On November 12, ISDA, along with 13 other trade associations, wrote to the European Commission to ask them to extend the temporary equivalence until the date 18 months after entry into force of the relevant Commission delegated acts under EMIR 2.2, plus an additional three month period to allow UK CCPs to serve termination notices to EU clearing members in the event that their recognition is withdrawn following ESMA’s review.
ISDA and 13 other financial services trade associations have today written to European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis to highlight the need for an urgent extension to the temporary equivalence determination for UK central counterparties (CCPs). Without such an extension, EU clearing members would not be able to continue as direct members of UK CCPs in the event of a no-deal Brexit, and EU counterparties would not be able to clear derivatives subject to the clearing obligation on those CCPs.
Bank of England Staff Working Paper No. 832
By Andreas Joseph, Michalis Vasios, Olga Maizels, Ujwal Shreyas and John Tanner
The PRA’s statement on Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de resolution response to EIOPA.
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