European Markets Infrastructure Regulation: The Race To Comply

With the Feb. 12 trade reporting deadline fast approaching, the race for European Markets Infrastructure Regulation compliance is now well and truly underway. EMIR is one of many new regulations governing derivatives trading across the globe and, like its North American counterpart Dodd-Frank, is the culmination of the post financial crisis movement towards increasing transparency and reducing risk within the market.

  • 28 Jan 2014

 
Emily Cates

By Emily Cates, specialist in operational processing, Rule Financial

With the Feb. 12 trade reporting deadline fast approaching, the race for European Markets Infrastructure Regulation compliance is now well and truly underway. EMIR is one of many new regulations governing derivatives trading across the ...

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