A Securitisation Repository (SR) is a legal entity that centrally collects and maintains the records of securitisations. Read more on how to apply.
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Originators, sponsors or securitisation special purpose entities (SSPEs) must report their public securitisations within the scope of the UK Securitisation Regulation to a UK securitisation repository (SR) registered by us.
Firms registered as UK SRs are included on the Financial Services Register.
Approach to Supervision
In September 2022, we issued the first portfolio letter to all SRs in our portfolio setting out what we expect them to do to minimise risks to consumers, market integrity or competition from failures to meet regulatory requirements
Applying to be a UK SR
We are currently updating our forms. In the meantime, if you want to apply to be a UK SR, you should submit information with supporting documentation in the format according to the technical standards set out in the FCA Handbook and email it to [email protected]
To be authorised as a UK SR, you must meet the conditions set out in article 10 of the UK Securitisation Regulation. You should be able to evidence that you have the necessary competence to carry out the collecting and maintaining of securitisation records.
Previously, we have consulted on and published technical standards for UK SRs and rules to enable us to recover the costs of their supervision:
SRs that are registered under the UK Securitisation Regulation
The following SRs are registered under the UK Securitisation Regulation to operate in the UK:
- European DataWarehouse Limited
- SecRep Limited
Further details about these firms can be found on the Financial Services Register.
If you have any queries, please email us.