ISO 20022 Message Definitions
This section gives access to the documentation related to the ISO 20022 message definitions
Please note that the Message Definition Reports (MDRs) and Message Usage Guidelines (MUG) are available at the level of the message set, not at the level of the message definition itself.
To download the MDRs, MUGs, schemas and any additional documentation, you have to select a message set (Account Switching, for example).
BMR Administrator And Benchmark Reporting
CCP Supervisory Reporting
Central Counterparty Clearing (CCP Clearing)
Corporate Actions Variant 002 - ISO 15022 Variants
Financial Instruments and Transactions Regulatory Reporting (Trade Repository Reporting)
General Meeting (Proxy Voting)
Issuers' Agents Communication
Money Market Statistical Reporting
Post Trade Matching
Securities Financing Transaction Reporting
Securities Markets Regulatory Reporting (Internalised Settlement)
Securities Markets Regulatory Reporting (Settlement Fails)
Settlement and Reconciliation
Settlement and Reconciliation Variant 002 - ISO 15022 Variants
Shareholder Identification Disclosure
Standing Settlement Instructions for Securities, Payments and FX
Total Portolio Valuation Report
Transactions and Financial Instruments Data Reporting
Transparency of Holdings
Which documents can I download from the catalogue of messages?
The following documentation is provided:
- a Message Definition Report (MDR) and, when necessary a Message Usage Guide (MUG), fully describing each message set
- the schema of each message definition
- examples of message instances, when provided by the submitting organization
- the Business Application Header (BAH) documentation.
All communities of ISO 20022 users are invited to consider using always the most recent version of the message definitions to ensure worldwide coherence of the versions in use.
Although previous versions remain available in the ISO 20022 Message Archive.
ISO 20022 Business Areas
Access the list of Business Areas defined by the Registration Authority to classify ISO 20022 Message Definitions and the corresponding four-character code used in the Message Identifier of related ISO 20022 Message Definitions