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  • CME Group (United States)
    30 October 2017 Company/business organisation
    CME Group (United States)

    Please see attached letter.

  • The Vanguard Group, Inc. (United States)
    30 October 2017 Company/business organisation
    The Vanguard Group, Inc. (United States)

    Vanguard appreciates the opportunity to provide comments to the European Commission’s proposal (the "CCP Proposal') to amend EMIR in relation to the supervision of European Union (“EU”) and third-country clearing houses (“CCPs”). Vanguard supports the stated goals of the CCP Proposal to ensure that EU supervisors are able to appropriately oversee CCPs that clear products for EU investors. However, Vanguard is of the firm belief that such...

  • Minneapolis Grain Exchange, Inc. (United States)
    30 October 2017 Company/business organisation
    Minneapolis Grain Exchange, Inc. (United States)

    Please see attached.

  • European Association of CCP Clearing Houses (EACH) (Belgium)
    30 October 2017 Business association
    European Association of CCP Clearing Houses (EACH) (Belgium)

    IIn the experience of EACH Members, the current system of supervision of EU CCPs through the EMIR college architecture functions generally quite well. It represents an innovative system of supervision that aims to match the benefits of regulatory convergence and local knowledge. While EACH agrees with the European Commission’s impact assessment that the current system of colleges established by the EMIR legislation to supervise EU CCPs needs...

  • Global Financial Markets Association (United States)
    30 October 2017 Business association
    Global Financial Markets Association (United States)

    Dear Sirs or Madams, The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) thanks the European Commission for the opportunity to respond to the proposal of 13 June 2017 regarding the procedures and authorities involved for the authorization of Central Counterparties (CCPs) and requirements for the recognition of third-country CCPs. GFMA supports the objectives to enable European Union (EU) authorities to more efficiently monitor and mitigate risk...

  • London Stock Exchange Group (United Kingdom)
    30 October 2017 Company/business organisation
    London Stock Exchange Group (United Kingdom)

    LSEG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the European Commission legislative proposal amending EMIR relating to the supervision of EU and third-country CCPs, leveraging from its experience supporting the operations of the CCPs of the Group in Italy, France and the UK. Please see the feedback provided in the attached comment letter.

  • BETTER FINANCE (Belgium)
    30 October 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    BETTER FINANCE (Belgium)

    BETTER FINANCE, the European Federation of Investors and Financial Services Users, welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Commission’s proposed regulation as regards the procedures and authorities involved for the authorization of CCPs (central counterparties) and requirements for the recognition of third-country CCPs. BETTER FINANCE supports the main elements of this proposal introducing a more pan-European approach to the supervision...

  • Association of German Public Banks, VÖB (Germany)
    30 October 2017 Business association
    Association of German Public Banks, VÖB (Germany)

    We support the Commission's proposal of generally tightening the regulatory regime for central counterparties (CCPs) domiciled in third countries. Unless the EU and the United Kingdom are able to agree upon appropriate supervisory practices, it might also be necessary to require CCPs that are substantially systemically important to be exclusively domiciled within the EU. In this scenario, we would consider such a step as being necessary in...

  • Eurex Clearing AG (Germany)
    30 October 2017 Company/business organisation
    Eurex Clearing AG (Germany)

    Following the financial crisis the G20 committed to global goals bringing OTC markets towards more transparency. For CCPs in particular the G20 commitment led CCPs to become the neutral and trusted risk managers of financial markets. We highly appreciate European Regulators have taken their commitment seriously and successfully introduced the highest standards for European CCPs with the implementation of the European Market Infrastructure...

  • ICI Global (United States)
    23 October 2017 Business association
    ICI Global (United States)

    Please see attached letter.

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