Find out more about LEI
According to delegated regulations adopted under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), entities are required to hold identifiers necessary to report details of derivatives trades to trade repositories.
According to delegated regulations adopted under EMIR, an LEI (Legal Entity Identifier) is necessary to report details of derivatives trades to trade repositories as a possible identifier of a legal entity trading on the global financial markets.
On 19 August 2013, the Central Securities Depository of Poland was assigned a prefix (2594) necessary to assign LEIs to legal entities.
Find out more about assigning LEI in KDPW – see our newest publication “LEI”.