Tool allows counterparties to notify each other of their clearing obligations
The International Swaps
and Derivatives Association (Isda) published on Tuesday a new
classification letter allowing trading firms to notify each
other of their clearing and regulatory obligations under the
European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir).
letter, through a series of questions, sets out a
firm’s categorisation under Emir and the extent of
their compliance, including if and when the Emir clearing
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