UK European Market Infrastructure Regulation (UK EMIR)
No matter the type, size or sector, any business in the United Kingdom that undertakes derivative transactions, as defined in the Terms of Business, will be impacted by the European Market Infrastructure Regulation as it forms part of “retained EU law” as defined in the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (as amended from time to time (UK EMIR)).
If you have any questions regarding UK EMIR, please contact your Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Bank or Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets Relationship Manager or the EMIR team at email@example.com
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