30 05 2013AIMA PAPER HIGHLIGHTS AREAS FOR DEEPER INTERNATIONAL COORDINATION OF OTC DERIVATIVES REGULATIONS
The paper, ‘Addressing overlaps between EMIR and CFTC OTC derivatives regulation’, provides examples of potential regulatory conflicts or unnecessary overlap between the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and the CFTC’s derivatives rules in a number of key areas...
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