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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
More than three-quarters of respondents to a Risk.net poll think rule capping membership criteria at $50 million in capital should be changed following collapse of would-be clearer MF Global
Despite being exempt from clearing and exchange trading requirements in the US and Europe, some corporate treasurers fear they might have little choice but to execute forex options on electronic pla...
Non-deliverable forwards are the current focus for FX CCPs and banks, but panellists argue the risk in those products is negligible
Omnibus structure meant clearing clients of MF Global outside the US were asked to double up on collateral payments. Use of the structure for OTC markets is now in doubt
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
European Central Bank offers central securities depositories (CSDs) financial incentives to sign up to T2S early; governing council gives CSDs until the end of April to agree
The bankruptcy of MF Global should prompt the CFTC to reconsider the $50 million cap on minimum capital requirements set by CCPs on clearing members, say bankers
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