Dealers say rules for default fund exposures are an improvement, but risk weights are not tied to "real default probabilities"
Europe’s credit valuation adjustment exemption was the outcome of a protracted legislative debate, but it may prove to be the end of a chapter, rather than the end of the story. As US banks protes...
Ratio could be a 'game-changer', dealers warn, as Basel Committee proposes counting received collateral as well as derivatives exposures
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Supervisors ‘should accept the legislation that the council and the parliament in their wisdom have decided upon’, warns MEP
Industry undecided on whether own cost of funds or an industry average funding spread should be used
Dealers push for a more risk-sensitive model, but regulators may opt to incorporate a new non-internal modelled approach into the existing hypothetical capital method
Standard-setter decides trades can still qualify for hedge accounting when voluntarily novated to a CCP, but experts warn wider stance on novation could cause trouble
Tax liability could send CCPs "directly into insolvency" warn Czech officials in leaked document
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Traders say no sign of short volatility hedging after Nikkei 225 plunges
Banks and industry groups have been joined by an unlikely ally in their protests about the accounting treatment of assets held in liquidity buffers – the European Banking Authority. By Lukas Becke...
Trades cleared voluntarily would not be protected by hedge accounting under IASB proposals
Clearing house has been told its own rules prevent it from shelving buy-side clearing for single-name CDS contracts
New proposals on the margining of uncleared derivatives trades could dampen take-up of the standard CSA
Dealers broadly agree that funding costs and benefits should be priced into uncollateralised trades, and some banks have started recognising this in their financial statements. But there is no stand...
Hedges will attract capital instead of providing capital relief, argues Citi exec
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