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Forthcoming Rules Under EMIR on Dispute Resolution and Portfolio Reconciliation

The European Commission’s regulation on clearing of OTC derivatives (EMIR) requires counterparties to OTC derivative contracts that are not cleared by a central counterparty to mitigate their trading risks by using a number...more

EMIR – Summary of Key Requirements

The European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) introduces requirements aimed at improving transparency and the reduction of risks associated with the derivatives market. EMIR also establishes organisational, conduct of...more

Implementing Measures of European Market Infrastructure Regulation Take Effect

New clearing, risk mitigation, and reporting obligations imposed on certain derivative contracts. On 15 March, the first six implementing measures of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) entered into...more

Reporting, clearing and risk mitigation rules for derivatives under European law in 2013 – the impact on buy side entities

A few provisions of the Regulation on Derivative Transactions, Central Counterparties and Trade Repositories, known as the European Market Infrastructure Regulation 648/2012 (“EMIR”) are now in effect throughout the European...more

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