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Bill gives US Senate the chance to kill off Dodd-Frank indemnification clause
Smalls firms baulk at paying up to $18,000 to register a few trades
Incomplete reports would be sent back to market participants
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Missing and conflicting trade identifiers plague Europe's reporting regime
Regulators struggling to use fractured reports, says OFR's Mosser
Proportion of reports that can be paired up is “very, very low” says DTCC exec
Challenges remain around secrecy provisions
Despite problems, Esma official says reporting roll-out went "pretty well"
DTCC is able to find the other half of a trade for around 40% of reports
Repository has apologised to clients caught in Emir reporting backlog
Surge in customer numbers caught the repository out, CEO admits
By any standards, Europe’s new reporting regime got off to a bad start. Many companies were not ready to comply; some repositories were not able to cope with those that were. Regulators, meanwhile...
Two companies say they have not been able to report to the DTCC's repository, and stopped trading swaps as a result
Emails to customers cite backlogs in rates and exchange-traded derivatives - users say repository has been "victim of its own success"
Differing approaches of swap data repositories haunt energy companies trying to reconcile trades
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