European securities and markets authority (esma)
Esma must step in if controversial service is to work, banks insist
Industry body says 15-40 trades per day should be rough benchmark of liquidity for Mifid
Banks say they will not hit revenue targets if Esma deadline is endorsed
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Incomplete reports would be sent back to market participants
Energy contracts dip as firms avoid European regulatory burdens
Discussion paper asks 139 questions on new transparency regime
European banks start clearing in India despite no EU equivalency ruling
Item scheduled for meeting on July 9, but may slip to September
Esma needs help to balance transparency and liquidity, says authority's chair
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UK's FCA warns US plans may not pass European equivalence test
Two dealers admit to masking customer identities to avoid a conflict of law
Proportion of reports that can be paired up is “very, very low” says DTCC exec
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