Investment Banking eGuide 4 - Compliance

Investment Banking: What to do when compliance is getting harder

Investment banking - challenge four

The process firms must go through to comply with the European Marketing Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is just one example. EMIR forms part of a broad regulatory drive within the EU to reduce counterparty and operational risk in the derivatives market. The regulation stipulates that the trading of Over the Counter (OTC) derivatives should be cleared through a central counterparty in the EU, that specific risk management procedures should be used for uncleared transactions, and that derivative transactions must be reported to a trade derivative.

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