European market infrastructure regulation (emir)
New chief exec prepares for "intense" European clearing fight
Major CCPs part of profit-maximising, exchange-owned entities
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Enforcement of Emir reporting rules will be gradual, regulator says
Staggered roll-out was key to success of clearing rules in US, says securities co-head
Clearing members pressure CCPs to put more of their own money at stake
Swaps reforms may not apply directly to firms with non-EU offices
Clearer is talking to banks about possible service
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
Eurex and SGX can borrow from their central banks, while rivals have to rely on common-or-garden lenders
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...
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