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I am re-posting one of my old post with the intention that many of my fellow mates wanted to know the implications of the European

Esma

Esma (Photo credit: SphotoE)

Securities and Markets Authority ESMA on India.

“The RBI and CCIL have expressed reservations and said they would be reluctant to apply for registration under Esma.”

India is “reluctant” to apply for third-country equivalence for the Clearing Corporation of India (CCIL) from the European Commission (EC), while it is also planning to mandate the central clearing of rupee foreign exchange derivatives, a scenario that could potentially force European banks to exit the most profitable part of their derivatives business in the country. Continue reading

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“The RBI and CCIL have expressed reservations and said they would be reluctant to apply for registration under Esma.”images

India is “reluctant” to apply for third-country equivalence for the Clearing Corporation of India (CCIL) from the European Commission (EC), while it is also planning to mandate the central clearing of rupee foreign exchange derivatives, a scenario that could potentially force European banks to exit the most profitable part of their derivatives business in the country.

On June 15, the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) is due to provide advice for the EC over whether India’s central counterparty (CCP) will be able to clear trades for European banks on July 15. Currently there is no framework within European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) to enable clearing from non-equivalent CCPs. Continue reading

Have done a series of post on the US regulations Dodd Frank time now to share some thoughts on the EUROPE region.images

The “European Market Infrastructure Regulation,” known as EMIR, was adopted on July 4, 2012, as the Regulation on OTC Derivatives, Central Counterparties and Trade Repositories (EU 648/2012), and took effect in all EU Member States on August 16, 2012. As an EU Regulation, EMIR is effective in EU Member States without the need for national regulations or legislation.

The EMIR regulatory framework is made up of Regulation EU 648/2012 (the “Regulation”) and several European Commission Implementing Regulations and Delegated Regulations which set out technical standards addressing matters of detail under the Regulation. The Implementing Regulations and Delegated Regulations were published in the Official Journal of the European Union on February 23, 2013, and became effective on March 15, 2013. Continue reading

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