- On 4 May 2017, publication of the EMIR refit proposal.
- In June 2017, the Commission proposed a second set of amendments to EMIR to enhance the supervision of third country CCPs and make the supervision of EU CCPs more coherent.
- On 20 September 2017, the Commission adopted a further legislative proposal, as part of its wider proposals to reform the European System of Financial Supervision. On the same day, they also published a modified legislative proposal, which consolidated the changes made and the previous proposal.
- European Parliament:
- ECON’s Draft Report (on the clearing obligation, reporting requirements, and risk mitigation techniques for OTC derivatives not cleared by a CCP) published on 26 January 2018.
- On 16 May 2018, the ECON Committee voted to adopt the EMIR draft report.
- On 16 May the ECON committee adopted the draft report on supervision and third-country CCPs
- The Council reached a general agreement on the EMIT refit text on 20 December 2017. For the two other texts the negotiations are still ongoing.
On 5 February 2019 EP and Council have reached political provisional agreement on updated rules for financial derivatives products and clearing (EMIR refit)
- On 18 April 2019, the EP plenary session adopted the trilogues agreement.
- On 14 May 2019 he Council adopted a regulation on financial derivatives products and clearing
- On 18 December 2018, ESMA published two join draft Regulatory Technical Standards.
- On 31 January 2019 ESMA released a statement addressing EMIR Refit implementation.
- On 15 April 2019, ESMA published the translations for guidelines on CCP APC margin measures.
- Trilogues: On 13 March 2019 the European Parliament and the Council reached a political agreement.
The agreement has been adopted by the Council and has been published in the Official Journal on 28 May 2019.