This year we have seen the finalisation of a number of regulations and technical standards surrounding the clearing and collateralisation of financial derivatives that will come in to force in 2017. So what is changing and how it will impact you as a user of derivatives for the purpose of hedging?
Many will hear the words Dodd Frank or European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and think, additional paperwork. Reporting trades, agreeing portfolio data, getting confirms signed in a timely manner, and all manner of forms to be completed with very little commercial impact. Unfortunately, from 2017 this is set to become even more onerous for some.
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