EMIR was introduced by the European Union in 2012 as implementation of the G20 commitment to reduce systemic, counterparty and operational risk, and increase transparency in the OTC derivatives market.

EMIR is an EU regulation and is monitored by European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) as well as all national competent authorities. ESMA supervises REGIS-TR in its role as a governing body for EMIR. 

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REFIT will bring many changes. In June 2019, REFIT introduced the exemption to report Intragroup transactions as well as the shift in reporting obligation for the NFC-. Among the most significant changes to come is the adoption of the ISO 20022 standard for the reporting of contracts, the increase in the number of  regulatory reportable and reconcilable fields  as well as the reconciliation of dynamic data such as valuation information, as it is updated daily.