Extraterritoriality – It’s What The Other Guy Does

“Here be dragons: Will EMIR’s extraterritoriality rules deter third country firms?”

That’s the title in RegTechFS which watches the evolving regulation so you don’t have to


The folks at RegTechFS say that the EU wants to exert control on central clearing and risk mitigation — sometimes over two parties where neither is in the EU. Read the post, which for some reason the linkage in WordPress refuses to recognize, for more detail.


About Tom Groenfeldt

I write - mostly about finance and technology, sometimes about art, occasionally about politics and the intersection of politics and economics. My work appears on Forbes.com and and occasionally in The American Banker and Banking Technology in London.
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