Data Interoperability Needed For Hedgers After EMIR Deadline

Paul Tivnann at Bloomberg
Bloomberg's Paul Tivnann, above, is focused on clients' electronic FX and commodities trade reporting.

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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