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REFORMA TRŽIŠTA FINANSIJSKIM DERIVATIMA (OTC) PREMA UREDBI O EVROPSKOM INFRASTRUKTURNOM TRŽIŠTU (EMIR) I AMERIČKOM DODD-FRANK ZAKONU O REFORMI FINANSIJSKOG TRŽIŠTA I ZAŠTITI POTROŠAČA
Brdar Jelena (Универзитет у Новом Саду, Економски факултет Суботица, катедра за Финансије, банкарство и осигурање),
The recent financial crisis has revealed major weaknesses in the functioning of the financial regulatory and supervisory framework, which eventually culminated in a global recession. Emergency interventions were necessary to stop the spread of deformation of monetary flows with systemic disorders during the crisis and to help the restoration of the normal functioning of financial markets. All these problems have affected the global factors to start thinking in new directions. In this respect, they expressed various initiatives, led by America and the European Union which were mostly affected by problems. As an important cause of the crisis that began in 2007 was the weakness of OTC financial derivatives markets. The weakening of the financial system increased systemic risk. In this paper, we review the creation of a new regulatory infrastructure. First, we emphasized the basic characteristics of the financial regulations of the European Union - EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation) and the US Dodd-Frank law, then we singled out the Chapter VII of the above mentioned (Dodd-Frank: Title VIIWall Street Transparency and Accountability) and at the end the analysis was expanded with the introduction and comparison of the above mentioned EMIR and Dodd-Frank regulation.
Ključne reči: Financial crisis, OTC derivatives, EMIR EU regulations, Dodd Frank