Buy side bemoans gaps in EU benchmark register

Missing detail in approved index list could undermine compliance with new benchmarks regulation, investors warn

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Investors say Esma’s list of benchmark administrators lacks crucial detail
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The European Union’s public register of benchmark administrators has come under fire from investors, who warn its lack of detail will make it harder for them to comply with upcoming benchmark regulations.

The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) began publishing the register in January 2018 as part of the EU’s Benchmarks Regulation. The register does not require benchmark administrators within the bloc to provide details of the compliant indexes they oversee, unlike a parallel

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