European financial regulator reached last month similar agreement with Hong Kong
European and Japanese
regulators have reached agreement to enhance cooperation on the
monitoring of Japanese clearing houses in accordance with
European clearing rules.
European Securities and
Markets Authority (Esma) and Japan’s Financial
Services Agency (FSA) said on Tuesday they had reached
agreement over the monitoring of Japanese qualified central
Both parties signed a
memorandum of cooperation (MoC) formalising the recognition of
the Japan’s clearing houses under European Markets
Infrastructure Regulation that Esma can use to
monitor these clearing houses.
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