Europe has struggled with regulatory demands over reporting derivatives
The legal entity identifier (LEI) system used by firms
to report derivatives trades is gaining momentum, according to
a new group formed to manage the process.
Trading firms are required to have a unique 20-digit
alphanumeric code to identify themselves for the purposes of
reporting to regulators.
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