National regulators had serious concerns in data quality and access
The European Securities and Markets
Association (Esma) has said the European trade reporting regime
has bedded down despite initial teething problems.
The European regulator
published its annual report on its supervision of credit rating
agencies and trade repositories on Monday. It said that, since
the implementation of mandatory trade reporting in February
2014, over 10 billion trades had been reported.
According to the report
the six registered trade repositories now had direct reporting
agreements with nearly 5,000 entities and that as of January
2015 almost 300 million trades were being reported
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