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ISO 15022
Data Field Dictionary

MT517: (9) Field 20a: Reference

FORMAT

Option C :4!c//16x (Qualifier)(Reference)
Option U :4!c//52x (Qualifier)(UTI Reference)

PRESENCE

Mandatory in mandatory subsequence A1

QUALIFIER

(Error code(s): T89)

Order

M/O

Qualifier

R/N

CR

Options

Qualifier Description

1

M

RELA

N

 

C

Related Message Reference

 

or

PREV

N

C2

C

Previous Message Reference

 

or

MAST

N

 

C

Master Reference

 

or

BASK

N

 

C

Basket Reference

 

or

INDX

N

 

C

Index Reference

 

or

LIST

N

 

C

List Reference

 

or

PROG

N

 

C

Program Reference

 

or

TRRF

N

 

C or U

Deal Reference

 

or

COMM

N

 

C

Common Reference

 

or

COLR

N

 

C

Collateral Reference

 

or

ISSU

N

 

C

Issuer Reference

DEFINITION

This qualified generic field specifies:

BASK

Basket Reference

Reference identifying a basket trade.

COLR

Collateral Reference

Reference assigned to a collateral transaction linked to the settlement transaction.

COMM

Common Reference

Unique reference agreed upon by the two counterparties to identify the trade.

INDX

Index Reference

Reference identifying an index trade.

ISSU

Issuer Reference

Reference that an issuer attributes to a fund (funds industry).

LIST

List Reference

Reference identifying a list trade.

MAST

Master Reference

Unique and unambiguous identifier used to link a group of individual transactions together.

PREV

Previous Message Reference

Message reference of the linked message which was previously sent.

PROG

Program Reference

Program reference which identifies a program trade.

RELA

Related Message Reference

Message reference of the linked message which was previously received.

TRRF

Deal Reference

Reference assigned to the trade by the Investment Manager OR the Broker/Dealer. This reference will be used throughout the trade life cycle to access/update the trade details.

NETWORK VALIDATED RULES

Reference must not start or end with a slash '/' and must not contain two consecutive slashes '//'.