Adapting To Data Centralization Directives

OTC derivatives data management and distribution sees changes under EMIR projects

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Judson Baker, senior vice president, Northern Trust

Two data centralization projects established recently under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) directive will change the way financial market participants submit over-the-counter derivatives reference data, even as they already are reckoning with how to manage and distribute that data, said executives working with OTC derivatives data compliance issues, who spoke in a webcast hosted by Inside Reference Data on June 18, sponsored by S&P Capital IQ.

Under EMIR, the European Secur

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