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Hedge exemption

Under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), non-financial counterparties must monitor the level of their use of derivatives. Those used for the purposes of hedging are exempt from the threshold calculation, but others are deemed to be speculative.

see also bona fide hedge exemption; European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR); non-financial counterparty

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