EMIR Trade Reporting

EMIR Trade Reporting aims to improve transparency and reduce risks in derivatives markets.

What makes EMIR reporting so complex? Kaizen's David Nowell explains.

What is EMIR?

The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is an extensive set of requirements from ESMA and the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.

Firms trading derivatives (financial and non-financial) must report details of all financial derivatives contracts to regulators via a Trade Repository. This includes over-the-counter and exchange-traded derivatives.

How we can help

Our ReportShield™ quality assurance services provide the controls you need to be compliant with EMIR Reporting. This includes Accuracy Testing of all EMIR contracts at the Trade Repository, and checking that all delegated reporting has been reported accurately and completely.  We can also provide expertise in a range of areas including remediation of inaccurate EMIR reports.

“EMIR was already a very complex reporting regime, but the impact of Brexit has added to this complexity – particularly for those firms with dual-reporting obligations.”

David Nowell – Senior Regulatory Reporting Specialist - Kaizen Reporting

EMIR Trade Reporting

Is your EMIR reporting accurate and complete?

For a free healthcheck of your reporting or a conversation with one of our regulatory specialists, please get in touch.

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