Differences between EMIR and Dodd–Frank reporting requirements in the US can be found in both the breadth of which market participants are covered, and how immediately.
Both aspects arguably involve a heavier lift in Europe—where the “two-sided” reporting mandate covers buy-side firms and corporate hedgers, and does so with a single deadline, rather than phased-in, approach. According to Rob Friend, London-based global head of fixed-income products at Bloomberg, those twin aspects have upended t
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