A decision to limit the scope of Japan's clearing mandate has torpedoed months of partnership talks between LCH.Clearnet and the Japan Securities Clearing Corporation
Despite positive vote by House subcommittee, lawyers say a bill repealing section 716 of Dodd-Frank will not pass
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Pushed to the margins
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ECB invokes US legal amendment providing it with broad immunities and says it might stop using US dealers unless granted exemptions from Dodd-Frank Act rules
Follow the leader?
Chair of European Parliament's Econ committee believes CRD IV should mirror Emir corporate exemptions, but has not yet decided whether sovereign counterparties should enjoy the same benefit
Banco de España chose not to report Santander’s sovereign derivatives exposure to the EBA because it was 'not material'
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