EMIR Text Refocuses On OTC Derivs

The latest proposed text of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation from the European Council’s presidency limits clearing obligations to over-the-counter derivatives, running counter to moves by the European Commission and the European Parliament to encompass all derivatives.

  • 05 May 2011

--Olivia Thetgyi

The latest proposed text of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation from the European Council’s presidency limits clearing obligations to over-the-counter derivatives, running counter to moves by the European Commission and the European Parliament to encompass all derivatives.

The most recent version of the text, published Friday, inserts ...

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