OTC clearing onshore in China will be delayed until at least the end of 2013 or early 2014 according to an official at Shanghai Clearing House
In the US, segregation of client assets is a simple matter – only one approach is allowed for over-the-counter trades. But in Europe, where there are more clearing houses, and no prescribed approach,...
With March 11 receding from view, all eyes have turned to the second stage of the US clearing roll-out. No-one knows precisely how many derivatives users will be caught this time, but estimates go as high...
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The recent doubling of the People’s Bank of China’s swap facility with Singapore highlights the increasing importance of the Asean region to the use of RMB – potentially giving the South-east Asian city-state an advantage over Hong Kong in the battle...
Single bank default could affect multiple CCPs, leading to crippling default contribution for existing members and a chain of bank failures
Initial margin requirements could increase liquidity strain on firms in smaller markets
Planned one-basis-point charge will be levied multiple times in cleared trades – and could “kill the market”
The large number of trade repositories planned globally will reduce the quality of data, panellists warn
High-frequency traders have been viewed with suspicion for some time. Now critics claim exchanges are conspiring with the traders to develop tools that benefit them and disadvantage ordinary investors. Is the threat real? Laurie Carver reports
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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