Overview of the Master Regulatory Reporting Agreement – derivatives reporting under EMIR

14 May 2020


You are invited to tune in to a presentation, which will aim to provide an overview of the structure and functioning of the Master Regulatory Reporting Agreement (MRRA) that five industry associations co-published in December 2019 with the intention to simplify reporting arrangements across different EU regulatory regimes. This session will focus on how market participants can use the MRRA template to document and manage their regulatory obligations and provide services related to OTC derivatives reporting under EMIR. You will hear from legal experts about using the MRRA in practice, both with respect to mandatory and delegated reporting of derivatives, as well as the underpinning regulatory reporting landscape under EMIR Refit.

By way of background, the MRRA sets out common terms governing mandatory and delegated reporting of derivatives transactions under EMIR, compatible with changes introduced via EMIR Refit, as well as securities financing transactions under the SFTR. The agreement has also been drafted with a view to ensuring these terms remain effective post-Brexit. The MRRA and an Explanatory Memorandum setting out the architecture and background to the MRRA are available here.

Please note this webinar is only available to FIA Members and requires a user login.

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