OCTOBER FRA Newsletter - Issue 38/2017


EIs are required for the purpose of identifying counterparties that are legal entities under MiFIR transaction reporting. ESMA has made it abundantly clear that investment firms must be able to identify a counterparty that is a legal entity in a transaction report by using an LEI and should not enter into a reportable transaction without one.

16 October 2017

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