Adjustment of EU rules will generate savings for energy companies

The EU Commission has proposed changes to market infrastructure regulation. The aim is to simplify reporting of derivative transactions. The Commission believes that this could mean billions in savings, spelling good news for energy companies. 

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The EU will introduce changes to its derivatives regulation. An EU Commission proposal to simplify European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) aims to make it more simple and effective for companies to use derivatives.

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