The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is designed to amend and simplify European financial markets infrastructure. It has provided significant changes to firms, particularly regarding reporting standardization on the ISO 20022 standard and a substantial increase in reporting fields from 129 to over 200.
Changes to these rules, known as the EMIR Refit, will come into force on April 29th, 2024, for the EU. An FCA version of the EMIR Refit will go live on September 30th, 2024, for the UK.
Some of the primary goals of EMIR Refit are improved data quality, data harmonization and better pairing matching rates. What are the expectations for future pairing and matching rates? How can market practitioners get there? In this panel, you will hear:
Lukas Herrmann, Senior Consultant at BearingPoint gives us an update on EMIR Refit.Lire
Regnology joined a podcast from REGIS-TR to discuss the future of regtech in a two-part special edition. The second part of the podcast focused on concepts such as RegOps in the cloud, data lakes and a regulator designed market infrastructure.Lire
Regnology joined a podcast from REGIS-TR to discuss the future of regtech in a two-part special edition. The first part of the podcast focused on transaction reporting in terms of harmonization and data quality.Lire