Esma has offered detail on reporting just seven weeks before they take effect
The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) has
sought to tackle issues on collateral and valuations reporting
with a new Questions and Answers document just weeks before the
obligations come into force on August 12.
As part of the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation
(Emir), European buy and sell side firms will be required to
report daily any changes to trade valuations and collateral
payments to designated trade repositories.
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