New projects could add needed clarity to Esma's liquidity threshold calculations
The European Securities
and Markets Authority (Esma) launched on Thursday two major
projects that will make it easier for national regulators to
access data needed to enforce Europe’s market
reform regulations, Emir and Mifir.
The projects include
the instrument reference data project, a new central facility
for instrument and trading data and the calculation of Mifir
transparency and liquidity thresholds, and the trade repository
project, a new single access point to trade repository
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