The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) was introduced to increase transparency in the derivatives market, against a wider backdrop of regulatory change.
So far, however, reporting quality has been low as firms are still grappling with the complexities of the rules, ultimately undermining the regulations' aims and objectives.
In this Investment Week article, Matt Smith, CEO of SteelEye, discusses the challenges firms have faced with regard to their derivative transparency requirements and outlines how firms can better approach their EMIR compliance. Read more on Investment Week here.
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