Public consultations set to run until August 13, with a public hearing on May 29
The European Commission
has launched a public consultation as part of its formal review
of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) despite
some of the main reforms not yet having been
The Commission’s review,
which is mandated under Emir, will assess a number of specific
aspects of the regulation including: central counterparty (CCP)
access to central bank liquidity facilities; the functioning of
supervisory colleges for CCPs; and the margin practices of
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