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As the EU’s law to introduce the G20’s commitment to reduce systemic risk in the OTC derivatives markets, EMIR presents a significant challenge to the industry, their clients and regulators.
For your information, ESMA, EBA and EIOPA published, on Thursday 23 February 2017, a statement on the implementation of the variation margin requirements under EMIR. While reiterating that the application Read More
The BBA, in our role as members of the European Banking Federation, recently wrote to the European Commission on the treatment under EMIR of non-EU central banks and public bodies Read More
The BBA believes that enhanced technical standards will aid ESMA and the National Competent Authorities (NCAs) in achieving high quality data, and will allow the reporting parties to provide this Read More
The International Banking Federation – of which the BBA is a member – has responded to the IOSCO non-centrally cleared OTC derivative transactions consultation. Please read the response via the Read More
The Joint Trade Associations have now received IOSCO’s response to the letter on the Unique Trade Identifier. IOSCO acknowledge and share the views outlined within the letter dated the 29th Read More
BBA and ISDA have developed recommendations for ESMA in regards to the implementation of the EMIR 3rd Country Regulatory Technical Standards. These are intended to help policy makers form practical Read More
On behalf of the BBA, the BVI, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, the Investment Management Association, the Global Financial Markets Association and FIA Europe (“the Associations”),we – the Unique Trade Read More
On the 14 July the European Banking Federation (EBF) responded to the ESAs consultation paper on Risk Mitigation techniques for OTC Derivative Contracts not cleared by a CCP. As a Read More
The European Banking Federation – of which the BBA is a member – co-signed a letter to the Chair of the FSB on the 9th July 2014 expressing support for Read More
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA) and the British Bankers’ Association (BBA) appreciate this opportunity to contribute to your consideration of how the RTS will apply in practice. Read More
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