Troubled by Issues, EMIR Reporting Kicks Off

Emir's deadlines have provoke consternation from the industry, which regards them as too tight.

Under the provisions in EMIR, counterparties to a derivative trade must now report the details to a European trade repository (ETR), except in specific circumstances, along with historical transactions stretching back over a month. The rules went into effect on February 12 despite a backdrop of calls that the deadline was too soon for firms to be fully compliant, along with concerns around the issuance of essential components necessary for this to take place.

KDPW_TR, the ETR operated by the

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