Some EU countries unable to punish Emir breaches

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At least five countries were unable to enforce European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) reporting rules when they were introduced in February, and two of these – Poland and Ireland – still cannot fine companies that breach the regulations, Central Banking sister title Risk.net has learned.

Other countries have updated their rules to allow sanctions to be handed out – Spain did so on June 27 – but non-financial firms that did not comply up to that point are expected to escape punishment.

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