European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) – what you need to know

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on March 5, 2013

“The European Union regulation on derivatives, central counterparties (CCPs) and trade repositories introduces new requirements to improve transparency and reduce the risks associated with the derivatives market. EMIR also establishes common organisational, conduct of business and prudential standards for CCPs and trade repositories. EMIR imposes requirements on all types and sizes of entities that enter into any form of derivative contract, including those not involved in financial services. It applies indirectly to non-EU firms trading with EU firm.”

  • See also ISDA Webinar – Non Financial Corporates’ requirements under EMIR, 27 February 2013
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