1 MIT201 - BIT - MILLENNIUM EXCHANGE Guide to new Trading System Issue 6.1 September 2013
2 Contents Guide to new Trading System... 1 Contents Introduction Purpose Relevant Exchange communication channels Readership Document series Document history Enquiries Customer Interfaces Overview Message workflow Time synchronisation Reference Data Service Technical details User Configuration Structure Firm Node User TraderGroups for FIX Connections TraderGroups for Native connections FIX Connection Users Native connection Users Connection security Example configuration Cancel on disconnect / logout Message throttling Market Structure Market configuration Business categorisation of securities Technical operation parameters Trading Sessions Symbology Orders and Quotes Order types Order entry fields Time in Force Order Type / Time In Force combinations Order Type - Time In Force / Trading Session combinations Order Source Quotes types Quote entry fields
3 Content of quotes Cross Order types Cross Order entry fields Price Format Code ( tick size ) Order book priority Order Behaviour Stop and Stop Limit Orders Iceberg Orders Modification of an Iceberg Order / Stop Limit Orders Cross Order and Block Trade Facility Cross Order behavior Block Trade Facility behavior Order management Order modification Exchange deletion of orders Specifying ClOrdID Order Book Execution Execution Priority Execution Criteria Auctions Price monitoring extension Uncrossing algorithm Trading price monitoring Price Bands Circuit Breakers Closing prices Additional Services Drop Copy Own Order / Trade Book Download Systems and Partitions Recovery Model Connection FIX Recovery Native Recovery Disaster recovery site Exchange market intervention Urgent Notices Session Market situation options Service Interruptions Protocol Overarching Principles Different Types of Outage Assessment & Response Alternative Site Procedures Closing Prices Communication
4 Disclaimer The London Stock Exchange Group has taken reasonable efforts to ensure that the information contained in this publication is correct at the time of going to press, but shall not be liable for decisions made in reliance on it. The London Stock Exchange Group will endeavour to provide notice to customers of changes being made to this document, but this notice cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, please note that this publication may be updated at any time. The information contained is therefore for guidance only. 4
5 1. Introduction Following the acquisition of Millennium IT, all the Borsa Italiana Cash Markets (MTA, MOT, ExtraMOT, SeEeX, ETFPlus, TAH) and Post Trade Transparency Service are hosted on the ultra-low latency platform of Millennium IT Purpose The purpose of this document is to replace the current Guides to Trading Services and provide participants with: a high level technical overview of the following areas: o o o customer facing trading interfaces to the new Millennium Exchange trading system (both FIX 5.0 and Native); user and market configuration; disaster recovery; and generic operation of the Trading Services provided by Millennium Exchange. All the technical documents should be read in conjunction with the Rules, Instructions and Guide to Parameters of Borsa Italiana. 5
6 1.2. Relevant Exchange communication channels Rules of Borsa Italiana The full current Rules of Borsa Italiana in force can be found at: Italian Version: borsa-istruzionialregolamento.htm English Version: borsa-istruzionialregolamento.en.htm Changes to the Rules of Borsa Italiana and other key regulatory announcements are made by Stock Exchange Notice. Stock Exchange Notices To sign up to notification of future Borsa Italiana Notices and view the library of previous ones please see: https://www.borsaitaliana.it/borsa/user/registration.html Trading Services webpage More details of the Exchange s Trading Systems, including where this document and the Millennium Exchange Business Parameters for BIT document will be found following go-live can be seen at: Italian Version: English Version: Readership This document outlines the Trading Services available on Millennium Exchange and highlights the key differences to the existing provision on the current trading systems. 6
7 When read in conjunction with the message specifications it is intended that these documents provide the information that participants require to develop to the new services. This document is particularly relevant to trading, compliance and technical staff within the Exchange s member firms and software providers Document series The current series of documents are set out below: Trading o MIT201 BIT - Guide to New Trading System (this document) o MIT202 BIT Trading Gateway (FIX 5.0) Specification o MIT203 BIT Native Trading Gateway Specification o MIT204 BIT Post Trade Gateway (FIX 5.0) Specification o MIT205 BIT Drop Copy Gateway (FIX 5.0) Specification Market Data o MIT301 BIT Guide to Market Data Services o MIT303 BIT - Level 2-ITCH Specification o MIT305 BIT Markets Reference Data and FTSE indices constituents o MIT306 BIT MOT / EuroMOT Instrument Currency This series principally covers non-regulatory information and does not override or supersede the Rules of Borsa Italiana. The latest version of this document series can be found at the following links: Italian Version: English Version: 7
8 1.5. Document history This document has been through the follow iterations: Issue Date Description 1.0 October 2011 First issue of this document published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers 2.0 December 2011 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Sections: 5.1.4, February 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Sections: March 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Sections: 4,5, 6.1, April 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Added section: April 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Added section: May 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Added section: June 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Sections: June 2012 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Sections: May 2013 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Changed Sections: 1, 4.1, 4.4, 5.0, 5.1.1, 5.1.2, 5.1.3,
9 - Removed Section September 2013 Updated version published via the Borsa Italiana s website and distributed to customers: - Changed Sections: 5.1.4, 6.2 In subsequent issues, where amendments have been made to the previous version, these changes will be identified using a series of side bars as illustrated opposite Enquiries Please contact either Client Technology Services or your Technical Account Manager if you have any functional questions about the Millennium Exchange services outlined in this document. Client Technology Services (ITA) can be contacted at: Telephone: Service Desk Free Toll Number: ; Please contact your Business Account Manager if you have any questions about the Millennium Exchange trading functionalities outlined in this document. Business Account Managers (ITA) can be contacted at: MTA / AIM Italy/ MIV / TAH Telephone: ETFplus / MOT / ExtraMOT / SeDeX Telephone:
10 2. Customer Interfaces In the interest of increased performance and flexibility a new approach to customer interfaces will be introduced which is described below Overview The following interfaces and protocols will now be available to participants (illustrated in Figure 1) Trading Interface order / quote entry and immediate confirmation of automated trades Post Trade Interface Enriched trade confirmation of automated trades (including cancellations) 1 Off Book Trade Reporting (Post Trade Transparency) Own Trades Book Download (OTBD) Drop Copy Interface Copy To functionality Own Order Book Download (OOBD) Reference Data Service With the introduction of Millennium Trading System, the Exchange will standardise on FIX 5.0 SP2 for all of the above customer interfaces with the exception of Reference Data Service 2. In addition a new fixed width Native interface will be introduced for the Trading Interface only. Participants will connect to each interface via a FIX or native Gateway, depending on the functionality they require. Native Trading Gateway FIX Trading Gateway FIX Drop Copy Gateway FIX Post Trade Gateway 1 Including any Exchange initiated cancellations 2 Will be supported via FTP and SFTP 10
11 Users Firm FIX Trading Gateway (CompID) Native Trading Gateway (UserID) Note UserID and Trader Group are interchangable FIX Post Trade Gateway (CompID) FIX Drop Copy Gateway (CompID) Interfaces FIX 5.0 SP2 Native FIX 5.0 SP2 FIX 5.0 SP2 Messages See Table 1 for a description of messages supported FT (see Table 1) NT(see Table 1) PT(see Table 1) OT(see Table 1) DC(see Table 1) OB(see Table 1) TRADING LSE Services TRADING (Real-Time & Recovery) POST TRADE OTBD DROP COPY OOBD Figure 1 Customer Interfaces 11
12 Table 1 Functional messages supported Interface Message Group Direction FIX Trading FT Inbound (to Exchange) Functional messages supported D - New Order Single F - Order Cancel Request q - Order Mass Cancel Request G - Order Cancel/Replace Request s - New Order Cross u - Cross Order Cancel Request S - Quote Z - Quote Cancel FIX Trading FT Outbound (from Exchange) 8 - Execution Report 9 - Order Cancel Reject r - Order Mass Cancel Report AI - Quote Status Report b - Mass Quote Acknowledgement j Business Message Reject Native Trading 3 NT Inbound D - New Order Single F - Order Cancel Request q - Order Mass Cancel Request G - Order Cancel/Replace Request C - New Order Cross H - Cross Order Cancel Request S Quote M Missed Message Request Native Trading NT Outbound 8 - Execution Report 9 - Order Cancel Reject r - Order Mass Cancel Report N Missed Message Request Acknowledgement P Missed Message Report Post Trade PT Inbound AE - Trade Capture Report Post Trade PT Outbound AR - Trade Capture Report Acknowledgement Post Trade OT Inbound AD - Trade Capture Report Request BW - Application Message Request Post Trade OT Outbound AQ - Trade Capture Report Request Acknowledgement AE - Trade Capture Report BX - Application Message Request Acknowledgement Drop Copy DC Outbound 8 - Execution Report Drop Copy OB Inbound AF - Order Mass Status Request Drop Copy OB Outbound 8 - Execution Report 3 Note for consistency FIX message identifiers are used on the Native Interface. However, format and content of the messages are different. 12
13 2.2. Message workflow Participants must use the Trading Interface (FIX or native) to send order, cross order and quote messages to Millennium Exchange via configured Users. In response, Millennium Exchange will send Execution Reports over the interface used giving the status of the order / executable quote. Should a trade occur then the order / quote status will be immediately updated by an Execution Report 4 sent from the Trading Interface over the participant connection that sent in the order / quote. In addition to order status the Execution report will summarise the details of the trade and provide among the others the following information: Side Trade Quantity Trade Price Clearing House defined as Counterparty or Counterparty to the Trade Trade ID Order ID Transaction Time In addition, an enriched Trade Capture Report will be sent via the Post Trade Interface. This will include the trade details specified in the Execution Report as well as the following information: ISIN Matching Type (Continuous Trading or Auction) Clearing Type (is the trade cleared or not) This means that participants will receive two messages notifying them of the trade. They will be free to choose which message to act on before submitting the next message. Participants will be able to link the Execution Report and Trade Capture Report using either the ExecID or ClOrdID tags. 4 Note for Executable Quotes two Execution Reports will be sent one for each side of the Quote 13
14 Participants should note: In normal circumstances the Trade Capture Report will be delivered after the Execution Report. Execution Reports will be sent to the CompID that sent the order or quote. Customers have the option to cancel at firm level so a "master" CompID could cancel all orders entered for the firm by all other CompIDs. Orders / quotes sent via one CompID cannot be modified or cancelled using another CompID (with the exception of master CompID cancellations). A new cancel on disconnect facility has been provided as a means of managing orders if a session is lost. See Section 3.7 Cancel on disconnect / logout for more details. A Post Trade / Drop Copy User can be configured to receive all Trade Capture Reports / Execution Reports for the Firm, or selected CompID / UserID. Customers are recommended to have a separate connection to the Post Trade Gateway for Off Book Trade Reporting, Real Time Trade Capture Reports and the OTBD service. Where a customer is using Copy To functionality, a separate connection to the Drop Copy Gateway will be required over and above that used to support the OOBD service Time synchronisation As per the FIX standard, all times on FIX trading messages must be specified in UTC. Customers are recommended to use the Sending Time in the FIX logon message sent by Millennium Exchange to synchronise system clocks. Also all times on Native messages are in UTC. 14
15 2.4. Reference Data Service Reference data will be managed by a new Reference Data Service that will provide instrument reference data to participants in a new flat file format and available via FTP. Full details of the interface are specified in the document MIT305 BIT - Markets Reference Data and FTSE indices constituents. In addition to the flat file a subset of reference data will be available via the Market Data feed each morning: Symbol (unique identifier) Instrument status ISIN Segment Tick Price Bands Tolerances Dynamic Circuit Breaker Tolerances Static Circuit Breaker Tolerances 2.5. Technical details Technical details of all interfaces are provided in the following documents: MIT202 BIT - Trading Gateway (FIX 5.0) Specification MIT203 BIT - Native Trading Gateway Specification MIT204 BIT - Post Trade Gateway (FIX 5.0) Specification MIT205 BIT - Drop Copy Gateway (FIX 5.0) Specification MIT303 BIT - Level 2-ITCH Specification MIT305 BIT Markets Reference Data and FTSE indices constituents MIT306 BIT MOT/EuroMOT Instrument Currency 15
16 3. User Configuration A new, more flexible, approach will be taken to the configuration of participants on Millennium Exchange. Borsa Italiana will work closely with customers to agree a configuration that meets requirements but the following sections are provided for background Structure Generically, a 3-tier hierarchy will be introduced consisting of Firm, Node and User. Each User will have an associated Role. Firm (Member ID) Node FIX Trading Gateway (CompID) Trading Party (Trader Group) Entered via FIX Trading Gateway Native Trading Gateway (UserID / TraderGroup are interchangeable) FIX Post Trade Gateway (CompID) FIX Drop Copy Gateway (CompID) Figure 2 User hierarchy Each level in the hierarchy is described in the following sections. 16
17 3.2. Firm A Firm represents the highest level when depicting a participant and is intended to represent the membership under which business is routed to the Exchange. The Firm is identified by a unique Member ID. No technical or business enablement will be held against a firm and there is a one to many relationship between Firm and Node Node A Node represents a logical grouping of Users (see below), this is a new concept that forms part of the core Millennium Trading product. A Node by itself has no technical meaning but allows customers a degree of further classification/segmentation within their business, for example a firm with different clearing arrangements can segment its business accordingly. Once a Node is created all Users falling under that Node inherit the same configuration User A User represents a generic business or technical enablement, such as a trading desk or a FIX Gateway. The exact type of User is defined by the associated Role. The same User can only be configured under one node. The User can only have one of the Roles outlined below. Participant should note that the access to the Borsa Italiana Markets will be defined as follows: - Users dedicated to a specific Market (i.e. Users dedicated only to MTA, Users dedicated only to ETFplus, etc.); each user can connect to a single Market TraderGroups for FIX Connections This Role enables the User as a Trading User which represents an identifiable trading entity such as trading desks, automated trading applications or individuals. Specific enablements such as the ability to enter orders or the ability to market make will be controlled by attributes of the Trader Role associated with the TraderGroup. One or more FIX Users must be configured which then send the appropriate trading messages to the Exchange. 17
18 Participants can continue to identify orders using TraderID 5, the TradeID will be returned in Execution Reports and Trade Capture Reports. It should also be noted that orders on the book are effectively owned by the CompID that was used to submit the order (see the following sections) TraderGroups for Native connections Participants should note that Users on the native interface are connected and identified via UserIDs. Existing TraderGroups can be used interchangeably as UserIDs for all Native Trading connections. Native UserIDs are used to denote a single connection to Millennium Trading Product and as such individual User/TraderGroups are not transferrable across multiple connections. Member firms are advised that Comp ID must follow a specific structure: Market (2 char) + CED Code (4 digits) + FT (for FIX users)/ NT (for native users) + 0 (for standard users)/ S (for specialist users) + progressive code (2 digits) This structure ensures that Comp ID pass through trading and post trade validation. Any questions, please contact Client Implementation on Specified in the FIX message using Tag 448 PartyID with Tag452 Party Role set to 12 18
19 FIX Connection Users These Roles enable the user as a FIX User which represents a discrete FIX connection to a specified Millennium Exchange FIX Gateway. Each of the FIX Gateways will have a Role associated with them to enable the following User Types to be defined. FIX Trading Gateway User FIX Post Trade Gateway User Real Time Enriched Trade Reports and Off Book Trade Reporting FIX Post Trade Gateway User Own Trade Book Download FIX Drop Copy User Real Time Execution Reports FIX Drop Copy User Own Order Book Download Each FIX Users will be identified by a unique FIX CompID and can be only one of the above types. For Own Trade Book and Own Order Book downloads the Trader Groups for which the requests are made must be permissioned for each FIX CompID making the request Native connection Users As set above Native connections are identified via the UserID. Only the Native Trading Gateway User will be supported. TraderGroups will be used as the UserID for all Native Trading connections. To avoid clearing and settlement failures for cleared securities these need to be as per the clearing static data form. It should also be noted that orders on the book are effectively owned by the UserID that was used to submit the order Connection security Following the FIX standard, Message Authentication will not be supported on Millennium Exchange. However, each CompID will be assigned a password on creation that must be specified in the first logon message. Participants will be required to change the default password on first logon. Following the first logon participants can manage passwords using the Logon message. Customers will now not be required to change passwords after a configurable number of days. 19
20 3.6. Example configuration Participants can have any number of trading nodes or trading groups on request. An example configuration for a typical trading participant for illustrative purposes is illustrated in Figure below. Participants can discuss individual Test and Live configurations with the Exchange. 20
21 Figure 3 Example configuration AFIRMBIC AFIRMN1 Native Trading Gateway NAFIRM1 FIX Trading Gateway TAFIRM1 FIX Post Trade Gateway PAFIRM1 FIX Drop Copy Gateway DAFIRM1 Trading Party AFIRM1PROP Trading Party AFIRM2ALGO Assumes the participant has a single membership entity, and requires a connection to all interfaces All Off Book Trading is done under the FirmID (AFIRMBIC) Native Trading Gateway NAFIRM1 can send messages only for NAFIRM1 FIX Drop Copy Gateway DAFIRM1 can request orders for Trading Parties AFIRM1PROP and AFIRM2ALGO and Native CompID NAFIRM1 FIX Trading Gateway TFAFIRM1 can send messages on behalf of Trading Parties AFIRM1PROP and AFIRM1ALGO FIX Post Trade Gateway can send Trade Reports under AFIRM1PROP and AFIRM2ALGO and request Own Trade Book Downloads for AFIRM1PROP and AFIRM2ALGO and Native CompID NAFIRM1 21
22 3.7 Cancel on disconnect / logout As part of the transition to Millennium Exchange a new cancel on disconnect and cancel on logout facility will be provided. A disconnect is defined as a drop in the TCP session between the participant and Millennium Exchange, whether due to either party. Cancel on disconnect / logout is configured for a CompID/UserID. Should the FIX / Native Trading Gateway associated with that CompID disconnect, then all orders / Executable Quotes entered under that CompID/UserID will automatically be deleted by Millennium Exchange. Participants can have a wait period configured by which the system will wait a defined length of time before deleting orders / quotes. Where a CompID/UserID has been opted in, if required, customers can elect to specifically exclude GTD orders from this automatic deletion process. On reconnection, Millennium Exchange will send Execution Reports for the deleted orders and Quote Status messages for the deleted Executable Quotes Message throttling In order to safeguard the Exchange Trading System against abnormal participant behaviour each User/CompID enabled for access to the Native and FIX Trading Gateways will not be allowed to exceed a specified message throughput determined by the Exchange. Every message sent by a participant that means that the maximum message rate of a User/CompID is exceeded (over a second period) will be rejected via a Business Message Reject for FIX and a Reject message for the Native Trading interface. A User/CompID will be disconnected by the Trading Gateway if its message rate exceeds its maximum rate more than a configurable number of times in any 30 second duration. In such a case, the server will transmit a Logout message and immediately terminate the TCP/IP connection. The maximum throughput of each participant's User/CompID will be defined by the Exchange considering the feedback provided by the Participants. 22
23 4. Market Structure The same trading services will continue to be supported on Millennium Trading System following the transition, with identical market functionality Market configuration Millennium Exchange will continue to support the same Markets as today, including TAH and Post Trade Transparency Service currently available on the Affari Trading System. The table overleaf provides a summary. Trading Service Description Coverage MTA AIM Italia-MAC MAC MIV MOT 6 Mercato Telematico Azionario Electronic share market Sistema multilaterale di negoziazione gestito e organizzato da Borsa Italiana The MTF (multilateral trading facility) organised and managed by Borsa Italiana Mercato Alternativo del Capitale Alternative Capital Market Mercato telematico degli investment vehicles Electronic investment vehicles market (MIV) Mercato Telematico delle Obbligazioni Electronic bond market Market for the trading of shares, convertible bonds, warrants, pre-emptive rights Market for the trading of shares of Investment Companies and Real Estate Investment Companies, financial instruments of SIVs and units/shares of closed-end funds listed on the Stock Exchange Market for the trading of bonds other than convertible bonds, government securities, Eurobonds, foreign bonds, asset-backed securities (ABS) and other debt securities 6 Participants should note that, even if in the Technical Documents is mentioned the Yield, the negotiation on MOT/ExtraMOT is based on Price. 23
24 ExtraMOT Mercato non regolamentato delle Obbligazioni ETFplus SeDeX TAH PTTS The bond MTF (multilateral trading facility) organised and managed by Borsa Italiana Mercato telematico degli OICR aperti e degli strumenti finanziari derivati cartolarizzati Electronic open-end funds and securitised derivative financial instruments market Mercato telematico dei securitised derivatives Electronic securitised derivatives market Mercato after hours After-Hours Market Post Trade Transparency Service Market for the trading of financial instruments as ETFs, exchange traded commodities and exchange traded notes Market for the trading of financial instruments as covered warrants and certificates Market for the trading of listed shares that satisfy the liquidity requirements established by Borsa Italiana, securitised derivative financial instruments traded on the SEDEX market at the request of the issuer at different times from those established for the MTA and SEDEX markets Service to allow the entering of off-book trades Table 2 Trading Services 24
25 4.2. Business categorisation of securities From a business perspective an individual instrument is assigned to a grouping to form a trading segment. A specific Trading Service is a number of trading segments that share the same market model. The Millennium Exchange Business Parameters for BIT Document maps these exact groupings and allows us to lay down criteria that operate at each specific grouping level Technical operation parameters The sectorisation documented above has been maintained to ease transition to Millennium Exchange and to maintain categorisations from an Exchange Rules and wider regulatory perspective that are not specifically relevant to the trading system. Trading segments and trading sectors are not key fields for Millennium Exchange trading message entry. They will however, continue to be defined and provided via the Reference Data Service. In Millennium Exchange, instruments are technically structured as follows: Each instrument will be assigned to a Market and Segment Instruments are assigned to an Order Book with a pre-determined Trading Cycle Instruments will have specified instrument, Trading and Post Trade parameters assigned that dictate how the instrument is traded A Trading parameter consists of session parameters and a price tick table A Post Trade parameter consists of trade types and delay model (PTTS) 25
26 Figure 4 Technical structure of an instrument on Millennium Exchange The following section describes the structure components and parameters. The parameters will be available via the Reference Data Service (see Section 2.4). 26
27 4.4. Trading Sessions Although there will continue to be a concept of Period (or Sessions on Millennium Exchange) the general approach to trading sessions will be simplified. Each instrument will generally follow a simple trading day consisting of an opening auction, continuous trading and a closing auction where applicable. Timings and associated trading parameters will vary according to the market model and will be communicated in due course. In addition, and as today, market control actions invoked by the Exchange will potentially override the normal schedule. As an instrument moves from one trading session to another the new Millennium Exchange Information system will disseminate the new status of that instrument via the security status message. Please see MIT303 BIT - Level 2-ITCH Specification for further information. The following status will be sent: Pre Trading (Start of Trading) Opening Auction Call Continuous Trading Close Auction Call Re-Opening (AESP or Resume) Auction Call Resume Order Deletion period Halt Trading Stop Market Closed Post Close End of Post Close Closing Price Publication Closing Price Cross No Active Session OPA Auction Call Start of Trade Reporting End of Trade Reporting 27
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