ACER calls for substantial funding increase to enable more aggressive monitoring and enforcement efforts in coordination with national regulators.
On Tuesday 10 June 2014, the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy...more
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (“EMIR”) imposes a number of risk mitigation techniques on counterparties to uncleared swaps. Some of those involve much tighter operational procedures (such as the rules for...more
OTC derivative contracts which have a counterparty located outside of the European Union (“EU”) may now be subject to the requirements of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation(“EMIR”). ...more
On 14 January 2014 the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission reached a high-level agreement in principle on updating the rules for the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive...more
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (including any implementing legislation, regulation, technical standards and guidance related thereto, “EMIR”) was adopted on 4 July 2012 and entered into force on 16 August 2012...more