UniCredit Bank AG is a "financial counterparty" as defined in EMIR and our LEI No. is: 2ZCNRR8UK83OBTEK2170.
UniCredit Bank AG is a financial institution in category 1 regarding the clearing obligation of interest rate derivatives in EUR, GBP, JPY, USD, NOK, PLN and SEK. As well as a financial institution in category 2 regarding the clearing obligation of credit derivatives.
In accordance with article 36 EMIR (EU 2016/2251) UniCredit Bank AG does comply with their initial margin obligation by 1st September 2018.
UniCredit Bank AG is a "Large Financial Counterparty (FC+)" as defined in Swiss Federal Act on Market Infrastructures and Market Conduct in Securities and Derivatives Trading of 19 June 2015 ("FMIA")
UniCredit Bank AG has a preliminary registration as Swap Dealer ("SD") under CFTC, as well as a member of the "National Futures Association" ("NFA").
The following information does not apply to private individuals, as the requirements of EMIR do not apply to them. It is intended for counterparties within the meaning of Article 2 (8)-(10).
Under the provisions of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation 648/2012 of 4 July 2012 (EMIR), central counterparties (CCPs) and their clearing members shall offer their clients (FCs, NFCs) at least the choice between omnibus client and individual client account segregation.
Below you will find information on these types of account segregation, the level of protection and the related costs, fees and risks.
UniCredit Bank AG is required pursuant to Art. 39 (7) EMIR to make this information publicly available. These publications will be updated from time to time.
Please contact your account manager if you have any questions.
Conditions and Pricing Guidelines for the Clearing of Listed Derivatives Products (ETD’s) under EMIR Articles 38(1) and 39(7) and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/2154 supplementing Regulation (EU) No 600/2014 (MIFIR-RTS)
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