MEPs to tighten clearing waiver for regulators

Members of the European parliament are set to shorten the clearing suspension mechanism proposed last year by the European Commission, according to draft amendments seen by GlobalCapital.

  • By Costas Mourselas, Jean Comte
  • 10 May 2018
The proposal, which was part of a broad reshuffle of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation, gave the European Commission the possibility of lifting clearing obligations at the request of the European Securities and Markets Authority. The goal is to provide an emergency mechanism to deal with situations ...

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