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Due to the new regulation “European Market Infrastructure Regulation” (EMIR) market participants are faced with an extensive regulation of OTC derivative markets. Aims include a bigger transparency for financial markets as well as more security by reducing the contractant and operational risks. This should be mainly achieved by the obligation to clear all standardised OTC-derivative contracts by central counterparties. Additionally, OTC-derivative transactions should be registered at central data collection points, so called transaction registers. Further controls will be conducted by a new European supervisory structure.

In response to that, we broadened our focus in terms of this regulation and started with the conceptual implementation of these topics for Front Arena. Our aim is it to develop a prototype.

Link: European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)

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