Regulators highlighted data quality as a serious area of concern in February
The European Securities
and Markets Authority (Esma) has updated its reporting rules by
requiring trade repositories to reject reports that do not
comply with the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation
(Emir) reporting standards.
The move, aimed at
improving the quality of data contained in trade repositories,
was announced on Monday as part of its latest update to the
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