Markets regulators will not require CCPs to have contractual liquidity commitments - but Fed is said to retain concerns and CCPs need approval from both camps
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
UK bank appoints Michael Yarian to head US rates trading and global rates e-trading, while Tim Stack will run the derivatives clearing business
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Ongoing market uncertainty over the new and evolving margin regime for non-cleared over-the-counter derivatives has drawn many questions from firms, with too few reliable answers. This global survey – conducted by Risk and sponsored by IBM – is one...
Several Asia markets are set to mandate central clearing but European and US banks face the dilemma of whether to join onshore CCPs before they receive approval from their domestic regulators – potentially leaving them exposed to onerous capital charges...
Italian bank's head of investment banking says he is worried by the low capital levels at Eurex and LCH.Clearnet, and suggests CCPs should not be for-profit entities. Clearing members are also pushing CCPs to boost their capital
The International Capital Market Association task force on repo indexes is evaluating new benchmarks for European repo markets. In a roundtable forum convened by Risk and sponsored by Stoxx, a panel of experts discusses the evolution and development of...
A panel of experts, convened by Insurance Risk and sponsored by BNY Mellon, discusses the impact of central clearing on asset allocations and opportunities to generate returns from high-quality collateral.
A change of ownership and an evolving regulatory landscape have thrown up big challenges for the London Metal Exchange in its quest to clear its own trades. Trevor Spanner, the chief executive of LME Clear, speaks to Mark Pengelly about the project
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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