European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir)
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Chair of European Parliament's Econ committee believes CRD IV should mirror Emir corporate exemptions, but has not yet decided whether sovereign counterparties should enjoy the same benefit
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Many energy trading firms have yet to begin getting the technological infrastructure in place to comply with new EU and US financial market regulations, say panellists
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The FSB warns that some regulations appear to be contrary to the spirit of the OTC derivatives reforms agreed by G-20 members – a statement some believe was prompted by a disagreement over the sco...
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