Esma has updated the standards in response to feedback from the industry
The European Securities and Markets
Authority (Esma) on Friday published an update to the European
Markets Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) trade reporting
standards, marking the regulator’s latest effort
to improve Europe’s much criticised trade
The updates, which clarify certain data
fields, have been transposed from the numerous Q&As issued
by the regulator since the Emir came into force in 2013.
However, the update also introduces a
number of new data fields, which Esma said were necessary to
reflect market practice and other necessary regulatory
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