ESMA has opened a consultation on the portability of data between EMIR trade repositories, which can be found here. The accompanying press release explains that standards need to be put in place to make it easier for market participants to move data from one TR to the other, whether it is because a market participant wishes to move TRs, a TR’s approval is withdrawn, or other reasons. It is important that the integrity and readability of the data is not impaired. The implementation of the new EMIR RTS on 1st November will likely lead to a review of TRs by many market participants.
ESMA also recently issued a summary of the data requirements under MiFID II. This article by ClarusFT looks at some aspects around transparency data. This post on LinkedIn by JWG also examines some of the contents of this presentation, which was given by the FCA of MiFID II data reporting at the end of last year.