ESMA have issued this discussion paper regarding the upcoming benchmark regulation, which will amongst other things affect commodity benchmarks, primarily administrators of such benchmarks but in some cases also contributors. The rules propose that contributors that are “unsupervised” entities, i.e. Non Financial Counterparties, will be subject to a lower level of regulation. However, MiFID II may … Continue reading →
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