European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir)
The EC and Esma should consult on the process for determining equivalency with Emir, says Eric Pan of the SEC
The draft form of the EU's proposed financial transactions tax is 'unworkable' for European firms operating in Asia
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Lack of clarity on CCP equivalency leaves South African rules in limbo, says National Treasury's Natalie Labuschagne
The European Securities and Markets Authority has addressed some of the concerns over which third-country CCP platforms and products are eligible for the transitional period, which begins on March 15
While the Group of 20 nations want to see progress with financial regulatory reforms, individual authorities around the world are reluctant to relinquish domestic sovereignty over standards for cent...
Doubt cast over whether a motion to reject two Esma regulatory technical standards will survive a plenary vote on Thursday
With the price of over-the-counter swaps predicted to increase as new derivatives rules take effect, futures are being touted as an efficient alternative hedging tool, but are they a perfect fit? Bl...
The vast majority of respondents feel regulators have not provided them with sufficient information to implement new derivatives rules
Parliament is unhappy with the treatment of corporate end-users, and could require Esma to redraft standards
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