Speaking at the Buy-Side Technology European Summit, panelists debated the effect of regulation such as the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) on the degree to which buy-side firms were required to collect and distribute information to both regulators and clients. EMIR, for instance, requires that both sides of a derivative transaction report to a trade repository, and some buy-side firms have been using services provided by banks and brokers whereby they report trades with them as
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