Agreement between the CFTC and EU on equivalence remains elusive
The European Securities
and Markets Authority (Esma) on Wednesday recognised ten third
country central counterparties (CCPs) to provide clearing
services to EU clearing members and trading venues.
The CCPs are established in Australia,
Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore, four jurisdictions the European
Commission recognised last October as having
equivalent regulatory regimes to the European Market
Infrastructure Regulation (Emir).
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