European authorities are trying to harmonise the scope of Emir's reporting rules, which currently allow EU member states to exclude some foreign exchange transactions from the new regime
A clearing specialist at the German regulator says many smaller corporates are still not set up for reporting, but enforcement of the rules will be eased in gradually
European authorities urged to learn from the successful roll-out of clearing in the US, by phasing compliance – and possibly also giving Esma the power to postpone start dates
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Missing trade and entity identifiers mean up to 60% of derivatives trades reported under the Emir regime cannot be paired with their corresponding halves, say trade repositories
Sandy Broderick, chief executive of the DTCC's repository service, says "our major failure" was not being ready for a late surge of clients that left thousands of accounts in a queue when Europe's derivatives reporting rules took effect last month
A month before Europe’s reporting deadline, customer inflows at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation’s repository leapt from as little as 10 a day to as many as 200 – something no-one had anticipated, says the chief executive for the business,...
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