20 February 2014
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has sent a letter to the European Commission asking for greater clarification on the definition of a derivative or derivative contracts under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). It has also suspended some newly introduced rules on reporting foreign exchange and commodities trades that are not clearly defined as derivatives.
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- Joy Macknight
- I am deputy editor at The Banker, a Financial Times publication. I joined the magazine in August 2015 as transaction banking and technology editor, which remain the beats I cover. Previously I was features editor at Profit & Loss, an FX and derivatives publication and events company. Before that I was editorial director of Treasury Today following a period as editor of gtnews.com. I also worked on Banking Technology, Computer Weekly, and IBM Computer Today. I have a BSc from the University of Victoria, Canada.