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The EU Benchmark Regulation and practical implications of the third country regime

The EU Benchmark Regulation became effective on 1 January 2018 and whilst the transitional provisions mean that many of the requirements are not fully effective until 1 January 2020, benchmark administrators – particularly those based outside of the European Union (EU) – should already be taking action to ensure preparedness for that date.

In this report, we explore the scope of the legislation on benchmark administrators based outside of the EU and the options available for them to ensure their benchmarks can continue to be used in the EU after 1 January 2020.

The EU Benchmark Regulation and practical implications of the third country regime
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