|Euronext Derivatives - UTP to Optiq MDG Transition Kinematics Specifications - v1.5.1||Derivatives||
The Optiq Programme will replace the current Euronext core trading applications (UTP/CCG/XDP) for the Cash (Regulated Market and Warrants) and Derivative markets. Following customer feedback, the migration to Optiq will start with the Market Data module for Cash and
|Change Summary: MDG Derivatives Segmentation Change v2||Derivatives||
This document provides the summary of changes for the MDG Derivatives segment change, and the associated technical details. This change is being done as a preparatory step for migration of the Derivatives markets to Optiq.
Following this change Euronext Derivatives markets segments will be split as below:
■ Equity Derivatives (EQD)
■ Index Derivatives (IDD)
■ Commodity Derivatives (COM)
■ Financial Derivatives (FID)
This change in advance of Phase 3 implementation willsimplify migration of the Derivatives markets to Optiq. While no major impact is expected, customers are recommended to ensure that no adjustment is required to the list of Services and Channels they subscribe to via SFTI. For more information, please contact your Relationship Manager. SFTI packages, bandwidth and form are not impacted by this change. This change will be transparent for the CCG, Drop copy & clearing, and will not result in any cancellation of overnight orders. This summary outlines impacts for clients consuming MDG for Derivatives markets. For full details of impacts please review the updated MDG documentation.
|Euronext Optiq™ Market Data Gateway Feed Configuration Production Environment v2.1||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives, ETF Access, Euronext block||
This document provides all multicast addresses required to access the Euronext Optiq® Market Data Gateway Production and Disaster Recovery (DR).
The Euronext Optiq® Market Data Gateway Production environment (PROD) is located in Basildon and the Disaster Recovery (DR) environment is located at St. Denis. The Production Primary (P) and Secondary (S) Source IP Address ranges are provided in this document for the live and standby systems as part of the High Availability mechanism.
Customers are requested to allow the Production Primary, Production Secondary and Disaster Recovery (DR) Source IP Address ranges through their Firewalls.
With the XML Standing Data files for the different Optiq Segments, customers will be able to map which instruments are available in which channel. The Optiq MDG feed configuration can be found at the end of each Standing Data file available and these will be provided on a daily basis in XML format. It is required to use the feed configuration details as part of the standing data files to connect to the feed on a daily basis.
In case a new partition is added to an Optiq Segment, customers are required to adapt to this type of change using the Optiq MDG Standing Data files that include the feed configuration details.
|Optiq MDG Client Specifications – v1.6.0 - FOR FUTURE USE||Derivatives|
|Euronext Derivatives Markets – Optiq MDG Client Specifications – v1.5.1||Derivatives|
|Conformance Guidelines||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives||
This document provides guidelines on how to test applications against Euronext’s Optiq Market Data Gateway (MDG) publisher. The document outlines all required conformance steps, the organization of tests, the testing timelines.
|OPTIQ Technical note Market Data High Availability||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives|
|OPTIQ Technical note MDG Snapshot||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives||
This technical note intends to provide general information about the Snapshot Service for Optiq MDG. Describing the Snapshot kinematics, this document aims to familiarize developers how to implement this recovery functionality in their feed handler to recover from packet loss, or in case of an intraday/late start.
|OPTIQ Technical note LZ4||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives|
|TRF Conversion Parameters Files Specifications - v1.5||Derivatives||
The TRF Conversion Parameters files provide the following data to the members on a daily basis:
|Euronext Derivatives Markets – Optiq File Specifications – v2.4.0||Derivatives|
|Euronext Derivatives Markets – TRF Conversion Parameters Files Specifications - v1.6||Derivatives|
|OPTIQ Technical Note Optiq File Services||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives|
|Input Order Throttling Per Contract - v3.3||Derivatives||
Euronext’s UTP has a built-in protection mechanism that restricts the total number of messages (of all types) that a trading session can submit per second. In UTP-Derivatives, each session on the Common Customer Gateway (CCG) has a session limit of 100 msgs/s. Next to that, an inbound order throttle can be set at an individual contract level or for some contracts (product group). If the throttle for a contract is set to n messages per second, then the Trading Host will allow a maximum of n messages per second in a certain second for an ITM for that contract.
|Request for Cross Functional Overview v3.1||Derivatives|
|Euronext Order Entry connectivity configuration specifications (Production & Disaster Recovery) v1.0||Derivatives|
|Request for Cross FAQ – Future Release||Derivatives|
|CCG Client Specifications – FIX 5.0 Interface||Derivatives||
This document sets out the message specifications for the Common Customer Gateway for Derivative markets (CCG-D) using the FIX 5.0 format. More specifically, it describes the structures of the technical, administrative and market data messages and a precise definition for any field part of these message structures. Any message is composed by one header, one body, one trailer. The description of the CCG Derivatives protocol herein addresses all derivative-related trading engines.
|Euronext Derivatives Markets - UTP Developer Guidelines - v1.2||Derivatives||
This document provides guidelines on how to write effective and efficient applications using the UTP protocols for Order Entry (Binary or FIX 5.0) and Market Data (XDP). It is important to be aware that this document is not a replacement for, but rather a complementary document to the UTP Reference Manuals (see related documentation below). Most of the points raised in this document are concerned with the most efficient, or Exchange friendly way of performing various tasks, and the Exchange requires application developers to adopt the recommendations given where relevant.
|CCG Client Specifications - Binary Interface||Derivatives||
The purpose of this document is to set out the message specifications for the Common Customer Gateway for Derivative markets (CCG-D) using the binary format. More specifically, it describes the structures of the technical, administrative and market data messages and a precise definition for any field part of these message structures. Any message is composed by one header, one body, one trailer. The description of the CCG Derivatives protocol herein addresses all Euronext derivative-related trading engines.
|Conformance Script- CCG-Light MIFID-II (FIX and Binary)-v1.2||Derivatives||
The purpose of this document is to provide customers with a description of the UTP-Derivatives MiFID II order entry conformance script, with scenarios for functional data conformance tests using the new MiFID II fields. Conformance testing will begin on 11 September 2017 on the P-EUA environment until 27 October 2017.
|CCG Error List – v1.11.0 - MiFID II release||Derivatives||
This document provides the list of errors that can be issued from the UTP Matching Engine upon receipt of request messages. Indeed, when the Matching Engine receives a request, it performs several checks on this incoming request message, and may reject it. When it does, the error is identified in the response message sent back by the Matching Engine by an error code together with an associated text in the Text  field.
|Conformance Guidelines – CCG- Light- MIFID-II ( FIX and Binary )||Derivatives|
|CCG P-EUA and V-EUA IP Configuration 1.0||Derivatives|
|CCG Binary Header file - 1.8 - MiFID II||Derivatives|
|Conformance Script RiskGuard vs1.2||Derivatives|
|Conformance Script – Request for Cross||Derivatives|
|Euronext Overview of Market Making Functionalities V 2.3.0||Derivatives||
Euronext offers to market participants a range of liquidity provider incentive programs tailored to each market (Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Lisbon) and aimed at improving on-screen liquidity. Specific functionalities have been implemented within the UTP Matching Engine to support these programs:
■ Market Making Orders (Mass Quotes)
■ Market Maker Protections
These features are only available via the CCG Binary interface to designated Market Makers. This document provides a functional overview of the Market Making functionalities to Members intending to develop an application using the Binary Interface to the Common Customer Gateway (CCG).
|Conformance Script - CCG - Full - v1.3||Derivatives|
|Conformance Script - CCG - Drop Copy - v1.1||Derivatives||
This document describes the drop copy conformance test script for UTP-D
The primary audience for this document are Member Developers and/or ISV’s who want to conform their application/software for drop copy on UTP-D . The drop copy conformance test is mandatory before access to drop copy is granted on the production environment.
|Conformance Script - CCG - Light vs1.0||Derivatives|
|Conformance Script - CCG - Failure & Recovery - v1.6||Derivatives|
|CCG Provisioning Guide for Members - V1.0||Derivatives|
|How the Market Works - v2.0||Derivatives||
The purpose of this document is to provide description of main functionalities and services offered by Optiq for Euronext Derivatives markets. This document strives to provide for each identified functionality or service the following elements:
1) Why it is present in our Market
2) Description of the service and its principles
3) Examples, where possible, of its use
4) Advantages & benefits of the services as well as recommendation of use
The aim of the document is to provide a practical overview of functionalities and approaches to Derivatives trading in Optiq. At the end of the document technical and architectural topics are also covered to provide a general overview. This document is the view of the expected implementation of Optiq for Derivatives markets. This document will be updated with further information providing additional details1 . In case of any functional changes they will be highlighted and communicated to clients in due course. A number of functionalities described in this document are subject to regulatory approval, and confirmation of implementation will be provided in due time.
This document outlines the migration guidelines for Phase 3 of Euronext’s implementation of Optiq: Order Entry Gateway (OEG) and Matching Engine (ME) for Euronext Derivatives markets, as well as the changes required to the Market Data Gateway (MDG) on Euronext Derivatives markets.
|SBE template introduction and compatibility rules||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives, ETF Access, Euronext block, TCS||
Scope and audience: This technical note intends to provide general technical information about SBE and specify the SBE implementation on Optiq®.
|Euronext Cash and Derivatives Markets – Optiq® Files specifications version 2.6.1 - FOR FUTURE USE||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives, ETF Access, Euronext block||
This document details the Referential Data HTTPS Server for Euronext, to be used in conjunction with the Optiq MDG Client Specifications.
The Servers provide full referential data for the Euronext markets, as well as feed configurations and intraday trades with their MiFID II flags. Users of the Euronext market data feed should use the Servers to:
- Configure feed connections every day.
- Support the referential data that is disseminated on the feed.
- Complete their list of trades.
|MIFID II Guidelines - Provision of data for Transaction Reporting and Order Record Keeping||Cash - regulated markets, Derivatives||
This purpose of this document is to provide guidance to Euronext Clients on the application of the requirements for Transaction Reporting (RTS 22) and Order Record Keeping (RTS 6), for the activity conducted on Euronext Regulated Markets.
|TradeManagerAPI – 1.8.wdsl (Web Service File) – MiFID II||Derivatives|
|TradeManager – 1.8.xsd (Schema File) – MiFID II||Derivatives|
|MiFID II Technical Note – Introduction to the MiFID II technical changes – v4.0 – Derivatives||Derivatives||
The purpose of this technical note is to provide general information about the MiFID II technical changes on UTP Derivatives. More specifically, this document aims to describe the MiFID II technical changes with regards to new fields in order entry messages and familiarise developers with how to implement these changes for the respective order entry interfaces.
|Exchange For Physical - Functional Overview - v1.3||Derivatives||
An Exchange for Physical (EFP) is a transaction involving the simultaneous exchange of a futures position for a basket of shares.
EFPs based on index futures are transactions made on the basis of the difference between the index futures price and the spot price of the index. Currently, the futures leg of these transactions can be reported on Euronext’s Basis Trade Facility, with reference to a cash leg. Euronext’s new Exchange for Physical Facility enables members to trade EFPs on the CAC 40® and AEXIndex® by simultaneously exchanging index futures for the corresponding basket of underlying component securities of the index. The new EFP solution will be available for trading in a regulated environment by means of a transparent central order book supported by a liquidity-providing scheme. Trading of EFPs takes place by means of a fully automated straight-through-process, eliminating operational burdens and facilitating post-trade reporting obligations. In addition, it reduces execution risk thanks to the guarantee of the central counterparty.