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New rules would see OTC markets over-margined, while futures may be under-margined - and there could be systemic implications
Speaking at the Asia Risk Congress, CIMB head of rates, funding and structuring Chu Kok Wei sets out his concerns over the move to central clearing in the region
Buy-side firms argue new regulations will create a collateral squeeze – despite claims by a Bank of England official that the fears are overplayed
CCPs should be required to make details of their models public, says the Bank of England’s payments and infrastructure division head
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Isda estimates that mandatory clearing and margin could require the posting of up to $30 trillion of initial margin have been inflated, not least because of a likely exemption for forex swaps and fo...
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