European market infrastructure regulation (emir)
Finnish issuer expects to hand out 10,000 identifiers, but had only reached 1,166 last week - and the story is similar elsewhere
ETRM systems are ill-prepared for financial and energy market regulation, according to Energy Risk survey
Commodity derivatives end-users hit hard by Emir reporting rules, say industry sources, especially smaller firms
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Regulators have left industry to come up with Emir trade identifiers - a huge mistake, according to one corporate treasurer
Number of legal entity identifiers is sitting at 83,337 – well short of the required total, which is estimated at anything from 100,000 to one million
The race to report
Nailing down mercury
Market participants relying on regulatory forbearance, Isda chief executive tells legal conference
Some funds will have to comply with Dodd-Frank and Emir simultaneously
Sponsored video Q&A: DTCC
The old process of reconciliation has been made newly complex by regulation. Banks want technology to solve the problem
The bulk of the Dodd-Frank reforms were implemented last year. Now it is Europe's turn. Is there anything Europe can learn from across the Atlantic?
Last year was a landmark for the derivatives reforms laid out by the Group of 20 nations in 2009, with clearing, trading and reporting rules all coming online in the US. But it was also just the sta...
Fixed-income trading revenues will continue to fall in 2014, believe respondents to a Risk.net poll
News will "come as a surprise" to market participants - and also the UK's FCA, which has misinterpreted Esma rules on its website
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