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ACER invites stakeholders to a workshop on REMIT implementation

04/11/2014

​The Agency will organise a public workshop on REMIT implementation on 10 December 2014 in Ljubljana in order to address and discuss documents and matters related to the upcoming adoption of the European Commission’s implementing acts.
 
On 3 October 2014, the REMIT Comitology Committee approved the European Commission’s draft implementing acts  on data collection under Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 (REMIT). The draft implementing acts will now need to be adopted by the Commission and will enter into force 20 days after their publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

You can register for  the ACER Workshop here.
 
ACER will publish the first editions of the Registered Reporting Mechanisms’ (RRM) requirements as well as specific user manuals upon the entry into force of the Implementing Acts.
 
The Agency intends to present the final drafts of the requirements and user manuals in the workshop, before they are published, and address and discuss the following topics:
 
• Introduction to the REMIT implementing acts and the REMIT implementation process.
 
• The ACER Requirements for the registration of Registered Reporting Mechanisms (RRM).
 
• The ACER User Manuals for the reporting of Trade and Fundamental data.
 
• The way forward.

The Agency’s data collection activities will start with the entry into application of the implementing acts.

The RRM Requirements include the technical and organisational requirements that need to be fulfilled by the reporting entities in order to submit data to the Agency. The User Manuals for the reporting of trade and fundamental data will provide market participants, and third parties reporting on their behalf, with guidance about their transaction reporting obligations. The draft RRM Requirements and the draft reporting manuals were previously consulted in 2013 and 2014 and have been further elaborated following these consultations.
 
Access the programme and the registration form here.
 
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