ISO 10383Codes for exchanges and market identification (MIC)

This International Standard specifies a universal method of identifying exchanges, trading platforms, regulated or non-regulated markets and trade reporting facilities as sources of prices and related information in order to facilitate automated processing

 

Important information

As you probably already know, MiFID II/MiFIR will apply from 3 January 2018. This new legislative framework will strengthen investor protection and improve the functioning of financial markets making them more efficient, resilient and transparent.

You can find more information about MiFIDII/MiFIR on ESMA’s website.

In this context and to respond to the growing MIC demands, two additional releases will be published on 18 and 27 December 2017.

  • The modification implementation date for the 18 December release is on 25 December 2017
  • The modification implementation date for the 27 December release is on 03 January 2018

The MIC request submission deadline for inclusion in the last release of December is on 22nd December. The requests received after the deadline will be processed on a best effort basis.

 

Download the latest list of Market Identifier Codes

Excel format PDF format Comma Separated Values Extended Markup Language and schema Annexes Publication date Modifications implementation date Next publication date
Download (.xls) Download (.pdf) MIC list by country(.csv) MIC list by country(.xml)
MIC list by country schema (.xsd)
Download 11 December 2017 25 December 2017 18 December 2017

 

The list is also available via the following direct link: https://www.iso20022.org/sites/default/files/ISO10383_MIC/ISO10383_MIC.xls

 

Publication and modifications implementation timeline

The MIC list is published on the second Monday of the month or the following business day if it falls on a public holiday in the country of the ISO 10383 Registration Authority (RA). The modifications become effective on the fourth Monday of the month.

 

Next publication dates

2017  
  18 December (additional date)
  27 December (additional date)
2018  
  8 January
  12 February
  12 March
  9 April
  14 May
  11 June
  9 July
  13 August
  17 September
  8 October
  12 November
  10 December

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The published list of MICs includes all requests introduced by applicants until the first Monday of the month, after successful validation by the RA. Valid requests received by the RA after the first Monday of the month and before publication will be incorporated in the publication of the month on a best effort basis.

 

MIC Request Forms

The creation, maintenance and deactivation of Market Identifier Codes (MIC) is free of charge and operated by the ISO 10383 Registration Authority.

Important: Only representatives from the market organisation that operates the exchange, market or trade reporting facility (to be) identified by a MIC are authorised to submit below request forms (1).

For more information, please consult the Registration Procedures.

 

 

Contact information

You can consult the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) here.

Should you have questions related to the market itsef, for example which instruments are traded, is it a regulated or a non-regulated market, etc. please contact the market organisation itself. The Registration Authority is collecting a contact email adress for each market organisation that can be used for enquiries. The current list of email addresses is available here.

Should you have questions concerning the registration and publication of MICs, please contact the Registration Authority:

The Registration Authority (RA) for ISO 10383 (MIC) is:
S.W.I.F.T. SCRL
Avenue Adèle 1
1310 La Hulpe
BELGIUM
Contact: MIC-ISO10383.Generic@swift.com
 

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(1) In exceptional circumstances, a third party organisation may enter into an agreement with the RA to act on behalf of the market organisations of a country or region. A regulatory body may also require updates to the MIC list.

 

 

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