The City of London Law Society (CLLS) has published a memorandum prepared by its Regulatory Law Committee outlining the potential legal uncertainties and confusion that may arise concerning the application of the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation to ordinary corporate transactions and arrangements.

In particular, the CLLS outlines eight specific examples of instruments and corporate arrangements, in respect of which it calls for clear and proportionate guidance, in order to avoid “unnecessary and counterproductive confusion”.

View CLLS memorandum: EMIR: reporting of derivatives transactions and corporate transactions, 18 March 2014