SFTR Article 4: what are the key impacts

Finance, Risk & Compliance

16 September 2019

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SFTR Article 4: what are the key impacts

Coming into force between 2020 and 2021, SFTR article 4 will involve new reporting obligations which will have an impact on repos transactions and their related commodity financing techniques.
 
To help financial and non-financial counterparties facing these new complexities, Chappuis Halder & Co. bring them an in-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements and challenges in Europe and worldwide (MiFID2, EMIR, DFA) as well as an experience in transformation and change management.
 
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