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Reporting under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2012:201:0001:0059:EN:PDF (EMIR), under which both parties to a transaction report it.
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The prevailing system of reporting under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation<ref> http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2012:201:0001:0059:EN:PDF</ref> (EMIR), under which both parties to a transaction are required to report it.
  
Contrasted with single-sided reporting (SSR) of transactions between financial counterparties (FCs) and non-financial counterparties (NFCs), under which only the financial counterparty reports the trade.
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Sometimes known as 'DSR' (Dual-Sided Reporting).
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The Association of Corporate Treasurers and others are lobbying for a system of single-sided reporting (SSR) of transactions between financial counterparties (FCs) and non-financial counterparties (NFCs), under which only the financial counterparty would be required to report the trade.
  
  
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=== Other links ===
 
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[https://www.treasurers.org/ACTmedia/EMIR_Consulation_Response_August_2015.pdf ACT's EMIR Consultation Response, August 2015]
 
[https://www.treasurers.org/ACTmedia/EMIR_Consulation_Response_August_2015.pdf ACT's EMIR Consultation Response, August 2015]
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===References===
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Latest revision as of 09:46, 12 September 2015

The prevailing system of reporting under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation[1] (EMIR), under which both parties to a transaction are required to report it.

Sometimes known as 'DSR' (Dual-Sided Reporting).


The Association of Corporate Treasurers and others are lobbying for a system of single-sided reporting (SSR) of transactions between financial counterparties (FCs) and non-financial counterparties (NFCs), under which only the financial counterparty would be required to report the trade.


See also


Other links

ACT's EMIR Consultation Response, August 2015


References

  1. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2012:201:0001:0059:EN:PDF