No guarantee of equivalence being granted to Asian clearing houses
Failure to define a "significant or direct" threat to the US economy has brought regulatory overreach
Margin efficiency will be the main driver of success in the OTC clearing world and while cross-margining with futures has been touted as a potential game changer, the gains from this may be illusory...
This webinar looks at the current state of enterprise stress testing and unveils findings of a new study on Enterprise-level Stress Testing (one of several research papers in Chartis' The Risk Enabled Enterprise ® research program)
More Aaron Woolner articles
Increasing the potential liquidity pool a major aim for Australia volatility futures market
Europe and the US have launched a number of initiatives as part of their drive to regulate the OTC derivatives markets. Jacqueline Low from the International Swaps and Derivatives Association explai...
HKMA concerned over the development of cross-border equivalence regulation
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: Standard Chartered – Derivatives House of the Year, Asia ex-Japan
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: Goldman Sachs – Derivatives House of the Year, Japan
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: Société Générale – Structured Products House of the Year
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: BNP Paribas – Credit Derivatives House of the Year
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: Credit Suisse – Equity Derivatives House of the Year
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: BNP Paribas – Interest Rate Derivatives House of the Year
Asia Risk awards 2013 winner: Standard Chartered – Energy/Commodity Derivatives House of the Year
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.