EACT Survey: the Cost of EMIR Compliance for Non-Financial Companies

The EACT is running a survey until 30 April on the costs of European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) on non-financial companies. The purpose of this survey is to get an overview on the cost that the compliance with the obligations laid down in EMIR has had on non-financial companies to date. The objective of this data gathering is to help the EACT to have an understanding on the direct and indirect cost and therefore help build a case for requesting changes to EMIR in the framework of its review scheduled for 2015/2016.

All information given by the respondents in this survey will be treated as highly confidential and used only on an aggregated and anonymised basis. For any questions on the survey, please contact Anni Mykkanen at anni.mykkanen@eact.eu

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