Emir reporting date sparks 'mad rush' in energy derivatives market

Emir reporting

Regulatory compliance specialists have found themselves in high demand in the energy derivatives market during the past few years. In the European Union, things were taken to a new high in 2013 and early 2014, as companies prepared to comply with the complicated trade reporting requirements of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir).

The deadline for reporting trades under Emir kicked in on February 12, and as Energy Risk went to press, industry sources said most energy firms had

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