The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) Refit is designed to simplify European Markets infrastructure in harmonizing the data.
Major changes have been proposed, particularly reporting standardization on the ISO 20022 and a significant increase in the reporting fields.
Although time seems to be on our side with the 29th April 2024 deadline, the changes these new requirements bring should be tackled sooner than later.
Watch our webinar on demand to learn how to ensure efficient reporting under EMIR.
What you will come away with:
- What EMIR Refit means for you
- How to prepare for the key changes Refit poses
- How to overcome EMIR Refit reporting challenges
- What EMIR Refit will change for Trade Repositories
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