Response to the Financial Stability Board's Consultation on the Feasibility Study on Approaches to Aggregate OTC Derivatives Data

The EACT has responded to a consultation by the FSB on the issues associated with the aggregation of data held by trade repositories. "We make the point that there is a risk that the aggregation of derivatives reporting data will be seen principally as a technical challenge instead of a challenge relating to the international inconsistency of the new regulatory requirements in respect of the reporting of OTC derivatives. "We repeat the plea we have made previously elsewhere that the opportunity of the FSB work should be used to bring more consistency in derivatives reporting at international level."

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