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Greece’s derivatives market adopts LSE reporting service

In an interesting move 3,000 Greek counterparties will become indirect customers of LSE UnaVista via their delegated reporting service, as reported at Banking Technology:

In an interesting move 3,000 Greek counterparties will become indirect customers of LSE UnaVista via their delegated reporting service, as reported at Banking Technology:

The Greek exchange group will use a delegated reporting service, which is part of the LSE’s UnaVista Trade Repository, to report Greek derivatives trades on behalf of up to 3,000 counterparties. The LSE will also help the Hellenic Exchanges with LEI registration for all market participants in Greece that trade derivatives.

For more information click over here http://www.bankingtech.com/203902/greeces-derivatives-market-adopts-lse-reporting-service/

I wonder if there will be the usual race for volume between the various TRs and eventually some M&A activity where TR services are bought and merged?

Maria L.

 


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