Where foreign currency payment agreements for the IRP/Accounting SAR transaction include payment or other repayment of the amounts payable under the plan more than 12 months after the amounts have expired, For the IRP/RAS transaction in question, the following codes are displayed: A700.9: Yes, since the foreign subsidiary`s transaction in the foreign market and the transaction between the foreign subsidiary and BD1 are made at two different prices, they are considered separate transactions and, therefore, the transaction between BD1 and the foreign subsidiary of FINRA must be declared. See FAQ 304.2. For example, BD1`s subsidiary trades in Canada at a Canadian price of $1 per share, and the transaction is reported in Canada. Trading at 1 Canadian dollar per share is converted to $1.40 per share, and BD1`s subsidiary sells the shares to BD1 at $1.41. BD1 must declare the transaction with its subsidiary at $1.41 at the ORF. BD1 being the member, BD1 has an obligation to declare the trading, despite the fact that it was the subsidiary and not BD1 that added its royalty to the share price. In the case of a trade between a member and a non-member, the member is subject to the notification obligation. BD1 is not obligated to declare the customer in part of the transaction, provided that the BD1 customer falls within the definition of Rule 0160 and that BD1 gives the customer the same price as the price at which BD1 purchased the warranty from its foreign subsidiary. (See OATS FAQ C92.) A205.13: No. The use of the commercial transaction and acceptance feature (see section 103) would not meet the requirement of the “documented agreement at the same time” to defer the obligation to establish business relationships in accordance with FINRA rules. A107.2: Yes.
Members are required to properly disclose all information contained in business reports, including capacity. When a FINRA facility puts the capacity code in the default, the report member must ensure that the standard capacity is correct. For the purposes of compliance with commercial reporting rules, reliance on failure capacity is considered to be the equivalent of positive selection of standard capacity. For example, if the BD1 member reports a trade and the standard ability is “agent,” it is assumed that BD1 has positively declared its agent capacity. It is not uncommon for companies to deal with individuals and organizations with whom they already have relationships. This type of business activity is called transactions with related parties. The most common types of related companies are related companies, shareholder groups, subsidiaries and minority companies. Transactions with related parties may include sales, leases, service agreements and credit contracts. A400.4: FINRA institutions automatically add certain trade reporting modifiers, z.B external market hours. T) Modifier – Trade Modifier Field 3 is not restocked in the trade report submitted by the member.