UK Treasury preps Brexit derivatives powers

The UK Treasury has published a draft statutory instrument that will allow UK authorities to properly oversee UK over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets in “any scenario” after the UK leaves the European Union.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 23 Oct 2018
The draft statutory instrument, which was published on Monday, aims to amend and implement sections of the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) into UK law. EMIR governs the regulation of European derivatives markets, including the oversight of clearinghouses that stand between derivatives trades and trade repositories that compile ...

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