European market infrastructure regulation (emir)
While Singapore will mandate single-sided trade reporting, regulators in Australia and Hong Kong will follow the European Union’s requirement for dual reporting, leading to concerns among market participants...
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation will force non-financial counterparties to clear trades in over-the-counter derivatives once they reach a set of notional thresholds. And despite their original...
Baringa Partners survey suggests firms may struggle to cope with European financial regulation
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Eleven CCPs say they will apply to Esma for approval – sparing European members a capital hit – but Canada's CDCC has no plans to go through the process
Esma has ignored calls to exempt covered bond vehicles from clearing, to the dismay of issuers
Esma acknowledges industry concerns over delegated reporting provisions and confirms it is considering a one-year delay
European energy traders say worries about the impact of Mifid II are chilling activity in longer-dated power and gas
International frameworks for CCPs should be the primary source of jurisdictional equivalence assessments, according to Iosco's Alder.
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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Hong Kong, 1st - 31st Dec 2014
UK, 18th Mar 2015
Singapore, 22nd - 23rd Jul 2014
Australia, 12th - 13th Aug 2014
Australia, 14th Aug 2014