The European Commission have adopted changes to the EMIR reporting standards. The changes to the RTS (Regulatory Technical Standard) can be found here, and the new list of fields here. The documents are based on a report from ESMA issued at the end of last year (see here).
The documents must now pass a “non objection” period of the European Parliament and European Council, following which they will be published in the Journal. The rules go “into force” 20 days after publication, and apply from 9 months after that.See here for a webinar from Unavista on the subject and here for an overview.