Forex clearing will be restricted to non-deliverable forwards as US authorities discuss whether settlement risk can be properly managed for cleared forex options, according to speakers at the FX Wee...
Growth of non-deliverable forwards market will not be hit by impending clearing laws
The majority of respondents to an online poll support central bank liquidity access for CCPs, but critics argue this would be likely to lead to the break-up of multi-currency clearers
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Despite a CFTC proposal that attacks an industry clearing document, the core of the text can survive, says lawyer at Isda's New York conference
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