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Regulators fear derivatives could be structured to make them unclearable – and there is anecdotal evidence to suggest escape routes have been explored. But market participants say there is no incentive to avoid the new regime. Joe Rennison reports
Current methodology to calculate a close-out value following the exercise of a break clause results in inaccuracies, claim dealers
Dealers say they are willing to jeopardise client relationships by exercising break clauses that allow trades to be terminated early – and should receive capital relief as a result. But regulators need to be convinced. By Matt Cameron
Fiscal and regulatory reforms announced by the new Spanish government have led market participants to rethink wrappers and product maturities, with growth and fund-linked products likely to benefit
Dealers have been busy war-gaming eurozone break-up scenarios in recent months. But one of the most complex, and uncertain, areas is what would happen to derivatives contracts in the event one or more member states leave the eurozone. By Matt Cameron...
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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