Trade reporting under EMIR starts in February 2014 and many companies are going to be caught by the reporting requirements – even for internal trades. Any company established in Europe that uses derivatives, including FX forwards, will be impacted by the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). In certain cases, non-EU counterparties will also come under EMIR’s scope.
In this Adam Smith Webinar, we speak with Ahold’s treasury team to understand their experiences of complying with the regulation, with a focus on:
Planning and collecting data
Working with reporting bodies and banks
Gearing up their TMS
Challenges and how they were overcome
This webinar also features expert legal input, with an introduction explaining:
What the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is trying to achieve through EMIR
How they are doing this and the timeline
Points to consider and actions for corporates to take
This webinar was held on 11th February 2014.