June 2013

REGIS-TR cost vs. EMIRate Third Party Reporting (TPR)

If you are a corporate and interested in how much reporting to REGIS-TR will cost, download our calculator. Please note that  the prices are currently just indications based on the prices announced by REGIS-TR and are not legally binding. The pricing for the use of EMIRate TPR will be based on REGIS-TR's final prices, which might be subject to change.

Treamo to become REGIS-TR Third Party

Treamo will take care of your EMIR Reporting – allowing you to benefit from reduced costs and an application with a uniquely simple user interface. Further details coming soon, with more information available anytime on request.

EMIRate white label program

You are a software vendor, bank, consulting or audit firm and interested in integrating EMIRate as white label product or offering EMIRate to your clients? Please contact us to receive further information.

New EMIRate Q&A document available

We have updated our EMIRate Q&A document.

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Press Release EMIRate

Press release concerning the EMIRate platform in English and German.

ESMA publishes updated Q&A document

On June 4, 2013, ESMA published the second edition of its Q & A document from March 2013 which provides responses to questions posed by the general public, market participants and competent authorities in relation to the practical application of EMIR. Certainly a very useful and widely appreciated document. The following areas are covered in detail with regard to both financial and non-financial counterparties (corporations) and their reporting obligations:

  • Reporting of outstanding positions following the entry into force of EMIR (backloading)
  • Reporting to Trade Repositories / avoidance of duplication / delegation
  • Interim Legal Entity Identifier (LEI)
  • More clarity regarding transaction scenarios (e.g. A trades with B, B trades with C, etc.)

Questions & Answers document related to EMIR, published by ESMA on June 4, 2013. Update of the first Q&A document published by ESMA on March 20, 2013.

EMIR reporting and UTC date/time format compliance

ESMA requires date and time information - as part of the forthcoming reporting requirements for derivatives - to be compliant with UTC standards.

UTC stands for Coordinated Universal Time, as a "successor" for GMT. We wonder whether (and which) systems and applications can already support UTC format. EMIRate will do.