The redress process continues for UK businesses sold inappropriate interest rate hedging products by their banks, with the cost of compensating them now over £1 billion
As regulators tighten their scrutiny of commodities trading and impose costly penalties for market manipulation, energy firms are stepping up investment in trade surveillance. But properly implementing...
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Vitol, Louis Dreyfus and other commodity trading firms say the proposed bona fide hedge exemptions in the CFTC's revived position limits rule are too narrow and discriminate against merchants
Companies such as Suncor and TransAlta fear 'huge' costs if they are obliged to register as derivatives dealers and clear all their trades under new rules being considered by Canadian regulators
Hedge funds will soon be charged more to borrow from their prime brokers, banks warn – a result of new capital and liquidity rules, and a development that could cap the amount of leverage funds are able to deploy. This could spell disaster for some...
Securities regulator is refusing to offer guidance on packages that involve a US Treasury leg, say market participants and fellow regulators
Regulatory pressure to focus on conduct risk means that banks now need to be sure that they have adequate and timely measures of their exposure
Banks used to see a competitive advantage in identifying customers, but it has now become a regulatory headache, with multibillion dollar fines being levied on those firms not up to speed
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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