Isda – understanding the impact of Emir/Dodd-Frank protocols on Asia


Mention "protocol" and you can almost see the mental shutters coming down. We have the August 2012 and March 2013 Dodd-Frank Protocols, born from Title VII of the January 2010 eponymous act, while the July 2012 European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) has spawned the NFC Representation Protocol and Portfolio Reconciliation, Dispute Resolution and Disclosure Protocol.

There are also a number of additional documents set out in the table below such as the Dodd-Frank Disclosure Documents

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