Central counterparty (ccp)
US regulator will pursue a quicker route to exempt foreign CCPs
Stock exchange group has “excess cash”, says group CEO
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Automation and straight-through processing required to protect investors
CME's Taylor claims approval for US regime is being unfairly delayed
Paper proposes refinements to 'cover two' standard
Operational losses to be borne solely by CCPs, says CPMI-Iosco
Japanese clearing house will soon be able to clear for US clients
McPartland: banks could not support multiple auctions if a big member firm defaults
Tarullo and Wetjen say regulators should set standards for CCPs
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