Two companies say they have not been able to report to the DTCC's repository, and stopped trading swaps as a result
Regulators have left industry to come up with Emir trade identifiers - a huge mistake, according to one corporate treasurer
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Supervisors ‘should accept the legislation that the council and the parliament in their wisdom have decided upon’, warns MEP
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Three quarters of survey respondents believe regulators should copy the European Union’s CVA exemptions for trades with corporates, pension funds and sovereigns
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