Esma on Thursday published papers focused on the functioning of Emir
The European Securities
and Markets Authority (Esma) has told the European Commission
it needs to "rethink the entire third country equivalence and
recognition process" to better respond to differences between
Esma on Thursday
published four papers focusing on the functioning of the
European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) as part of the
European Commission’s ongoing review of the
As part of its
submission, the regulator proposed a number of changes to the
regulation including to the clearing obligations, the
recognition of third country central clearing parties (CCPs)
and the supervision and enforcement procedures for trade
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