European market infrastructure regulation (emir)
The creation of seven CCPs around Asia is set to give the region’s regulators a wealth of data but the cross-border nature of derivatives trading means regulators will need to swap data with each other....
Buy-side must prepare to meet their FX reporting obligations in Europe, which will be more challenging than in the US, webinar participants warn
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As new regulations have triggered a wave of change across the commodity trading landscape, many energy firms have found themselves relying heavily on consultants to equip them with the tools and strategies needed to thrive in the new environment. Not...
Energy markets have always been driven by regulation to some extent, but over the past few years, the impact of regulation on energy firms has intensified sharply. Nowhere is this truer than in Germany – Europe’s largest energy market. In the face...
Indian reticence over Emir steps up pressure on EC equivalency regime
Clearing house and commodity traders voice concerns about European firms going to US due to Emir CCP standards
Respondents to Risk España’s survey expect to see declines in over-the-counter derivative volumes as a result of regulation and believe less than half the OTC market’s total notional value will be eligible for clearing
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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