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David Cameron's demand for the UK to be exempt from an ECB policy on clearing houses helped prompt last month's split with the EU - and is earning applause from eurosceptic Conservatives
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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
Further international co-ordination is needed if the G-20 deadline for central clearing of standardised OTC derivatives is to be met, says new SFC chief executive
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