Esma: Firms struggled with trade data porting after CME wind-down

The EU regulator had to coordinate efforts with local NCAs to clamp down on failures made by counterparties to meet Emir guidelines for porting data.

Lead pipe

In May 2020, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange announced plans to wind down several of its regulated businesses, including its European trade repository (TR), CME ETR. The rollback meant that thousands of regulated market participants reporting trade data to ETR would have six months to reroute their reporting flows to a new TR ahead of November 30, 2020, when the services were scheduled to be terminated. However, in a report published on April 15, European regulator the European Securities and

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