUTM
    • Future Mark-to-Market: Mark-to-market report taking into account collateral management actions which are still pending initiation and initiated transactions..

  • FUTR
    • Futures: Related to futures trading activity.

  • FUTU
    • Future: Security satisfies all validation checks and can therefore be accepted for the related transaction.
    • Future: All checks relative to the instruction are successful.
    • Future: All checks relative to the instruction (except collateral) are successful.
    • Future: SSI update is to be applied to future trades.
    • Awaiting Settlement Date: Awaiting settlement date. No settlement problems to be reported.

  • FXDET (Block code)
    • FX Details

  • FXID
    • Fixed Income: FX trade is for the settlement of a fixed income securities trade.

  • FXNO
    • FX not to be Cancelled: Forex instructed in the original instruction is not to be cancelled.

  • FXORDER (Block code)
    • FX Order Details

  • FXPRTY1 (Block code)
    • FX Parties 1

  • FXPRTY2 (Block code)
    • FX Parties 2

  • FXSETDET (Block code)
    • FX Settlement Details

  • FXYE
    • FX to be Cancelled: Forex instructed in the original instruction is also to be cancelled.

  • GAIN
    • Gain/Amount Received

  • GBSC
    • UK Domestic Sort Code: Settle money through UK Domestic Sort Code.
    • UK Domestic: Settle money through UK domestic.

  • GCOL
    • Bank Guarantee: Collateral is a bank guarantee.

  • GDAY
    • Good for the Day: Order that, if not executed, expires at the end of the trading day on which the order is entered.

  • GENL
    • General Information
    • General: No debit or credit of resources.

  • GENR
    • General: Announcement applies to all safekeeping accounts that own underlying security. (Used for general or preliminary announcements).
    • General: Announcement applies to all safekeeping accounts that own underlying financial instrument. (Used for general or preliminary announcements).

  • GENS
    • Instruction Generation by ETC Provider: Specifies if the ETC service provider is to generate a settlement instruction.

  • GERM
    • German

  • GIVE
    • Admittance Given: Admittance was given by the investor.
    • Collateral Giver: Interest is paid to the collateral giver.

  • GLOB
    • Global Form Securities: Settlement cannot be executed; financial instruments are in global form.

  • GPPH
    • Global Permanent to Physical: Change from global permanent to physical form.

  • GREX
    • Gross Execution Price: Price is an all inclusive price, that is, including all charges, fees and taxes.

  • GROS
    • Gross Settlement System: Settle money through gross settlement system.

  • GRSC
    • The contract will be settled gross.

  • GTCA
    • Good until Cancelled: Order that remains in effect until it is either executed or cancelled.

  • GTDL
    • Guaranteed Delivery: Delivery of the financial instrument on settlement date is guaranteed.

  • GTGP
    • Global Temporary to Global Permanent: Change from global temporary to global permanent form.

  • GTHD
    • Good through Date: Order that, if not executed, expires at the end of the specified expiry date.

  • GTMO
    • Good for the Month: Order that, if not executed, expires at the end of the month on which the order is entered.

  • GTNM
    • Good until the End of Next Month: Order that, if not executed, expires at the end of next month.

  • GTPH
    • Global Temporary to Physical: Change from global temporary to physical form.

  • GTXO
    • Good till Crossed: Order that remains in effect until crossed.

  • GUAR
    • Guarantees

  • HERM
    • HERMES EURO (GR): Settle money through HERMES EURO (GR).

  • HERR
    • Herr

  • HIST
    • Historic Price: Trade is based on historic price.

  • HSVP
    • HSVP (HR): Settle money through HSVP (HR).

  • IAAB
    • Instruct Account Balance: Indicates whether the available balance in the cash account is to be utilised for the transaction.

  • IAAD
    • Status Reason Investigation: Failing reason being investigated.
    • Status Reason Investigation: Pending reason being investigated.

  • ICAG
    • Incorrect Agent: Delivering or receiving agent (counterparty) does not match.
    • Agent Rejection: Disagreement on receiving or delivering agent.
    • Agent Repair: Unrecognised or invalid receiving or delivering agent.
    • Agent Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid receiving or delivering agent.

  • ICEB
    • Iceberg Order: Type of limit order whose overall quantity is not transparent to the market. Rather, only a client-defined part of the order is shown to the market (the 'tip of the iceberg'). Upon execution of the first 'tip' (that is partial execution to the client while for the market it does not appear to be a 'partial') the system releases the next 'tip' of the same size to the market until the 'iceberg' has been melted down successfully. Different from a usual care order.

  • ICOL
    • Insufficient Collateral: Insufficient collateral proposed.

  • ICSD
    • International Central Securities Depository: Financial instruments held at an International Central Securities Depository.

  • ICUS
    • Disagreement Receiving or Delivering Custodian: Delivering or receiving custodian does not match.
    • Receiving or Delivering Custodian Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid receiving or delivering custodian.
    • Receiving or Delivering Custodian Repair: Unrecognised or invalid receiving or delivering custodian.
    • Receiving or Delivering Custodian Rejection: Disagreement on receiving or delivering custodian.
    • Custodian Repair: Unrecognised or invalid receiving or delivering custodian.
    • Custodian Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid receiving or delivering custodian.

  • IEXE
    • Incorrect Buyer or Seller: Buyer (receiver) or seller (deliverer) does not match.
    • Buyer or Seller Rejection: Disagreement on buyer or seller.
    • Buyer or Seller Repair: Unrecognised or invalid buyer or seller.
    • Buyer or Seller Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid buyer or seller.

  • IIND
    • Common Reference Repair: Unrecognised, invalid or missing Common Reference.
    • Common Reference Rejection: Unrecognised, invalid or missing Common Reference.
    • Disagreement Common Reference: Common reference does not match.

  • IMFA
    • Investment Management Fees: Cash movement relates to investment management fees.

  • IMPU
    • Imputed Tax: Imputed tax.

  • INBC
    • Incomplete Number Count: Not all the instructions part of a pool have been received.

  • INBV
    • Incorrect Bid or Order Value: Bid or order value provided is incorrect.

  • INCA
    • Income Adjustment Required: Financial instruments require income adjustment, for example, dividend or interest.

  • INCO
    • Income Portion: Rate relating to the underlying security for which income is distributed.
    • Income: FX trade is as a result of income (dividend and interest) proceeds.

  • INCOME (Block code)
    • Income Report

  • INCR
    • Increase in Value: Increase in the face value of a single security. The number of circulating securities remains unchanged.
    • Increase in Value: Increase in the face value of a single security. The number of circulating securities remains unchanged. This event may include a cash payout to holders.

  • INDA
    • Intra-Day: Statement is sent intra-day (multiple reports during the day).

  • INDI
    • Indicative Rate: Rate is indicative/estimated.
    • Indicative Rate: Rate is indicative.

  • INDL
    • Incomplete Declaration Provided: Declaration provided in the instruction is not complete.

  • INDV
    • Individual: Beneficial owner is an individual.
    • Individual: Individual or natural person.

  • INDX
    • Index Trade: Transaction is a single order to buy or sell all underlying financial instruments of an index, for example, S&P500.

  • INEL
    • Ineligible Collateral: Ineligible piece of collateral.

  • INFD
    • Insufficient Funding: Funding not sufficient to process the bid or order.

  • INFI
    • Investment Firm: Any legal person whose regular occupation or business is the provision of one or more investment services to third parties and/or the performance of one or more investment activities on a professional basis.

  • INFO
    • Information: Linked for information purposes only.
    • Information: Indicates that the messages are linked for information purposes only.
    • Information: Information provided by the issuer having no accounting/financial impact on the holder.

  • INHE
    • Inheritance: Registration related to an inheritance of financial instruments.

  • INIR
    • Instruction Irrevocable: The instruction is irrevocable.

  • INIT
    • Initiation: First call for collateral.
    • Initiation: Creation of a Collateral Management Transaction.

  • INNA
    • Narrative Information Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid SLA agreed narrative information.
    • Narrative Information Repair: Unrecognised or invalid SLA agreed narrative information.
    • Agreed Narrative Repair: Unrecognised or invalid SLA agreed narrative information.
    • Agreed Narrative Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid SLA agreed narrative information.

  • INPOS (Block code)
    • Intra-Position Movement

  • INPOSDET (Block code)
    • Intra-Position Details

  • INPS
    • Place of Safekeeping Rejection: Unrecognised, invalid or missing Place of Safekeeping.
    • Place of Safekeeping Repair: Unrecognised, invalid or missing Place of Safekeeping.
    • Disagreement Place of Safekeeping: The place of safekeeping information does not allow matching to take place.

  • INSP
    • Move of Stock: Relates to a movement of shares into or out of a pooled account.
    • In Speci/Share Exchange: Relates to a movement of shares into or out of a pooled account.
    • In Specie/Share Exchange: Relates to a movement of shares into or out of a pooled account.

  • INST
    • Instruction Status: Message reporting on an instruction status.
    • Transaction Status: Message reporting on an instruction status.
    • Instruction Transaction Status: Message reporting on an instruction status.

  • INTA
    • Cash Interest on Long Cash Balance: Cash movement relates to interest on a long cash balance.

  • INTD
    • Initiated: Transaction which has been initiated and has not yet closed.

  • INTE
    • Interim: This is an interim payment.
    • Received at Intermediary: Replacement request previously received from you has been received at intermediary (if not stock exchange).
    • Received at Intermediary: Replacement request has been received at intermediary (if not stock exchange).
    • Interim: Dividend declared and paid before annual earnings have been determined.
    • Received at Intermediary: Order has been received at the intermediary.
    • Received at Intermediary: Cancellation has been received at the intermediary.
    • Interim: This is an interim conversion.
    • Internal: Settlement standing instruction database to be used is the receiver's internal database.

  • INTL
    • International Organisation: Beneficial owner is an international organisation.

  • INTR
    • Interest: Rate relating to the underlying security for which interest is paid.
    • Interest Payment: Interest payment distributed to holders of an interest bearing asset.

  • INTSEC (Block code)
    • Intermediate Securities

  • INTV
    • Inactive: Option is not active and can no longer be responded to. Any responses already processed against this option will remain valid, for example, expired option.

  • INVA
    • Invalid for Tax Authorities: For tax reclaim, the reclaim is invalid for the tax authorities.

  • INVB
    • Balance Rejection: Unrecognised, invalid or missing balance.

  • INVE
    • Investor Party Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid investor party. May be used by an executing party to reject an instruction for an investor (or portfolio) for which it is not authorised to act.
    • Disagreement Investor Party: Unrecognised or invalid investor party. May be used by an executing party to reject an instruction for an investor (or portfolio) for which it is not authorised to act.
    • Disagreement Investor Party: Investor party does not match.
    • Investor Party Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid investor party. May be used by an executing party to reject an allocation for an investor (or portfolio) for which it is not authorised to act.

  • INVL
    • Link Rejection: Unrecognised, invalid or missing link.

  • INVN
    • Number Rejection: Unrecognised, invalid or missing lot/sub-balance number.

  • IOCA
    • Immediate or Cancel: Market or limit order to be executed in whole or in part as soon as it is submitted; any portion not so executed is to be cancelled.

  • IPCP
    • Settlement Instructions for Interests Payable by the Loan/Deposit Counterparty

  • IPFM
    • Settlement Instructions for Interests Payable by the Investor

  • IPNC
    • Instruction Processed: Instruction has been processed and cannot be cancelled.
    • Cancel Not Possible: Instruction has been processed and cannot be cancelled.

  • IPOO
    • IPO Order: Transaction is an IPO order.
    • IPO Order: Transaction is an IPO (Initial Public Offering) bid or order.

  • IPPO
    • IPP Order: Transaction is an IPP (Institutional Placement Programme) bid or order.

  • IRIS
    • IRIS (IE): Settle money through IRIS (IE).

  • ISCN
    • ISDA Master Agreement plus Additional Disruption Event Provisions for an Offshore Deliverable CNY Transaction: International Swaps and Derivatives Association Agreement plus Additional Disruption Event Provisions for an Offshore Deliverable CNY Transaction.

  • ISDA
    • ISDA Agreement: International Swaps and Derivatives Association Agreement.

  • ISSU
    • Issued: Balance for issued financial instrument where legal documentation has been received.
    • Issuance: Relates to the issuance of a security such as an equity or a depository receipt.

  • ITAL
    • Italian

  • ITIN
    • IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number: IRS individual taxpayer identification number.

  • KNOC
    • Knocked Out: Settlement transaction relates to options, futures or derivatives that are expired worthless.

  • LAAW
    • Awaiting Other Transaction: Awaiting settlement of a purchase to cover failing positions.

  • LACK
    • Lack of Securities: Instructed position exceeds the eligible balance.
    • Lack of Securities: Insufficient deliverable financial instruments in your account.
    • Lack of Securities: Insufficient financial instruments in your account.

  • LALO
    • Securities are Loaned Out: Financial instruments are out on loan.

  • LAMI
    • Last Resort Borrowing: Last resort borrowing was used to make settlement occur.
    • Last Resort Borrowing: Only last resort borrowing should be considered to make settlement occur.

  • LAPS
    • Lapsed: The event/offer conditions have not been met and the event/offer is terminated or lapsed.
    • Lapse: Allow event or entitled security to expire.

  • LAST
    • Last Page: Last page of a statement with more than one page.
    • Last Page: Last page of a multi-parts narrative with more than one page.
    • Last Page: Last page of a multi-parts notification with more than one page.
    • Last Page: Last page of a multi-parts confirmation with more than one page.

  • LATE
    • Market Deadline Missed: Your instruction was too late for matching.
    • Market or Processing Deadline Missed: Instruction or processing commend was received after market or processing deadline.
    • Market Deadline Missed: Your instruction is too late for settlement, for example, received too late, matching or settlement problems solved too late.
    • Market Deadline Missed: Instruction was received after market deadline for the registration date specified.
    • Market Deadline Missed: Received after market deadline.
    • Market Deadline Missed: Instruction was received after market deadline.

  • LCOL
    • Documentary Credit: Collateral is a documentary credit.

  • LDDET (Block code)
    • Loan/Deposit Details

  • LDPRTY1 (Block code)
    • Loan/Deposit Parties 1

  • LDPRTY2 (Block code)
    • Loan/Deposit Parties 2

  • LEGL
    • Legal Entity

  • LEND
    • The Sender, or the institution/corporate on behalf of which the message is sent is the lender (pays the principal amount and receives the interest).

  • LEOG
    • Letter of Guarantee Indicator Repair: Unrecognised or invalid letter of guarantee indicator instructed.
    • Letter of Guarantee Repair: Unrecognised or invalid letter of guarantee indicator instructed.
    • Letter of Guarantee Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid letter of guarantee indicator instructed.
    • Disagreement Letter of Guarantee Indicator: Counterparty is for settlement through Letter of Guarantee (L/G), your instruction is not, or vice versa.

  • LETT
    • Letters of Credit: Letters of credit.

  • LIMB
    • Limbo: Validation checks on the security have not yet started or are still ongoing.

  • LINK
    • Pending Linked Instruction: Your instruction is pending settlement because the instruction linked to it is pending.
    • Pending Linked Instruction: A linked instruction is pending/failing.
    • Link: Request is to link the reference in B to the reference(s) in B1.
    • Linkages

  • LIPS
    • LIPS GROSS (LU): Settle money through LIPS GROSS (LU).

  • LIQU
    • Insufficient Central Bank Liquidity: Central Bank Liquidity is insufficient.
    • Liquidation Dividend/Liquidation Payment: A distribution of cash, assets or both. Debt may be paid in order of priority based on preferred claims to assets specified by the security.
    • Liquidation Dividend/Liquidation Payment: A distribution of cash, assets or both.
    • Liquidity: In support of settlement via an RTGS or other clearing system.

  • LIST
    • List Trade: Transaction is a trade of a predetermined set of financial instruments.

  • LIWI
    • Limit With: Order to be executed at a limit price, with a round-lot (or board-lot) sales; valid only for odd lot orders.

  • LIWO
    • Limit Without: Order to be executed at a limit price, without a round-lot (or board-lot) sales; valid only for odd lot orders.

  • LMAR
    • Local Market: Source of price quotation is the market.
    • Local Market: Source of price quotation is the local market of issue.
    • Local Market: Source is the market.

  • LMTO
    • Limit Order: Order to buy at the indicated price limit or lower or an order to sell at the indicated limit price or higher.

  • LOAN
    • Loan for Consumption: Loan for consumption.
    • Loan Out Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that have been loaned to a third party.
    • Loans: Loans and deposits.

  • LODE
    • Pending On Loan Delivery: Balance of financial instruments that are pending delivery in relation to a lending transaction.

  • LOSS
    • Loss/Amount Paid

  • LTCG
    • Long Term Capital Gain: Long term capital gain.

  • LVTS
    • LVTS (CA): Settle money through LVTS (CA).

  • MACH
    • Matched: Instruction has been matched.

  • MADA
    • Madam

  • MADJ
    • Margin Adjustment: Change to margin.

  • MAKT
    • Market Side: Instruction is for a market side transaction.
    • At Market: Order to buy or sell a specified amount of a financial instrument at the quoted market price or better.

  • MAND
    • Mandatory CA Event; No Instruction Required: Participation in CA event is mandatory. Further instructions from the account owner are not required.

  • MANH
    • Market Not Held: Order to buy or sell a specified amount of a financial instrument at the quoted market price or better with some discretion on the price limit.

  • MANU
    • Manual Allocation: Allocation of the collateral is made manually.
    • Manually Accepted: Security does not satisfy the eligibility criteria stipulated in the triparty agreement. However the bank has manually accepted this security.

  • MAPR
    • Market Price: The trade was executed at market price.

  • MARG
    • Margin: Account is used when financing is by the broker/dealer.
    • Derivatives Margin Sub-balance: Balance of securities that belong to and is kept in the safekeeping account indicated within this message, and that are used as collateral for derivatives.

  • MATA
    • Allowed: Maturity date modification is allowed.

  • MATN
    • Not Allowed: Maturity date modification is not allowed.

  • MATU
    • Maturity: Transaction was effected at yield to maturity.
    • This is an instruction to settle a liquidation of a fixed loan/deposit.

  • MAVG
    • All Markets Weighted Average: Price is weighted average price of all market executions during the completion of the order.

  • MAXC
    • Maximum Cash: Maximum cash option, may be subject to scaling, as such you may receive a combination of cash and securities outturn.

  • MAXS
    • Maximum Securities: Maximum stock option, may be subject to scaling, as such you may receive a combination of securities and cash outturn.

  • MCAL
    • Full Call/Early Redemption: The redemption of an entire issue outstanding of securities, for example, bonds, preferred equity, funds, by the issuer or its agent, for example, asset manager, before final maturity.

  • MCAN
    • Matching Record Cancelled: Corresponding matching record has been cancelled.
    • Matching Instruction Cancelled: The corresponding matching record has been cancelled.

  • MCER
    • Missing Certificate: Missing certificate.
    • Missing or Invalid Certification: Awaiting receipt of adequate certification.
    • Missing Certification: Awaiting receipt of adequate certification.

  • MEET
    • Annual General Meeting: Annual general meeting.

  • METL
    • Metal: Metals trades.

  • MIME
    • Missing Market Side Details: Market side execution details are missing.

  • MINO
    • Minimum Settlement Quantity Repair: Quantity instructed is lower than the minimum existing settlement quantity for the financial instrument.
    • Minimum Settlement Quantity: Quantity instructed is lower than the minimum existing settlement quantity for the financial instrument.

  • MISM
    • Invalid Requested Message Type: ONLY for SPRC status. The MT549 statement/status advice request cannot be executed. The message type requested is not valid for the message reference or statement period concerned (that is MT548 requested for a settled transaction, MT537 requested for a future statement period, etc.).

  • MISS
    • Miss

  • MKDW
    • Mark-Down: Relates to the decrease of positions held by an ICSD at the common depository due to custody operations (repurchase, pre-release, proceed of corp. event realigned).
    • Mark-Down: Mark down the global certificate as a result of a corporate action (instruction from ICSDs to common depositories who are holding the global certificate on behalf of the ICSDs.

  • MKTM
    • Market Maker: Dealer or specialist that is trading for their own account in the OTC market. Market makers are expected to maintain an orderly market by being available to buy or sell.

  • MKUP
    • Mark-Up: Relates to the increase of positions held by an ICSD at the common depository due to custody operations (repurchase, pre-release, proceed of corporate event realigned).
    • Mark-Up: Mark up the global certificate as a result of a corporate action (instruction from ICSDs to common depositories who are holding the global certificate on behalf of the ICSDs).

  • MLAT
    • Money/Securities too Late for Settlement: Covering money/financial instruments were received too late for completing settlement on a same day basis.

  • MLEG
    • Missing Legal Power: Missing legal power for transfer.

  • MLOT
    • Lot Size Rejection: Bid or order quantity not in multiples of lot size.

  • MLTF
    • Multi-Lateral Trading Facility: Multilateral trading facility (MTF) is a multilateral system which brings together multiple third-party buying and selling interests in financial instruments in a way that results in a contract.

  • MMKT
    • Money Markets: Money markets trades.
    • Money Markets: Loans and deposits.

  • MNGT
    • Vote With Management: Vote with management.

  • MNTH
    • Monthly: Monthly payment cycle.
    • Monthly: Statement is sent monthly (once per month).
    • Monthly: Payment frequency is monthly.
    • Monthly: Frequency is monthly.

  • MODC
    • Modification Completed: Modification has been completed.

  • MONT
    • Monthly: Trade executed for month-end settlement (Deferred Settlement Service).
    • Monthly: Trade to be executed for month-end settlement (Deferred Settlement Service).

  • MONY
    • Insufficient Cash: Insufficient cash in your account.
    • Insufficient Money: Insufficient money in your account and/or credit line is insufficient.

  • MOPN
    • Modification Pending: Modification is pending. It is unknown at this time whether the modification can be affected.

  • MORE
    • Intermediate Page: Intermediate page of a multi-parts narrative which contains additional pages.
    • Intermediate Page: Intermediate page of a multi-parts notification which contains additional pages.
    • Intermediate Page: Intermediate page of a multi-parts confirmation which contains additional pages.
    • Intermediate Page: Intermediate page of a statement which contains additional pages.

  • MPRC
    • Modification Request: A modification request from your counterparty for this transaction is pending waiting for your modification request or your consent.

  • MPUT
    • Retain: An option that allows a holder to elect to retain their holding, for example, a putable bond.

  • MR01
    • Mister

  • MRGR
    • Merger: Exchange of outstanding securities, initiated by the issuer which may include options, as the result of two or more companies combining assets, that is, an external, third party company. Cash payments may accompany share exchange.

  • MRSS
    • Mrs

  • MTLO
    • Market to Limit Order: Type of order that couples the high possibility of execution (Market Order) with a protection against unwanted price fluctuations (Limit Order).

  • MTRE
    • Resume Matching: Matching process is to be resumed for the referenced transaction.

  • MUNO
    • Multiple Settlement Quantity Repair: Quantity instructed is not a multiple of an existing settlement quantity lot for the financial instrument.
    • Multiple Settlement Quantity: Quantity instructed is not a multiple of an existing settlement quantity lot for the financial instrument.

  • MUTO
    • Market Until Touched: Order to buy or sell a specified amount of a financial instrument at the quoted market price or better with some discretion on the price limit.

  • N
    • No: Financial instrument or cash is not part of the collateral, it is part of the deal transaction.
    • No: Amount of money is not part of the collateral; it is part of the deal transaction.
    • No: Amount is not part of the collateral, it is part of the deal transaction.
    • No: Financial instruments are not part of the collateral, it is part of the deal transaction.
    • No: The collateral giver doesn't own the claimed collateral.
    • No: At least one collateral piece has not settled.
    • No: Movement is pending settlement.
    • No: The collateral giver doesn't own the collateral.
    • No: The position has not been settled.
    • No: Proposed cash movements are not OK.
    • No: The proposed collateral movements are not OK.
    • No: Exposure/collateral specified is cash.
    • No: Proposed securities movements are not OK.
    • No
    • No: This message represents a beneficial owner list.
    • No: The collateral giver doesn't own the proposed collateral.

  • NACT
    • Not Accounting Related: Security transaction is not for accounting.

  • NAFF
    • Not Affirmed: Counterparty has not affirmed.

  • NAFI
    • Unaffirmed: Status of the transaction is unaffirmed.
    • Unaffirmed: Confirmation of the trade has not been affirmed.

  • NAMC
    • No Automatic Market Claims and Transformations: The event will not automatically give rise to market claims and transformations by the account servicer (typically, a CSD).

  • NAME
    • Name: Change of the issuing company's name.
    • Name: Change of the issuing company's name. Event shows the change from old name to new name and may involve surrendering physical shares with the old name to the registrar.

  • NARR
    • Narrative Reason: See narrative field for the reason.
    • Narrative: Other details do not match. See narrative for details.
    • Narrative Reason: See narrative for details.
    • Narrative Reason: See narrative field for reason.
    • Narrative: See narrative field for reason.

  • NAVL
    • Not Available: Sub-balance reported quantity is not available.

  • NBEN
    • NCBO: No Change of Beneficial Ownership (NCBO). If a standing instruction is in place for change of beneficial ownership (CBO), then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • NBFR
    • New Trade Following Rollover: Trade executed for a new trade position on the next month following the rollover of a position (Deferred Settlement Service).
    • New Trade Following Rollover: Trade to be executed for a new trade position on the next month following the rollover of a position (Deferred Settlement Service).

  • NBOR
    • No Automatic Borrowing: No automatic borrowing took place.
    • No Automatic Borrowing: No automatic borrowing should take place.

  • NCCP
    • Not CCP Eligible: Settlement instruction is not CCP eligible.

  • NCOM
    • Non-Company Related: The holder of the security is certifying he is a Non-Company related person.
    • Non-Company Related Person: The holder of the security has to certify he is a Non-Company related person.

  • NCON
    • Confirmation Not Received: Confirmation of settlement has not yet been received.

  • NCRR
    • Disagreement Currency Settlement Amount: Settlement amount currency does not match.
    • Settlement Amount Currency Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement amount currency.
    • Settlement Amount Currency Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement amount currency.
    • Settlement Amount Currency Rejection: Disagreement on settlement amount currency.

  • NCRS
    • No Cross Trade Allowed: No cross trade allowed.

  • NCSD
    • National Central Securities Depository: Financial instruments held at a National Central Securities Depository.

  • NDEF
    • Non Defeased Security Indicator: Funds will not be guaranteed at maturity by the issuer or paying agent for this newly issued non-defeased security.

  • NDIS
    • Net to Client Disclosed: Price is net to the client disclosed (used in the UK market).

  • NDLF
    • Non Deliverable Forward: FX forward trade for which only balance is settled.
    • Non Deliverable Forward: FX forward trades for which only balance is settled.

  • NDOM
    • Country of Non-Domicile: The holder of the security has to certify, in line with the terms of the corporate action, that it is not domiciled in the country indicated.

  • NEDA
    • Next Day: Settlement is to be completed on the next Day (TOM/T+1).

  • NEGO
    • Negotiated Trade: A negotiated trade is a trade for which the price is not the one quoted but an improved one that is, negotiated price.

  • NEIS
    • New Issue: The securities proceeds are newly issued.

  • NELC
    • Non Eligible Currency: Currency not eligible for settlement in the CSD.

  • NELG
    • Not Eligible: Balance is not eligible for this corporate action.
    • Not Eligible: Balance of securities not eligible for this corporate action event.

  • NELS
    • Non Eligible Security: Security not eligible in the CSD.

  • NET (Block code)
    • Net Amount to be Settled

  • NET1
    • Net Price 1: Price is a net price, that is, net of all charges, taxes, or fees.

  • NET2
    • Net Price 2: Price is a net price, that is, net only of local broker's commission, local fees, or local taxes.

  • NETC
    • The contract will be settled net.

  • NETPOS (Block code)
    • Netting Position Details

  • NETS
    • Net Settlement System: Settle money through net settlement system.

  • NETT
    • Netting: Relates to the netting of settlement instructions.

  • NEWI
    • New Issues: Financial instrument is a new issue and not yet available/tradable.

  • NEWM
    • This is a new confirmation of the execution of an order to buy or sell.
    • This is a new order to buy or sell.
    • New: New message.
    • New: New Netting Position Advice message.
    • This is a new instruction for a loan/deposit.
    • New: New SSI update notification message.
    • This is a new advice/instruction

  • NEWS
    • New: Individual SSI is new.

  • NEXT
    • Next Process: Next Process is launched. No processing pending problems to be reported.

  • NFUN
    • Non-Fungible: Financial instruments in the safekeeping account are not fungible.

  • NGIV
    • No Admittance Given: Admittance was not given by the investor.

  • NICS
    • NICS (NO): Settle money through NICS (NO).

  • NILL
    • Nil Paid: Financial instrument is nil paid.

  • NILP
    • Nil Payment: Price will not be paid.
    • Nil Payment: Rate will not be paid.

  • NLEG
    • Letter of Guarantee Not Accepted: Letter of guarantee is not accepted. If there is a standing instruction in place to accept a letter of guarantee, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.
    • Eligibility: At least one security does not satisfy the eligibility criteria as defined in the triparty agreement (or in the eligibility set) for this transaction.

  • NMAS
    • No Matching Started: Matching process has not yet started.
    • No Matching Required: Instruction has not been matched; matching process is not required.

  • NMAT
    • Unmatched: Instruction has not been matched.

  • NMPR
    • Non-Market Price: The trade was executed outside of normal market conditions (for example, in the case of an iceberg order).

  • NMTY
    • Mismatch Option Number and Option Type Rejection: Mismatch between option number and option type.
    • Mismatch Option Number and Option Type: Mismatch between option number and option type.

  • NNET
    • Not Netting Eligible: Settlement instruction is not eligible for netting.

  • NOAC
    • No Action: Option for the account owner not to take part in the event. This would include opt-out for class actions and lodging of dissenters' rights.

  • NOFR
    • No Fraction: No fractional shares are allowed.

  • NOFX
    • No Foreign Exchange Instruction: A foreign exchange instruction from you is missing.

  • NOGE
    • Not Instruction Generation by ETC Provider: Specifies if the ETC service provider is not to generate a settlement instruction where a previous agreement to do so exists.

  • NOGR
    • Notional Gross: Price is notional gross (used in the UK market).

  • NOHE
    • Not Held: Order that may be executed in partials or outside the hours of the exchange or other exchange rules.

  • NOIN
    • Not Entitled-Institutional: Investor is not entitled to cancellation rights under compliance rules as the investor is an institutional investor.

  • NOMC
    • No Automatic Market Claim: No market claim should be automatically generated.

  • NOMI
    • Registered Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that are registered (in nominee name or in the name of the beneficial owner).
    • Nominee Name: Financial instruments are held in nominee name.

  • NONR
    • No Reference: No information about the master agreement is available.

  • NOOF
    • Non-Official Offer: Offers that are not supervised or regulated by an official entity and being offered by a party, for example a broker, usually at a discount price, for example broker offer, mini-tender, mini odd lot offer or third party offer.

  • NOPA
    • No Payment: Money will not be paid.

  • NOPE
    • The instruction is for the partial or final closing of a forward currency contract.

  • NOPRINC (Block code)
    • Notional Principal Contracts

  • NOQU
    • Non Qualified Investor: The account owner is a Non-Qualified Investor.

  • NOSE
    • No Service Offered Indicator: Feature whereby the holder must elect directly to the issuer's agent (issuer only supported option).

  • NOTC
    • No cancellation: Instruction can not be cancelled because the issuer/registrar has already started the registration.
    • Already Matched and Affirmed: Instruction cannot be cancelled as it has already been matched and affirmed.
    • Cannot be Cancelled: Instruction cannot be cancelled as it has already been matched and affirmed.

  • NOWA
    • Not Entitled-Waiver: Investor is not entitled to cancellation rights under compliance rules as the investor has agreed to waive those rights.

  • NOXO
    • Not Entitled-Execution Only: Investor is not entitled to cancellation rights under compliance rules, as the investor is an execution's only client.

  • NPAR
    • No Partial Settlement Allowed: Partial settlement is not allowed.

  • NPAY
    • Payment Not Made: Payment has not been made by issuer.
    • No Payment: Payment has not been made by issuer.

  • NPLE
    • No Split Election: The issuer only allows a single option to be selected per designated holding.

  • NPRE
    • Not Presented: The instruction is NOT to be presented for settlement.

  • NRAT
    • NRA Tax: Withholding tax related to income subject NRA (Non Resident Alien).

  • NREF
    • Non-Refunded Security Indicator: New Security issued that has not been refunded and the maturity date of the original underlying security is unchanged. Applicable only in the frame of a partial defeasance corporate action event.

  • NREG
    • Street Name: Hold the securities in street name. If there is a standing instruction in place to register on receipt, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • NREN
    • Non Renounceable: Intermediate securities cannot be sold.
    • Non Renounceable: Intermediate securities cannot be traded.

  • NRGM
    • No Match: Cancellation request has been rejected since more than one instruction match to the cancellation criteria.
    • No Match: Cancellation request is in repair since more than one instruction match to the cancellation criteria.
    • No Match Repair: Cancellation request is in repair since more than one instruction match to the cancellation criteria.
    • No Match Rejection: Cancellation request has been rejected since more than one instruction match to the cancellation criteria.
    • No Match: Cancellation or Transaction Processing Command request has been rejected since more than one instruction match to the cancellation/Transaction Processing Command criteria.

  • NRGN
    • Not Found: Cancellation request has been rejected since the instruction could not be found.
    • Not Found: Cancellation request is in repair since the instruction could not be found.
    • Not Found: Cancellation or Transaction Processing Command request has been rejected since the instruction could not be found.
    • Not Found: Cancellation has been rejected since the instruction could not be found.
    • Not Found Repair: Cancellation request is in repair since the instruction could not be found.
    • Not Found Rejection: Cancellation request has been rejected since the instruction could not be found.

  • NRST
    • Not Subject to Restrictions: Ownership or transfer of a security that is not subject to restrictions.

  • NRTG
    • Non-RTGS: Settle through the non-RTGS system. If there is a standing instruction in place for settlement through the RTGS instruction, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • NSEC
    • Securities Not Delivered: Financial instruments have not been delivered by the issuer.
    • Not Delivered: Financial instruments have not been delivered by the issuer.

  • NSET
    • Default Settlement System/Method: Settle through the default settlement system/method. If there is a standing instruction in place for settlement through the alternate settlement system/method, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • NSSP
    • Standing Settlement Parties Override: Standing settlement parties have to be overridden.

  • NSTP
    • Not STP: Instruction was not STP and had to be processed manually.

  • NSYN
    • Non Syndicated: Relates to the issue of medium and short term paper (CP, CD, MTN, notes ...) under a program and without syndication arrangement.

  • NTBK
    • Not to Book: Certificate/title should not be booked in the shareholder account with the company and should be sent to the depository bank.

  • NUND
    • Net to Client Undisclosed: Price is net to the client undisclosed (used in the UK market).

  • OAGN
    • Acting as Agent for Person Other than Customer: Party is acting as an agent for a person other than a customer.

  • OBJT
    • Under Objection: Financial instruments are stolen, in dispute, under objection etc.

  • ODLT
    • Odd Lot Sale/Purchase: Sale or purchase of odd-lots to/from the issuing company, initiated either by the holder of the security or through an offer made by the issuer.

  • ODNP
    • Order Date not Provided: Order entry date is missing.

  • OFFR
    • Proposed Rate: In a remarketing of variable notes, the margin that shareholders can propose in respect of the next interest period.

  • OMET
    • Ordinary General Meeting: Ordinary general meeting.

  • ONEL
    • Other Non Eligibility: Other source of non eligibility.

  • ONGO
    • Ongoing Basis: Date is determined by "on going basis" process, for example "au fil de l'eau".
    • Ongoing: The event is ongoing for acceptance on an unsolicited basis.

  • ONLY
    • Only Page: Only page of the statement.
    • Only Page: Only page of the confirmation.
    • Only Page: Only page of the narrative.
    • Only Page: Only page of the notification.

  • OPEF
    • The instruction is for the opening of a forward currency contract.

  • OPEN
    • Open-Dated: Date has not been established.
    • Open Ended: There is no termination date defined.
    • Open-Dated: Date/time has not been established.
    • At the Opening: Market or limit order to be executed at the opening of the stock exchange or not at all; all or part of any order not executed at the opening is treated as cancelled.
    • Open-Dated: There is no expiry date.

  • OPEP
    • Open Position: Trade is to open a position.
    • Open Position: Movement was to open a position.

  • OPLF
    • Odd Lot Preference: Tender or Exchange with the Odd Lot Preference.

  • OPNM
    • Option Number Rejection: Unrecognised option number.
    • Unrecognised Option Number: Unrecognised option number.

  • OPOD
    • Open Order: Order is open.

  • OPTI
    • Options: FX Options, swapoptions, etc.
    • Options: FX options, swaptions, etc.

  • OPTN
    • FX Option: Trading of option on Foreign Exchange.

  • OPTY
    • Invalid Option Type: Invalid option type.
    • Option Type Rejection: Invalid option type.

  • ORDER (Block code)
    • Order Details

  • ORDRDET (Block code)
    • Order Details

  • ORDRPRTY (Block code)
    • FX Order Parties
    • FX Order Party

  • ORIG
    • Original Lottery Notification: Original lottery that has been announced for a specific amount and date.

  • ORLI
    • Order Lie: Order that is related to another order where the second order may be cancelled without cancelling the first. Normally, the sell order must be executed before the buy order.

  • OTCD
    • OTC Derivatives: Over-the-counter (OTC) Derivatives in general for example contracts which are traded and privately negotiated.

  • OTCO
    • Over The Counter: Place of listing is over the counter.
    • Over The Counter: Trade was executed over-the-counter (unregulated).
    • Over The Counter: Place of trade is over the counter.
    • Over The Counter: Trade was executed over-the-counter.
    • Over The Counter: Place of trade was over the counter.

  • OTHR
    • Other: Other document.
    • Other: Generic corporate action option to be used in case that no other specific code is appropriate.
    • Other: Type of collateralisation different from the ones stated here.
    • Other: See narrative.
    • Other Event: Other event.
    • Other: Other method than A001-A014. See Narrative.
    • Other: Other underlying reason for the FX transaction. See Transaction Reason Narrative.
    • Other Event: Other event, use only when no other event type applies, for example, a new event type.
    • Other: Other settlement date.
    • Unclassified Sub-balance: Balance of financial instrument that cannot be categorised, that is, is not identified with one of the existing sub-balance types.

  • OTHRDET (Block code)
    • Other Details

  • OTHRPRTY (Block code)
    • Other Parties

  • OUTS
    • Outstanding Trade: SSI update is effective for all trades settling on and after effective date irrespective of trade date.

  • OUTT
    • Outright Transfer: Absolute transfer of title.

  • OVER
    • Oversubscribe: Subscribe to more equities than underlying securities position allows.
    • Overallocated: Quantity of financial instrument of the block trade has been overallocated.

  • OWNE
    • External Account Transfer: Relates to an account transfer involving more than one instructing party (messages sender) and/or account servicer (messages receiver).
    • Own Name: Financial instruments are held in the beneficial owner's own name, self-ownership.

  • OWNI
    • Internal Account Transfer: Relates to an account transfer involving one instructing party (messages sender) at one account servicer (messages receiver).

  • OWNT
    • Type of Ownership Rejection: Type of ownership indicated is not correct.

  • PABD
    • (I)CSD participant breakdown: The (I)CSD has to provide its participants' details for disclosure purpose to the issuer/issuer's agent.

  • PACK
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Instruction has been acknowledged by the account servicer.
    • Accepted for Further Processing: Instruction has been accepted .This means that the instruction has been received, is processable and has been validated for further processing.
    • Accepted: Instruction is accepted.
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Registration has been acknowledged/accepted by the issuer/registrar.
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Instruction has been acknowledged/accepted for further processing by the account servicer.
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Instruction has been acknowledged/accepted by the account servicer.
    • Accepted: Cancellation request has been acknowledged for further processing by the account servicer.
    • Accepted: Cancellation request has been accepted for further processing.
    • Accepted: Replacement request has been accepted for further processing.
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Instruction has been acknowledged/accepted for further processing.
    • Accepted: Replacement request has been accepted for further processing by the account servicer (technical receipt).
    • Acknowledged/Accepted: Replacement request has been accepted for further processing by the account servicer (technical receipt).

  • PADJ
    • Principal/Exposure Adjustment: Change of principal/exposure adjustment.
    • Principal/Exposure Adjustment: Relates to a principal adjustment.

  • PAFI
    • Partial Fill: Order has been partially filled and the remaining quantity is warehoused.
    • Partially Filled Order, Remaining is Warehoused: Order has been partially filled and the remaining quantity is warehoused.

  • PAFILL (Block code)
    • Partial Fill Details

  • PAIN
    • Partial settlement. This is the partial close of a forward currency contract.
    • Partial Settlement: Part of the instruction remains unsettled (558).
    • Partial Settlement: Part of the instruction remains unsettled.
    • Partial Settlement: Confirmation is for partial settlement. Part of the instruction remains unsettled.

  • PAIR
    • Pair-Off: Relates to a pair-off: the transaction is paired off and netted against one or more previous transactions.
    • Pair-Off: Relates to a repo that is part of a pair-off.

  • PALL
    • Pre-Allocation: Transaction is a pre-allocation.

  • PAPU
    • Part Way Period Units Income Portion: Distribution rate relating to the part way period units, for example Group II units in UK.
    • Part Way Period Units: Number of units of a fund that were purchased part way throughout a distribution period, for example Group II Units in the UK.

  • PAPW
    • Beneficial Owner's Paperwork: Indicates if the Beneficial Owner is responsible to fill in the paperwork.

  • PARC
    • Partially Confirmed: Confirmation is for partial settlement. No additional settlement will take place.

  • PARD
    • Partial Return: A portion of the original transaction quantity was returned by the receiver.

  • PARF
    • Partially Filled: Order is partially filled, cancellation processing accepted for the remainder.
    • Partially Filled, Cancel Accepted for Remainder: Order is partially filled, cancellation processing accepted for the remainder.

  • PARI
    • Pari-Passu: Occurs when securities with different characteristics, for example, shares with different entitlements to dividend or voting rights, become identical in all respects, for example, pari-passu or assimilation. May be scheduled in advance, for example, shares resulting from a bonus may become fungible after a pre-set period of time, or may result from outside events, for example, merger, reorganisation, issue of supplementary tranches, etc.
    • Pari-Passu: Assimilation.Occurs when securities with different characteristics, for example, shares with different entitlements to dividend or voting rights, become identical in all respects, that is, pari-passu. May be scheduled in advance, for example, shares resulting from a bonus may become fungible after a pre-set period of time, or result from outside events, for example, merger, reorganisation, issue of supplementary tranches, etc.

  • PART
    • Trade Settles in Partials: Trade will settle in partials.
    • Supplemental Cancellation and Re-Run: Cancellation and re-run of a supplemental lottery only. A subsequent new supplemental lottery will be performed under the original event.
    • Partial Replacement Accepted: Order is partially filled, replacement processing accepted for the remaining.
    • Partial Settlement: Partial settlement is allowed.
    • Partial Settlement Allowed: Partial settlement is allowed.
    • Partial Offer: Partial offer.
    • Partial Cancel: Order has been partially cancelled as requested.
    • Partially Cancelled: Order has been partially cancelled as requested.
    • Partially Paid: Financial instrument is partially paid.
    • Partial: Only a portion of the original transaction quantity was delivered by the CSD.

  • PARV
    • Par Value: Price is a par value or equal to the nominal or face value of the instrument.

  • PATN
    • Partnership: Beneficial owner is a partnership.

  • PAYM
    • Cash Settlement: In support of any type of cash settlement.

  • PAYO
    • Pay Out: Money is to be paid by Party A to Party B.

  • PCAL
    • Partial Redemption With Reduction of Nominal Value: Securities are redeemed in part before their scheduled final maturity date with reduction of the nominal value of the securities. The outstanding amount of securities will be reduced proportionally.

  • PCHS
    • Payment System Switzerland (CH): Settle money through Payment System Switzerland (CH).

  • PDEF
    • Partial Defeasance/Pre-Funding: Issuer has money set aside to redeem a portion of an issue and the indenture states that the securities could be called earlier than the stated maturity.

  • PECA
    • Pending Corporate Action Receipt: Balance of financial instrument pending receipt following a corporate action.

  • PEDA
    • Pending Corporate Action Delivery: Balance of financial instrument pending delivery following a corporate action.

  • PEGE
    • Payment System in Egypt (EG): Settle money through Payment System in Egypt (EG).

  • PEND
    • Pending: Instruction's processing is pending.
    • Pending: Processing has not been completed.
    • Pending: Instruction is pending.
    • Pending Settlement: Instruction is pending. Settlement at the instructed settlement date is still possible.
    • Pending Settlement: Collateral instruction is pending. Settlement at the instructed settlement date is still possible.
    • Pending: Replacement request is pending.

  • PENF
    • Pending/Failing Settlement: Instruction is failing. Settlement at the instructed settlement date is no longer possible.

  • PENR
    • Pending Receipt: The instruction is pending receipt of securities, for example, from a purchase, loan etc.

  • PENS
    • Pending Sale: Accounting information that the position to cover the pending sale will be available by contractual settlement date.

  • PERN
    • Percentage of Principal in Basis Points: Commission is a percentage of principal.

  • PERS
    • Personal: Correspondence is to be personal.

  • PERSDET (Block code)
    • Personal Details

  • PERU
    • Charges/Tax Basis per Unit: Charge/tax basis is per unit of financial instrument.
    • Per Unit: Commission is per unit of financial instrument.

  • PETA
    • PreTrade Anonymity: Allows trader to explicitly request anonymity or disclosure in pre-trade market data feeds. Anonymity is relevant in markets where counterparties are regularly disclosed in order depth feeds. Disclosure is relevant when counterparties are not normally visible.

  • PHCK
    • Physical Securities in Verification Process: Physical financial instruments have been received and are being checked for authenticity.

  • PHDE
    • Physical to Dematerialised: Change from physical into dematerialised form.

  • PHSE
    • Physical Delivery Delay: Settlement is physical. Financial instruments are being delivered.

  • PHYS
    • Disagreement Physical Settlement: Counterparty's instruction is physical settlement, your instruction is not, or vice versa.
    • Disagreement Physical Settlement: Counterparty is for physical settlement, your instruction is not, or vice versa.
    • Physical Settlement Impossible: Physical settlement is impossible for the instructed financial instrument.
    • Physical Settlement Repair: Physical settlement is impossible for the instructed financial instrument.
    • Physical Settlement Rejection: Physical settlement is impossible for the instructed financial instrument.
    • Physical Settlement: Securities are to be physically settled.
    • Physical: Securities are to be physically settled.
    • Physical Format: Certification must be provided in physical format.
    • Physical: Financial instruments in the safekeeping account are in physical form.

  • PINK
    • Pay In Kind: Interest payment, in any kind except cash, distributed to holders of an interest bearing asset.

  • PINS
    • Previous Instruction Invalidity: Indicates that the previously sent instructions become invalid. It is only applicable after a market deadline extension.

  • PINT
    • Pending Initiation

  • PLAC
    • Placement: Relates to the placement/new issue of a financial instrument.
    • Place of Incorporation: Changes in the state of incorporation for US companies and changes in the place of incorporation for foreign companies. Where shares need to be registered following the incorporation change, the holder(s) may have to elect the registrar.

  • PLCE
    • Disagreement Place of Trade: Place of trade does not match.
    • Place of Trade Repair: Unrecognised or invalid place of trade.
    • Place of Trade Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid place of trade.
    • Place of Trade Rejection: Disagreement on place of trade.

  • PLED
    • Pledged Sub-balance: Balance of securities that belong to and is kept in the safekeeping account indicated within this message, and that are pledged.
    • Pledged Sub-balance: Balance of securities that belong to and is kept in the safekeeping account indicated within this message, and that are pledged, for example, to cover a short call.

  • PLIS
    • Disagreement Place of Listing: Place of listing does not match.
    • Disagreement Place of Listing: Unrecognised or invalid place of listing. Used when the security identified is not listed on the market supplied.
    • Place of Listing Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid place of listing. Used when the security identified is not listed on the market supplied.

  • PLOT
    • Lot: Price expressed as an amount of money per lot.

  • PNSF
    • PNS (FR): Settle money through PNS (FR).

  • PODU
    • Possible Duplicate Instruction: Instruction has not been matched. It is a possible duplicate instruction.
    • Possible Duplicate: Possible duplicate instruction.

  • PORT
    • Portfolio Move: Relates to a portfolio move from one investment manager to another and/or from an account servicer to another. It is generally charged differently than another account transfer (OWNE, OWNI, INSP), hence the need to identify this type of transfer as such.
    • Portfolio Transfer: The Statement of Settlement Allegements relates to a client portfolio move from an account servicer to another.

  • POSS
    • Change of Possession: Change in the possession or ownership of the financial instrument.

  • PPMT
    • Instalment Call: An instalment towards the purchase of equity capital, subject to an agreement between an issuer and a purchaser.

  • PPRC
    • Pending Processing: Processing of the instruction is pending.

  • PPRE
    • Partial Pre-Funding: Partial pre-funding of a debt instrument prior to maturity drawn through a lottery process. One new security is issued with an earlier maturity date for the refunded (called portion) and the other new security is issued with the original maturity date for the non refunded (remaining) portion. Applicable only in the frame of a partial defeasance corporate action event.
    • Prepayment Confirmation Received: Confirmation of the prepayment has been received (Funds Industry).

  • PPUT
    • Partial Mandatory Put Redemption: Partial mandatory exchange of a portion of bonds where the exchanged securities are usually remarketed. The issuer may offer holders the right to retain instead of exchanging their securities. A lottery will be used to determine eligibility for the event.

  • PRAG
    • Acting as Agent for Some Executions and Principal: Party is acting as an agent for some executions and principal for others.

  • PRCA
    • Pre-Confirm Cash: Pre-confirmation of the movement of the cash pending the movement of securities.

  • PRCT
    • Percentage: Price expressed as a percentage of par, as a rate.
    • Percentage: Price expressed as a percentage of par.

  • PRCY
    • Counterparty Instruction on Hold: Counterparty's instruction is on hold/frozen/in a preadvice mode.

  • PREA
    • Preadvice: Pre-advice the invoice of the trade at trade date. The pre-advice is not binding for settlement.
    • Pre-Advice: Relates to a pre-advice, that is for matching purposes only.
    • Pre-Advice: Transaction is a pre-advice, that is for matching purposes only.
    • Preadvice: Message preadvising a settlement instruction. It can be used for matching purposes, but is, without further notice from the account owner, not binding for execution.
    • Your Instruction on Hold: Your instruction is on hold/frozen/in a preadvice mode.

  • PREC
    • Precompte
    • Preliminary Announcement: Confirmed: Message may not contain complete details of the corporate action event, however, the occurrence of the event has been confirmed by the account servicer's chosen official source.

  • PRED
    • Partial Redemption Without Reduction of Nominal Value: Securities are redeemed in part before their scheduled final maturity date without reduction of the nominal value of the securities. This is commonly done by pool factor reduction.

  • PREM
    • Premium: Price expressed as a premium.
    • Premium: Price expressed as the number of percentage points above par, for example, a premium price of 2.0% equals a price of 102 when par is 100.

  • PREU
    • Preliminary Announcement: Unconfirmed: Message may not contain complete details of the corporate action event and the occurrence of the event has not been confirmed by the account servicer's chosen official source at the time message was sent.

  • PRIC
    • Price

  • PRII
    • Interest Payment with Principal: An event which consists of two components, the decrease of the amortized value of a pool factor security and an interest payment.

  • PRIM
    • Primary Market: Trade was executed on a primary market.
    • Primary Market: Place of listing is the primary market.
    • Primary Market: Place of trade is the primary market.

  • PRIN
    • Trading as Principal: Party is trading for his own account.
    • Principal: Acting as a principal for tax liability.
    • Acting as Principal: Party is acting for his own account.

  • PRIO
    • Open Offer Rights: Distribution of open offer rights.
    • Priority Issue: Form of open or public offer where priority is given to existing shareholders due to limited amount of securities available in the offer. Shareholders can buy a type of security during a short period of time.
    • Priority Issue: Form of open or public offer where, due to a limited amount of securities available, priority is given to existing shareholders.

  • PROF
    • Professional Client: MiFID classification of counterparty. Professional customers are, for example, investment firms, credit institutions, insurance companies.

  • PROG
    • Program Trade: Transaction relates to computer-driven automatically executed trades in large volumes of a set of several financial instruments.

  • PROR
    • Pro Ration: Feature whereby the option can be subject to pro ration in case, for example, of over-subscription.
    • Pro-Rate: In the case of a partial fill, pro-rate the allocations.

  • PROV
    • Collateral Giver: The client is the collateral giver.
    • Collateral Giver: Instructing party is the collateral giver.

  • PROX
    • Proxy Card: Issue a proxy card in case of voting.

  • PRSE
    • Pre-Confirm Securities: Pre-confirmation of the movement of the securities pending the movement of cash.

  • PRSY
    • On Hold by System: The transaction was put on hold by the system.

  • PRUN
    • Unknown Proceeds: Proceeds not known during election period. The option can result in cash and/or securities.

  • PTYR
    • Party Rejection: One or more party is not valid, unknown or not authorized to instruct.

  • PUTO
    • Put Option: A right to sell a defined quantity of an asset by a certain date at an agreed price.
    • Put Option: Put option.

  • PUTT
    • Put: Indicates whether the holder has the right to ask for redemption of the financial instrument prior to final maturity.
    • Putt: Trade executed following the exercise of a put option on the security.
    • Putt: Trade to be executed following the exercise of a put option on the security.

  • PVEV
    • PVE (VE): Settle money through PVE (VE).

  • PWAL
    • Period of Action: Open for acceptance until the next specified deadline in the announcement (if any).

  • PWCD
    • Percentage Commission Waived as Cash Discount: Commission is a percentage commission waived as cash discount.

  • PWEU
    • Percentage Commission Waived as Additional Units: Commission is a percentage commission waived as additional units.

  • QALL
    • All Securities: Instruction applies to the entire eligible balance of underlying securities.

  • QEIN
    • Qualified Intermediary's Employer Identification Number: Qualified Intermediary's employer identification number.

  • QIBB
    • QIB Certification: The holder of the security irrevocably certifies that it is a Qualified Institutional Buyer as defined in US Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 144A.
    • QIB Certification: The holder of the security has to irrevocably certify that it is a Qualified Institutional Buyer as defined in US Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 144A.

  • QINV
    • Qualified Investor: The account owner is a Qualified Investor.

  • QUAS
    • Quasi-Issued: Balance for issued financial instrument where legal documentation has not yet been received.

  • QUNP
    • Quantity Unit Type not Provided: Quantity unit type is missing.

  • QUTR
    • Quarterly: Payment frequency is quarterly.
    • Quarterly: Quarterly payment cycle.
    • Quarterly: Frequency is quarterly.

  • RATA
    • Rate Adjustment: Change of rate.

  • RATE
    • Repo Rate: Relates to a change in the repo rate.

  • RCAP
    • Recap Details

  • RCON
    • Reconfirmation: SSI update is effective for all trades settling on and after effective date irrespective of trade date and they need to be reconfirmed.

  • RDAV
    • Rounded Average Price: Price is a rounded average price.

  • RDDN
    • Round Down: Round down to the nearest whole number.
    • Round Down: Round the entitlement down to the last full unit/minimum nominal quantity, fractions are discarded.

  • RDUP
    • Round Up: Round up to the next full unit/minimum nominal quantity at no cost.
    • Round Up: Round up to next full unit/minimum nominal quantity at no cost.
    • Round Up: Round up to the nearest whole number.
    • Round Up: In the case of fractional shares, round up to the nearest whole number.

  • RDWN
    • Round Down: In the case of fractional shares, round down to the nearest whole number.

  • REAC
    • Required Action: Proceeds/entitlements of the mandatory event can only be paid if specified action is taken by the account owner.

  • REAL
    • Realignment: Relates to a realignment of positions.

  • REAS
    • Reason

  • REBE
    • Registered to Bearer: Change from registered into bearer form.

  • RECD
    • Reconciled: Indicates that the funds paid have been reconciled with the funds received from the Agent (meaning that there is no more risk of payment to be reversed).

  • RECDEL (Block code)
    • Receiver/Deliverer

  • RECE
    • Receipt: Counterparty's instruction is a receipt.
    • Receive: Counterparty's instruction is a receipt.
    • Collateral Taker: Instructing party is the collateral taker.
    • Receive: Financial Instruments will be credited to the safekeeping account.
    • Receive: Financial Instruments have been credited to the safekeeping account.
    • Receive: Money is to be received by Party A and paid by Party B.
    • Collateral Taker: The client is the collateral taker.

  • RECO
    • Reconciliation Only: Settlement instruction is already on the market. Sent by an account owner to an account servicer or vice versa for reconciliation purposes.
    • Re-confirmation: Individual SSI is re-confirmed.

  • REDI
    • Withdrawal: Relates to the withdrawal of specified amounts from specified sub-accounts.

  • REDM
    • Redemption: Transaction is a redemption of funds.
    • Redemption (Funds): Relates to a redemption of Funds (Funds Industry ONLY).
    • Final Maturity: The redemption of an entire issue outstanding of securities, for example, bonds, preferred equity, funds, by the issuer or its agent, for example, asset manager, at final maturity.

  • REDO
    • Redenomination: Event by which the unit (currency and/or nominal) of a security is restated, for example, nominal/par value of security in a national currency is restated in another currency.

  • REES
    • Real Estate Property Income Portion: Rate of income distribution originated by real estate investment.

  • REF (Block code)
    • By Instruction Reference

  • REFE
    • Reference Repair: Instruction has a reference identical to another previously received instruction.
    • Reference Rejection: Instruction has a reference identical to another previously received instruction.
    • Reference Rejection: One or more references are missing, invalid or unknown in the system for the instruction.

  • REFPRICE (Block code)
    • Reference Price Information

  • REFS
    • Not In Good Order: Delivery/receipt was refused because physical financial instruments are not in good order.

  • REFT
    • Refused by the Tax Authorities: Reclaim is refused by the tax authorities.

  • REFU
    • Refunded Security Indicator: New security issued which has been refunded to an earlier maturity date. Applicable only in the frame of a partial defeasance corporate action event.
    • Instruction Refused/Not Recognised: Instruction has been refused or not recognised and is represented automatically.

  • REGB
    • Regulatory Body: Financial instruments are pledged to a regulatory body.

  • REGD
    • Disagreement Registration Details: Registration details linked to the transaction are incorrect.
    • Registered Share Exchange: Exchange from bearer shares into registered shares.
    • Registered Security: Financial instruments are in registered form.

  • REGDET (Block code)
    • Registration Details

  • REGI
    • Registration Instruction: Confirmation of registration of unregistered positions. Initial or first registration.
    • Registration Instruction: Registration of unregistered positions. Initial or first registration.

  • REGO
    • Registration Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments currently being processed by the institution responsible for registering the new beneficial owner (or nominee).

  • REGR
    • Regular: Dividend paid at regular interval, for example, quarterly.

  • REGT
    • Registration Processing Status: Message reporting on the status of the registration processing at the issuer/registrar.
    • Certificates Rejected: Certificates have been lodged with the registrar but rejected due to incomplete documentation or foreign ownership limitation reached.

  • REGU
    • Regular: Regular is defined as the default settlement period for the particular security on the exchange of execution (for example, T+1 or T+2 depending on currency).

  • REIN
    • Reinvestment: Reinvestment of Cash distributed.

  • REJT
    • Rejected: The claim, substitution, proposal is fully rejected.
    • Rejected: Instruction is rejected.
    • Rejected: Cancellation request has been rejected for further processing due to system (data) reasons.
    • Rejected: Replacement request has been rejected for further processing.
    • Rejected: Request for Statement/Status Advice MT549 has been rejected for further processing.
    • Rejected: Replacement has been rejected for further processing.
    • Rejected: Instruction has been rejected for further processing.
    • Rejected: Cancellation has been rejected for further processing.
    • Rejected: Instruction has been rejected for further processing due to system reasons.
    • Rejected: Registration has been rejected by the issuer/registrar.
    • Rejected: Collateral specified is rejected.

  • RELE
    • DR Release/Cancellation: Relates to a release (into/from local) of Depository Receipt operation.

  • REMK
    • Remarketing Agreement: Purchase and sale of remarketed preferred equities/bonds through the negotiation of interest rate between the issuers and the holders.

  • REMO
    • Removed: Allegement has been removed since the previous delta statement. The allegement was removed because the alleged party sent its instruction.
    • Removal: Message sent to acknowledge that a previously sent allegement is no longer outstanding, because the alleged party sent its instruction.

  • RENO
    • Renounceable: Intermediate securities can be traded.
    • Renounceable: Intermediate securities can be sold.

  • REOR
    • CA Results in a Reorganisation: The underlying security will be debited and may be replaced by another resource (or resources).

  • REPA
    • Termination Transaction Amount Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid termination transaction amount.
    • Termination Transaction Amount Repair: Unrecognised or invalid termination transaction amount.
    • Disagreement Repurchase Amount: Repurchase amount does not match.
    • Repurchase Amount Repair: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase amount.
    • Repurchase Amount Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase amount.
    • Disagreement Termination Transaction Amount: Termination transaction amount does not match.

  • REPE
    • Eligible Balance Notification: Message reporting an eligible balance that may or may not include an entitlement calculation or a revised entitlement calculation.

  • REPL
    • Replacement Completed: Replacement request has been completed.
    • Replacement: Message replacing a previously sent message.

  • REPO
    • Repurchase Rate Repair: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase rate.
    • Repurchase Rate Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase rate.
    • Two Leg Transaction Details
    • Repurchase Agreement: In support of a repurchase agreement transaction.
    • Disagreement Repurchase Rate: Repurchase rate does not match.

  • REPP
    • Disagreement Premium Amount: Repurchase premium amount does not match.
    • Premium Amount Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid premium amount.
    • Premium Amount Repair: Unrecognised or invalid premium amount.
    • Repurchase Premium Amount Repair: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase premium amount.
    • Repurchase Premium Amount Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase premium amount.
    • Disagreement Premium Amount: Premium amount does not match.

  • REPR
    • Repair: Replacement request is in repair.
    • In Repair: Replacement request previously received from you is in repair.
    • In Repair: Cancellation request is in repair.
    • Repair: Cancellation request is in repair.
    • In Repair: Instruction is accepted but in repair.
    • Repair: Instruction is accepted but in repair.

  • REPU
    • Repo: Relates to a repurchase agreement transaction.

  • REPV
    • Repo Valuation Details

  • REQD
    • Request Details

  • REQM
    • Missing Registration Request: Registration request to be completed by the buyer and to be forwarded to the issuer is missing.

  • REQW
    • Wrong Registration Request: Registration request to be completed by the buyer and to be forwarded to the issuer is wrong. You have used the registration request of a different issuer/registrar.

  • RERE
    • Reregistration Instruction: Confirmation of reregistration of previously deregistered positions.
    • Reregistration Instruction: Reregistration of previously deregistered positions.

  • RERT
    • Repurchase Rate Type Repair: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase rate type.
    • Repurchase Rate Type Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase rate type.
    • Disagreement Repurchase Rate Type: Repurchase rate type does not match.
    • Rate Rejection: Rate is missing or invalid for the instruction.

  • RESC
    • Supplemental Cancellation: A supplemental lottery is being cancelled by the issuer. No subsequent lottery will be performed.

  • RESI
    • CSD Payment Only: Relates to transaction on a security that is not eligible at the Central Securities Depository (CSD) but for which the payment will be enacted by the CSD.

  • REST
    • Replacement Status: Message reporting on a replacement status.

  • RETL
    • Retail Client: MiFID classification of counterparty. Retail customers are the least sophisticated level of investor.

  • REVE
    • Reversal: Reversal of a previously reported movement.

  • REVN
    • No Revaluation: No revaluation of collateral position should be performed.

  • REVR
    • Reversal: Notification of a reversal.
    • Reverse: Message sent to reverse a posting on a previously sent confirmation.

  • REVS
    • Reverse Indicator

  • REVY
    • Revaluation: Revaluation of collateral position should be performed.

  • RHDI
    • Intermediate Securities Distribution: The distribution of intermediate securities that gives the holder the right to take part in a future event.

  • RHTS
    • Rights Issue/Subscription Rights/Rights Offer: Offer to holders of a security to subscribe for additional securities via the distribution of an intermediate security. Both processes are included in the same event.

  • RHYP
    • Re-hypothecation: Collateral position is available for other purposes (for example, onwards delivery).

  • RISP
    • Settling as Riskless Principal: Party settles trades that were simultaneously offset.
    • Acting as Riskless Principal: Party is trading as a riskless principal, that is, the order to buy (sell) has been simultaneously offset by an order to sell (buy) with another party.

  • RIXS
    • RIX (SE): Settle money through RIX (SE).

  • RMDR
    • Reminder: Message sent as a reminder of an event taking place.

  • RMKT
    • Regulated Market: A regulated market is a market on which financial instruments can be traded according to rules defined by the stock exchange.

  • RODE
    • Return of Refused Dump: Transaction has been generated to return a delivery previously instructed.
    • Return of Delivery Without Matching: Relates to the return of financial instruments resulting from a rejected delivery without matching operation.

  • ROLL
    • Rolling: Event will have a number of acceptance and payment dates until further announcement by the Issuer or its agent.
    • This is an instruction to settle a mutually agreed rollover/renewal with/without change in the principal amount and the interest to be settled or added/substracted from that amount.

  • ROLP
    • Rollover: Relates to a repo rollover of a position extending the closing or maturity date.

  • RPTO
    • Reporting: Relates to a transaction that is for reporting purposes only.

  • RQWV
    • Accepted Without Voting Rights: Instruction registration is accepted but the registration is not in full, that is, not with voting rights.

  • RREA
    • Disagreement in registration reason: Registration reason indicated is not correct.
    • Registration Reason Rejection: Registration reason indicated is not correct.

  • RSPR
    • Disagreement Repurchase Spread Rate: Repurchase spread rate does not match.
    • Repurchase Spread Rate Repair: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase spread rate.
    • Repurchase Spread Rate Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid repurchase spread rate.

  • RSTR
    • Restricted Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that may only be sold under certain conditions or require legal documents.
    • Subject to Restrictions (not pursuant to 144A): Ownership or transfer of a security that is subject to restrictions, and not pursuant to 144A.

  • RTGS
    • Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed: It is not possible to use the RTGS system instructed (NRTG or YRTG).
    • RTGS System Repair: Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed (NRTG or YRTG).
    • Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed: Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed (NRTG or YRTG).
    • Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed: Disagreement on RTGS system instructed (NRTG or YRTG).
    • RTGS Repair: Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed (NRTG or YRTG).
    • RTGS Rejection: Impossible to use the RTGS system instructed (NRTG or YRTG).
    • Disagreement RTGS System: Counterparty is for RTGS settlement system, you are for non-RTGS, or vice versa.
    • Disagreement RTGS System: Counterparty is for Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) system, you are for non-RTGS or vice versa.

  • RTRN
    • Return: Return of stocks should take place.

  • RVPO
    • Reverse Repurchase Agreement: In support of a reverse repurchase agreement transaction.
    • Reverse Repo: Relates to a reverse repurchase agreement transaction.

  • RVSL
    • Reversal: Message sent to reverse a previously sent confirmation.

  • SAFE
    • Disagreement Safekeeping Account: Safekeeping account used as matching criteria on the market concerned does not match. This includes Buyer/seller's account, direct client's account at the receiving/delivering agent, or receiving/delivering agent's account at the CSD.
    • Disagreement Safekeeping Account: Safekeeping account used as matching criteria on the market concerned (buyer/seller's account, direct client's account at the receiving/delivering agent, receiving or delivering agent's account at the CSD) does not match.
    • Safekeeping Account Repair: Unrecognised or invalid message sender's safekeeping account.
    • Safekeeping Account Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid message sender's safekeeping account.
    • Account Information Missing: Account information is missing in the original delivery.
    • Safekeeping Account Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid safekeeping account.

  • SAGE
    • Settling as an Agent: Party settles trades on behalf of his client for which he also traded.

  • SAMO
    • SAMOS (ZA): Settle money through SAMOS (ZA).

  • SBBK
    • Sell Buy Back: Relates to a sell buy back transaction.

  • SBLO
    • Securities Blocked: Financial instruments are blocked due to a corporate action event, realignment, etc.

  • SBRE
    • Borrowing Reallocation: Internal reallocation of a borrowed holding from one safekeeping account to another.

  • SBSB
    • Securities Buy Sell Back: Securities buy sell back.

  • SCEX
    • Securities No Longer Eligible: Instruction has been cancelled; the security no longer exists or is no longer eligible on the market instructed. For corporate action-related cancellation, CORP should be used.

  • SCHD
    • Scheduled: Rate of the scheduled payment.

  • SCHM
    • Scheme/Plan of Arrangement: Component event of a scheme/plan of arrangement: a reorganisation of a company or a group of companies, and their capital.

  • SCIE
    • Single Currency IRS Exotic: Exotic single currency interest rate swap.

  • SCIR
    • Single Currency IRS: Single Currency Interest Rate Swap.

  • SCOL
    • Securities Collateral Details
    • Securities Collateral: Collateral is securities.

  • SCRP
    • Securities Cross Product: Combination of securities-related exposure types.

  • SDOT
    • Evolution of the DOT System: Indicates the evolution of the DOT system, (Designated Order Turnaround system): a computerized order routing system used at the New York Stock Exchange.

  • SDUT
    • Lack of Stamp Duty Information: Required stamp duty information is missing.
    • Lack of Stamp Duty Information: Stamp duty information is missing.

  • SECB
    • Securities Borrowing: Relates to a securities borrowing operation.

  • SECDET (Block code)
    • Securities Details

  • SECL
    • Securities Lending: Relates to a securities lending operation.

  • SECM
    • Secondary Market: Place of trade is the secondary market.
    • Secondary Market: Trade was executed on a secondary market.
    • Secondary Market: Place of listing is the secondary market.

  • SECMOVE (Block code)
    • Securities Movement

  • SECS
    • Securities Valuation Details

  • SECU
    • Securities Option: Distribution of securities to holders.
    • Securities: Bonds, equities, futures.

  • SELL
    • Sell: The sender of the message is sending an order to sell.
    • Sell: Transaction is a sale of financial instrument by the instructing party.
    • Sell: Transaction is a sale of financial instrument.

  • SEMI
    • Semi-Annual: Frequency is semi-annual.
    • Semi-Annual: Semi-annual payment cycle.
    • Semi-Annual: Payment frequency is semi-annual.

  • SEOP
    • Seller's Option: Settlement is to be completed at the seller's option.

  • SEPI
    • SEPI (ES): Settle money through SEPI (ES).

  • SEQD
    • Sequestered Election: Election results in a change of balance type that transfers control of the securities rather than the securities themselves.

  • SESE
    • Settlement Instruction Sent: Settlement instruction has been sent to your custodian.

  • SETDET (Block code)
    • Settlement Details

  • SETDET1 (Block code)
    • Settlement Details

  • SETI
    • Sold Exempt: Trade is exempt from short-sale rules.

  • SETPRTY (Block code)
    • Settlement Parties

  • SETPRTY1 (Block code)
    • Settlement Parties

  • SETR
    • Disagreement Settlement Transaction: Settlement transaction type does not match (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for field :22F::SETR).
    • Settlement Transaction Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement transaction type (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).
    • Disagreement Settlement Transaction: Settlement transaction type does not match (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).
    • Settlement Transaction Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement transaction type (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).
    • Settlement Transaction Rejection: Disagreement on settlement transaction type (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).
    • Disagreement Settlement Transaction Type: Settlement transaction type does not match (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).
    • Settlement Transaction Type Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement transaction type (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).
    • Settlement Transaction Type Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement transaction type (relates to the settlement transaction type codes available for sequence E field 22F, qualifier SETR).

  • SETS
    • Disagreement Settlement System/Method: Settlement system/method does not match (for example, instruction is to settle using settlement system/method A. Counterparty expects settlement to occur using settlement system/method B).
    • Settlement System/Method Rejection: Disagreement on settlement system/method instructed.
    • Settlement System/Method Repair: Unrecognised or invalid settlement system/method instructed.
    • Settlement System/Method Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid settlement system/method instructed.
    • Settlement System/Method Modified: Settlement system/method has been modified at CSD to allow settlement.
    • Disagreement Settlement Method/System: Counterparty disagrees with the settlement system/method instructed, for example, Instruction is to settle using settlement system/method A. Counterparty expects settlement to occur using settlement system/method B.

  • SETT
    • Settled: Full settlement (558).
    • Settlement Date: SSI update is effective on the settlement date.
    • Settled: Collateral was settled.
    • Settled: Full settlement.
    • Settlement and Clearing Activity: Transaction relates to settlement and clearing.
    • Settled: Statement is based on actual settlement date positions.
    • Settled: Financial instrument was settled.

  • SETTL (Block code)
    • General Settlement Details

  • SETTRAN (Block code)
    • Settlement Transaction Details

  • SHAR
    • Shareholder Number Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid Shareholder Number.

  • SHHE
    • Shares Held Elsewhere: Used for certain financial instruments, for example, US mutual funds, where settlement is internal only, that is, there is no external movement of financial instrument.
    • Shares Held Elsewhere: Used for certain financial instruments, for example, US mutual funds, where settlement is internal only, that is, there is no external movement of securities.

  • SHOR
    • Short Sale Indicator: Short sale indicator.
    • Short Sale Indicator: Settlement transaction will create a short position.
    • Short Sale: Account is used for short sale orders.

  • SHPR
    • Shares Premium Dividend: This corporate event pays shareholders an amount in cash issued from the shares premium reserve. It is similar to a dividend but with different tax implications.

  • SHSL
    • Short Sale: Short sale exposure.

  • SIGN
    • Invalid Signature: Registration request does not have a valid signature of the owner of the financial instrument.
    • Signature Rejection: Registration request does not have a valid signature of the owner of the financial instrument.

  • SINO
    • SI does not Apply: Forex standing instruction in place does not apply. This instruction is an amendment to a previously cancelled instruction for which the FX order has not been cancelled.

  • SINT
    • Systematic Internaliser: Firms which, on an organised, frequent and systematic basis, deal on their own account by executing client orders outside a regulated market or an MTF. SIs have the obligation to provide, and make public, a definite bid and offer quote for liquid securities.

  • SIRR
    • Sir

  • SITS
    • SIT (SI): Settle money through SIT (SI).

  • SLBE
    • SLBE (ES): Settle money through SLBE (ES).

  • SLEB
    • Securities Lending and Borrowing: Securities lending and borrowing.

  • SLLE
    • Sell Entitlement: Sell the intermediate securities.

  • SLOA
    • Secured Loan: Secured loan.

  • SLOS
    • Stop Loss: Order to sell that sets the sell price below the market price.

  • SLRE
    • Lending Reallocation: Internal reallocation of a holding on loan from one safekeeping account to another.

  • SMAL
    • Smallest Negotiable Unit: Modification of the smallest negotiable unit of shares in order to obtain a new negotiable unit.

  • SMPG
    • Market Practice Rule Discrepancy: Instruction is accepted but does not comply with the market practice rule published for the concerned market or process.

  • SOFF
    • Spin-Off: A distribution of securities issued by another company. The distributed securities may either be of a newly created or of an existing company. For example, spin-off, demerger, unbundling, divestment.

  • SOFT
    • Soft Link: Request is to soft link the reference in B to the reference(s) in B1.
    • Soft Dollar Commission Sharing: Commission is a soft dollar percentage commission.
    • Soft Dollar Commission Sharing: Commission is a soft dollar percentage (soft dollar) commission.

  • SOIC
    • Sundry/Other Income: Rate relating to the underlying security for which other income is paid.

  • SOLI
    • Solicited: Trade was solicited by the executing broker. The broker has suggested to his client to buy/sell financial instruments.

  • SPAN
    • Spanish

  • SPCU
    • Special Cum Dividend: Trade was executed with a special cum dividend, that is, buying after the ex date and getting the dividend.
    • Special Cum Dividend: Trade is executed with a special cum dividend, that is, buying after the ex date and getting the dividend.

  • SPDL
    • Special Delivery: Settlement transactions to be settled with special delivery.

  • SPEC
    • Special: Dividend in addition to the regular dividend being paid by the company.
    • Specific: In the case of a partial fill, pre-allocate according to the amounts shown in a linked allocation instruction.

  • SPEX
    • Special Ex Dividend: Trade was executed with a special ex dividend, that is, selling before the ex date without the coupon.
    • Special Ex Dividend: Trade is executed with a special ex dividend, that is, selling before the ex date without the coupon.

  • SPGT
    • SPGT (PT): Settle money through SPGT (PT).

  • SPLF
    • Stock Split/Change in Nominal Value/Subdivision: Increase in a corporation's number of outstanding equities without any change in the shareholder's equity or the aggregate market value at the time of the split. Equity price and nominal value are reduced accordingly.

  • SPLG
    • Security Interest (Single Pledge): Security interest (single pledge).

  • SPLI
    • Split/Shaping: Transaction has been generated to enable settlement following a shortage of position.
    • Split Instruction: Option to give a split instruction, for example, a split voting instruction on a meeting.

  • SPLR
    • Reverse Stock Split/Change in Nominal Value: Decrease in a company's number of outstanding equities without any change in the shareholder's equity or the aggregate market value at the time of the split. Equity price and nominal value are increased accordingly.

  • SPLU
    • Sell Plus: Order to sell a stated amount provided that the price is not lower than the last sale price if the last sale was a plus or zero plus tick and not lower than the last sale minus the minimum fractional change in the financial instrument if the last sale was a minus or zero minus tick.

  • SPOS
    • In Street Name Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that remain registered in the name of the prior beneficial owner.

  • SPRE
    • Special Dividend with Reinvestment: Special dividend with reinvestment component.

  • SPRI
    • Settling as a Principal: Party settles its own trades.

  • SPSI
    • Sold Plus: Sold plus indication.

  • SPST
    • Split Settlement: Money and financial instruments settle in different locations.

  • SQUE
    • Squeeze Out Bid: Offer launched by a company, in possession of a large number of the shares (90% - 95%) of a company (generally as a result of a tender offer), in order to acquire the remaining shares of that company.

  • SSEX
    • Sell Short Exempt: Order to sell short which is exempt from short-sale rules.

  • SSHO
    • Sell Short: Order to sell a financial instrument that the seller does not own; a sale effected by delivering a financial instrument borrowed by or for the account of the seller.

  • SSIDET (Block code)
    • Standing Settlement Instruction Details

  • SSNX
    • Social Security Number: Number assigned to an individual by a social security agency.

  • SSTI
    • Sold Short: Sold short indication.

  • STAF
    • Staff Shares: Registration of shares given to staff.

  • STAM
    • Not Stamped or Signed: Financial instrument has not been stamped and/or duly signed.
    • Not Stamped or Signed: Financial instrument is not ceded (stamped and/or duly signed).
    • Stamp Duty: Cash movement relates to stamp duty.

  • STAN
    • Standard: If the fraction is greater than or equal to 0.5 of the resulting security then round up, else round down as specified in the respective RDUP and RDDN codes.

  • STAT
    • Missing Statutes: Missing statutes or commercial register or other legal documents.
    • Statuses: Statement is sorted by status (sequence B is to be used).
    • Status

  • STCD
    • Confirmation Discrepancy: Discrepancy in the settlement confirmation.

  • STCG
    • Short Term Capital Gain: Short term capital gain.

  • STEP
    • Commission Sharing Type is for Step-out Trade: Commission is for a step-out trade.

  • STIN
    • Standing Instruction: Standing instruction is applied.
    • Standing Instruction: Standing instruction has been applied.

  • STLI
    • Stop Limit: Stop order to buy (sell) that becomes a limit order at the limit price when the financial instrument trades at or above (below) the stop price after the order is submitted.

  • STOP
    • Stop Order: Order to buy that becomes a market order when the financial instrument trades at or above the stop price after the order is submitted or an order to sell which becomes a market order when the financial instrument trades at or below the stop price.

  • SUAP
    • Subject to Approval: Subject to approval at the relevant meeting, for example, dividend.
    • Subject to Approval: Subject to approval at the relevant meeting or through consent or according to the terms of the CA event, for example, dividend.

  • SUBBAL (Block code)
    • Sub-balance

  • SUBR
    • Partly Accepted: Party A agrees with the return part of the substitution and accepts to wait for the proposal of the new collateral.

  • SUBS
    • Subscription: Transaction is a subscription to funds.
    • Subscription (Funds): Relates to a subscription to funds (Funds Industry ONLY).

  • SUBSAFE
    • Sub-safekeeping Account

  • SUMC
    • Summary by Counterparty

  • SUMD
    • Summary Details

  • SUME
    • Summary by Exposure Type

  • SUMM
    • Overall Summary
    • Summary

  • SUPP
    • Supplemental Lottery Notification: Supplemental or additional quantity called on a previously announced original lottery.

  • SUSP
    • Trading Suspended by Stock Exchange: Trading is suspended by the stock exchange.
    • Suspended: Trading is suspended by the stock exchange.
    • Trading Status: Suspended: Trading in the security has been suspended.
    • Trading Status: Suspended: Trading in securities has been suspended.

  • SWIF
    • Switch From: Transaction is a change of an investment from one sub-fund to another sub-fund.

  • SWIT
    • Switch To: Transaction is a change of an investment from one sub-fund to another sub-fund.

  • SWPT
    • Swaption: Option on interest rate swap.

  • SYND
    • Syndicate of Underwriters: Relates to the issue of financial instruments through a syndicate of underwriters and a Lead Manager.
    • Syndicated: Relates to the issue of financial instruments through a syndicate of underwriters and a Lead Manager.

  • TAGT
    • Transfer Agent: The party appointed by the Fund Management Company. It updates records of investor accounts to reflect the daily investor purchases, redemptions, switches, transfers, and re-registrations. It ensures the timely settlement of transactions, and may provide tax information to the investor and/or to its intermediaries. It may calculate, collect, and rebate commissions. It prepares and distributes confirmations reflecting transactions, resulting in unit or cash account movements to the investor or the investor's intermediary. It responds to inquiries concerning account status, and processes the income distribution.

  • TAKE
    • Collateral Taker: Interest is paid to the collateral taker.

  • TAMM
    • Trade Amended in Market: Trade is being amended in the market.

  • TARG
    • TARGET: Settle money through TARGET.

  • TAXA
    • Tax Reclaim: Cash movement relates to a tax reclaim.

  • TAXE
    • Tax: At least one security cannot be used as collateral because a tax event is due in the next few days.
    • Tax: FX trade is for the payment of tax.

  • TAXI
    • Tax Instruction: Tax instruction.

  • TAXR
    • Tax Refund: Relates to a tax refund from the authorities on the associated corporate action event.

  • TAXVODET (Block code)
    • Tax Voucher Details

  • TBAC
    • TBA Closing: Relates to a To Be Announced (TBA) closing trade.

  • TBAS
    • To Be Announced: To Be Announced (TBA) related collateral.

  • TBAT
    • To Be Announced: Settlement is to be completed as a result of a 'to be announced' trade.

  • TBFF
    • TBF - Transferts Banque De France (FR): Settle money through TBF - Transferts Banque De France (FR).

  • TBSP
    • To be Specified: Price to be specified by account owner.

  • TCFA
    • Trust/Custody Fees: Cash movement relates to trust/custody fees.

  • TCKA
    • Travellers Cheques: Cash movement relates to travellers cheques.

  • TCRP
    • Treasury Cross Product: Combination of treasury-related exposure types.

  • TDIN
    • Not Calculated: The fund is NOT calculating the taxable income per dividend/taxable income per share.

  • TDIY
    • Calculated: The fund is calculating the taxable income per dividend/taxable income per share.

  • TEFR
    • Trade Executed Following Rollover: Trade executed this month following the rollover of positions.

  • TEMP
    • Temporary Financial Instrument Identification: Temporary financial instrument identification used for processing reasons.

  • TEND
    • Tender/Acquisition/Takeover/Purchase Offer: An offer made to holders by a third party, requesting them to sell (tender) or exchange their securities.

  • TERM
    • Termination: End of exposure.
    • Disagreement Closing Date/Time: Closing date/time does not match (repo).
    • Disagreement Closing Date/Time: Closing date/time does not match.
    • Closing Date Rejection: Invalid closing date.
    • Termination: Closing of the Collateral Management Transaction.
    • Terms: Change in the terms of the security.
    • Closing Date/Time Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid closing date/time.
    • Closing Date/Time Repair: Unrecognised or invalid closing date/time.
    • Closing Date Repair: Unrecognised or invalid closing date/time.
    • Closing Date Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid closing date/time.

  • TFIN
    • Trade Finance: Documentary credits, collections, guarantees, letters of credit.

  • THEO
    • Theoretical: Source of price quotation is a theoretical value based on the market yield.
    • Theoretical: Source is a theoretical value based on the market yield.

  • THRD
    • Third Party: Transaction has been generated by a third party, for example, a central counterparty.

  • TIER
    • One-Tier Tax: One-tier tax.

  • TIME
    • One Time Admittance: Admittance was given by the investor for one time registration.

  • TNAR
    • Transaction Notice Already Accepted or Rejected: A message with the same Transaction Notice Reference, Market Member, and Intermediary has already been processed.

  • TNIU
    • Transaction Notice ID Unknown: The combination of the Transaction Notice Reference, Market Member, and Intermediary is unknown.

  • TOBK
    • To Book: Certificate/title stays with the registrar/register and is booked in the shareholder account with the company.

  • TOPN
    • TOP (NL): Settle money through TOP (NL).

  • TOPU
    • Top-Up: Relates to a cover of securities position due to deficit of collateral following mark to market valuation.

  • TPL2
    • T+2: Settlement is to be completed at T+2.

  • TPL3
    • T+3: Settlement is to be completed at T+3.

  • TPL4
    • T+4: Settlement is to be completed at T+4.

  • TPL5
    • T+5: Settlement is to be completed at T+5.

  • TQBT
    • Total Block Quantity Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid total block quantity. Used when the total block quantity supplied in an allocation is different from the advised (ADVI) quantity supplied in the client advice of execution.
    • Disagreement Total Block Quantity: Total block quantity does not match.

  • TQHI
    • Traded Quantity Higher than Original Order Quantity: Market member executed the order exceeding the requested quantity.

  • TQNP
    • Traded Securities Quantity not provided: Traded Securities Quantity is missing.

  • TRAC
    • Tracked: The loan/collateral instruction is tracked.

  • TRAD
    • Trade: Relates to the settlement of a trade.
    • Request to unilaterally split the transaction: The referenced transaction is requested to be unmatched.
    • Traded: Statement is based on trade date positions.
    • Trade Date: SSI update is effective for all trades booked on and after effective date.
    • Benchmark: Price is a benchmark price relating to the current partial fills (for example, last trade tick from market).
    • Trade: Transaction is a regular trade.

  • TRADDET (Block code)
    • Trade Details

  • TRADE (Block code)
    • Trade Details

  • TRADPRTY (Block code)
    • Trading Parties

  • TRAN
    • Transformation: Transaction has been generated due to transformation following a corporate action.
    • Transformation: Transaction resulting from a transformation.
    • Transshipment Sub-balance: Balance of physical securities that are in the process of being transferred from one depository/agent to another.
    • Transaction
    • Transactions: Statement is sorted by transaction (sequence C is to be used).

  • TRANS (Block code)
    • Transactions

  • TRANSDET (Block code)
    • Transaction Details

  • TRBD
    • Tax Rate Break Down: The holder of the security has to provide basic details on nominals and associated tax rate to be used by the account servicer.

  • TREA
    • Treasury Valuation Details
    • Treated: Transaction has been treated.
    • Treasury: Cash management activities.
    • Treated: Transaction has been treated (triparty collateral status).

  • TREATBENF (Block code)
    • Claim of Tax Treaty Benefits

  • TREC
    • Tax Reclaim: Event related to tax reclaim activities.

  • TRFR
    • Trade Following Rollover: Trade executed on the next month following the rollover of positions.
    • Trade Following Rollover: Trade to be executed on the next month following the rollover of positions.

  • TRIP
    • Triparty Collateral Segregation: Triparty segregation of collateral, typically requested by an IM to their custodian to comply with a no delivery of collateral regulation.

  • TRPO
    • Triparty Repo: Relates to a triparty repurchase agreement.

  • TRRE
    • Trade Details Reported: Trade details are to be reported to a regulatory organisation. This stock regulatory organisation is identified in sequence D Other Parties.
    • Regulatory Organisation: Trade details are to be reported to a regulatory organisation. This stock regulatory organisation is identified in sequence D Other Parties.
    • Trade Details Reported: Trade details were reported to a regulatory organisation. This regulatory organisation is identified in the Other Parties sequence.
    • Trade Details Reported: Trade details are to be reported to a regulatory organisation. This regulatory organisation is identified in the Other Parties sequence.
    • Trade Details Reported: Trade details are to be reported to a regulatory organisation. This stock regulatory organisation is identified in the Other Parties sequence.
    • Trade Details Reported: Trade details are to be reported to a regulatory organisation. This stock regulatory organisation is identified in sequence E Other Parties.

  • TRUS
    • Trust: Beneficial owner is a trust.
    • Trustee/Third Party: Financial instruments are held by a trustee, in third-party ownership.

  • TRVO
    • Triparty Reverse Repo: Relates to a triparty reverse repurchase agreement.

  • TRXR
    • Transaction Rejection: The transaction could not be found or could not be uniquely defined.

  • TRXT
    • Transaction Type Invalid: The type of transaction is not valid or authorized.

  • TSIN
    • TIS Not Calculated: The fund is NOT calculating the taxable income per share within NAV.

  • TSIY
    • TIS Calculated: The fund is calculating the taxable income per share within NAV.

  • TTRE
    • Regulatory: Trade details are to be reported to a regulatory organisation. This stock regulatory organisation is identified in sequence E Other Parties.

  • TURN
    • Turnaround: Relates to a turnaround: the same security is bought and sold to settle the same day, to or from different brokers.

  • TXBL
    • Taxable Portion: Rate relating to the underlying security for which tax is charged.

  • TXDF
    • Tax Deferred: Rate relating to the underlying security for which tax is deferred.

  • TXEX
    • Foreign Tax-Exempt Organisation: Beneficial owner is a foreign tax-exempt organisation.

  • TXFR
    • Tax Free: Rate relating to the underlying security which is not taxable.

  • TXID
    • Tax Identification Number: Number assigned by a tax authority to an entity.

  • TXST
    • Disagreement Tax Status: Disagreement on the tax status of the securities to be settled.
    • Disagreement Tax Status: Disagreement on the tax status of the financial instruments to be settled.
    • Tax Status Repair: Unrecognised or invalid tax status of the securities instructed.
    • Tax Status Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid tax status of the securities instructed.

  • UKWN
    • Unknown: It is not known whether the securities proceeds are newly issued or not.
    • Unknown: Date is unknown by the sender.
    • Unknown: Date is unknown.
    • Unknown: Characteristics of the disposition of fractions are unknown.
    • Unknown: Unknown whether the fund is calculating the taxable income per share within NAV.
    • Unknown Quantity: Quantity is unknown by the sender or has not been established.
    • Unknown Price: Price is unknown by the sender or has not been established.
    • Unknown Date: Date is unknown by the sender or has not been established.
    • Unknown Rate: Rate is unknown by the sender or has not been established.
    • Unknown: Unknown whether the fund is calculating the taxable income per dividend/taxable income per share.
    • Unknown: Though the statement is audited, price value is unknown to the message sender.
    • Unknown: Unknown whether capital gain is in or out of the scope of the directive.

  • ULNK
    • Unknown: Linked reference is unknown.
    • Unknown: The message was not recognised - unknown linked reference.
    • Linked Reference Rejection: Message was not recognised - unknown linked reference.
    • Linked Reference Repair: Message was not recognised - unknown linked reference.

  • UNAC
    • Unconditional as to Acceptance: The required level of acceptances specified in the terms of the offer has been achieved but there are still outstanding conditions to fulfil.

  • UNBR
    • Unmatched Market Side Details: Market side trade is unmatched.

  • UNDE
    • Underlying Transaction Details
    • Underallocated: Quantity of financial instrument of the block trade has been under allocated.

  • UNEX
    • Unexposed: Delivery cannot be performed until money is received.

  • UNFR
    • Unfranked

  • UNIT
    • Unit Number: Quantity expressed as a number, for example, a number of shares.

  • UNKN
    • It is unknown whether the contract will be settled net or gross.

  • UNLK
    • Unlink: Request is to unlink the reference in B to the reference(s) in B1.

  • UNMT
    • Unmatch: The referenced transaction is requested to be unmatched.

  • UNRE
    • Unrecognised Delivery: Original delivery is not recognized.

  • UNRG
    • Unregistered Sub-balance: Balance of securities that could not be registered due to foreign ownership limitation.
    • Unregistered Sub-balance: Balance of financial instruments that could not be registered due to foreign ownership limitation.

  • UNSP
    • Unspecified: Price is not required to be specified by account owner.
    • Unspecified: Price is unspecified.

  • UNTR
    • Untracked: The loan/collateral instruction is untracked.

  • USCD
    • Unscheduled: Rate of the unscheduled payment.

  • USCH
    • CHIPS (US): Settle money through CHIPS (US).

  • USECU (Block code)
    • Underlying Securities

  • USET
    • Unsettled: Instruction is unsettled (558).
    • Unsettled: Instruction is unsettled.

  • USEX
    • U.S. Exempt Recipient: U.S. exempt recipient.

  • USFW
    • Fedwire (US): Settle money through Fedwire (US).

  • USNX
    • U.S. Nonexempt Recipient: U.S. nonexempt recipient.

  • USOL
    • Unsolicited: Trade was unsolicited. The client acts on its own without advice from the executing broker.

  • VALDET (Block code)
    • Valuation Details

  • VALI
    • Cooling-Off: Investor is entitled to a "cooling off" period with cancellation rights under compliance rules.

  • VALR
    • Rule Rejection: Account servicer validation rule rejection.

  • VARI
    • Various: Various places of trade.
    • Variable: Rate is variable.
    • Variation: Addition/return of collateral.
    • Variation: Addition of collateral.
    • Various: Partial trades have occurred over a period of two or more days.
    • Various: Trade was executed on various places.

  • VASU
    • Disagreement Variable Rate Support: Variable rate support does not match (repo).
    • Variable Rate Support Repair: Unrecognised or invalid variable rate support (repo).
    • Variable Rate Support Rejection: Unrecognised or invalid variable rate support (repo).
    • Disagreement Variable Rate Support: Variable rate support does not match.

  • VDAA
    • Value Date Adjustment: Cash movement relates to value date adjustment.

  • VEND
    • Vendor Source: Source is an external vendor.
    • Vendor: Settlement standing instruction database to be used is the database of the vendor.
    • Vendor: Source of price quotation is an external vendor.

  • VIBE
    • VIBER (HU): Settle money through VIBER (HU).

  • VLDA
    • Valid for Tax Authorities: For tax reclaim, the event is pending, the tax reclaim is valid for the tax authorities.

  • VOLU
    • Voluntary CA Event; Instruction Required to Participate: Participation in the corporate action is voluntary. If the owner wishes to take part in the event, instructions from the account owner are required.

  • VVPR
    • Reduced Withholding Tax: Reduced withholding tax rate applies to the option.

  • W8BE
    • Form W8-BEN: Certificate of foreign status of beneficial owner for United States tax withholding.

  • W8EC
    • Form W8-ECI: Certificate of foreign person's claim for exemption from withholding on income effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States.

  • W8EX
    • Form W8-EXP: Certificate of foreign government or other foreign organization for United States tax withholding.

  • W8IM
    • Form W8-IMY: Certificate of foreign intermediary, foreign partnership, or certain U.S. branches for United States tax withholding.

  • W9US
    • Form W9US: Request for taxpayer identification number and certification.

  • WAIT
    • Wait: At present the security satisfies the currency and eligibility criteria checks.

  • WBKG
    • Wrong Bank Quoted: Wrong bank is quoted on the bank guarantee or documentary credit.

  • WDIS
    • When Distributed: Settlement is to be completed when the security is distributed.

  • WEEK
    • Weekly: Statement is sent weekly (once per week).
    • Weekly: Frequency is weekly.
    • Weekly: Weekly payment cycle.
    • Weekly: Payment frequency is weekly.

  • WHOU
    • Wholly Unconditional: Wholly unconditional; all conditions specified in the offer document have been satisfied.

  • WIDI
    • When Issued or Distributed: Settlement is to be completed when the security is issued or when distributed.

  • WISS
    • When Issued: Settlement is to be completed when the security is issued.
    • When Issued: Settlement was done when the security was issued.
    • When Issued: Settlement is to be done when the security is issued.

  • WITH
    • With: Indicates that the message is to be processed with the linked message.
    • Withdrawal: Message sent to void a previously sent notification due to the withdrawal of the event or offer by the issuer.
    • Withholding Tax: Cash movement relates to withholding tax.

  • WRTH
    • Worthless: Booking out of valueless securities.

  • WSET
    • Wrong Settlement Parties: Settlement parties are incorrect.

  • WTHD
    • Withdrawal: Relates to a return of securities position due to excess of collateral following mark to market valuation.

  • WTRC
    • Withholding Tax Relief Certification: Certification process for withholding tax reduction or exemption based on the tax status of the holder.

  • XBNS
    • Ex Bonus: Trade is executed ex bonus.
    • Ex Bonus: Trade was executed ex bonus.
    • Ex Bonus: Trade is to be executed ex bonus.

  • XCPN
    • Ex Coupon: Trade is to be executed ex coupon.
    • Ex Coupon: Trade was executed ex coupon.
    • Ex Coupon: Trade is executed ex coupon.

  • XDIV
    • Ex Dividend: Trade was executed ex dividend.
    • Ex Dividend: Trade is executed ex dividend.
    • Ex Dividend: Trade is to be executed ex dividend.

  • XMET
    • Extraordinary or Special General Meeting: Extraordinary or special general meeting.

  • XRTS
    • Ex Rights: Trade is executed ex rights.
    • Ex Rights: Trade is to be executed ex rights.
    • Ex Rights: Trade was executed ex rights.

  • XWAR
    • Ex Warrants: Trade is executed ex warrants.
    • Ex Warrants: Trade is to be executed ex warrants.
    • Ex Warrants: Trade was executed ex warrants.

  • Y
    • Yes: Proposed cash movements are OK.
    • Yes: The collateral giver owns the collateral.
    • Yes: All collateral pieces have settled.
    • Yes: Financial instruments are part of the collateral.
    • Yes: The collateral giver owns the proposed collateral.
    • Yes: This message represents an income report.
    • Yes: Exposure/collateral specified is securities.
    • Yes: The position has been settled.
    • Yes: Amount of money is part of the collateral.
    • Yes
    • Yes: The proposed collateral movements are OK.
    • Yes: Amount is part of the collateral.
    • Yes: Financial instrument or cash is part of the collateral.
    • Yes: Position is a fixed one.
    • Yes: Proposed securities movements are OK.
    • Yes: The collateral giver owns the claimed collateral.

  • YBEN
    • CBO: Change of Beneficial Ownership (CBO). If a standing instruction is in place for no change of beneficial ownership (NCBO), then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • YBOR
    • Automatic Borrowing: Automatic borrowing took place to effect settlement in case of insufficient financial instruments.
    • Automatic Borrowing: Automatic borrowing should take place to effect settlement in case of insufficient financial instruments.
    • Automatic Borrowing: Automatic borrowing should take place to effect settlement in case of insufficient securities.

  • YCCP
    • CCP Eligible: Settlement instruction is CCP eligible.

  • YCOL
    • Collateral Shortage: Insufficient collateral in your account to execute the instruction.

  • YCON
    • Confirmed: The failing instruction due to expire is confirmed for settlement. Do not cancel automatically.

  • YEAR
    • Yearly: Statement is sent yearly (once per year).

  • YIEL
    • Yield: Price expressed as a yield.

  • YLEG
    • Letter of Guarantee Accepted: Letter of guarantee is accepted. If there is a standing instruction in place not to accept a letter of guarantee, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • YNET
    • Netting Eligible: Settlement instruction is eligible for netting.

  • YPRE
    • Presented: The instruction is to be presented for settlement.

  • YREG
    • Register: Register on receipt. If there is a standing instruction in place to hold the securities in street name, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • YRTG
    • RTGS: Settle through the RTGS system. If there is a standing instruction in place for settlement through the non-RTGS system, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • YSET
    • Alternate Settlement System/Method: Settle through the alternate settlement system/method. If there is a standing instruction in place for settlement through the default settlement system/method, then this standing instruction is to be ignored.

  • ZENG
    • Zengin: Settle money through Zengin.