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Comment letters from Isda and Bank of Montreal argue Basel Committee proposal on DVA deductions goes too far
Patchwork of risk measures - including standalone CVA charge - may be left intact
A stricter approach to the modelling of bank capital is "high likely", as a result of concerns that risk-weighted asset numbers are too divergent
Billions of dollars in capital could be excluded under Basel proposals on derivatives DVA - with US banks hardest hit
Dealers will have to change the way they approach long-dated derivatives business, says Barclays Capital’s Jerry del Missier
Banks will not be able to avoid passing on the hefty costs of regulatory reform to their buy-side clients, argued participants at the ACI UK’s annual square mile debate
European capital rules could squash CVA feedback loop
Eurex Clearing plans to be the first OTC clearer to offer full segregation of collateral when it launches in March - demand has risen since MF Global collapse
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.