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European Commission releases EMIR review proposals

8 May 2017

On 4 May 2017 the European Commission published a legislative proposal to amend the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), reflecting the outcome of its review of how EMIR has worked since its adoption in 2012. Rather than fundamental reform, the proposals set out a limited number of changes aiming to address specific issues identified in the review, although many of these will have significant impact on market participants. The Commission also issued a communication indicating that it will propose legislation in June 2017 to enhance the supervision of central counterparties (CCPs). Framed in the context of the UK's exit from the EU, this will include proposals for enhanced EU supervision and/or location requirements for third country CCPs that play a systemic role in EU markets.

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