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Non-deliverable forwards are the current focus for FX CCPs and banks, but panellists argue the risk in those products is negligible
Omnibus structure meant clearing clients of MF Global outside the US were asked to double up on collateral payments. Use of the structure for OTC markets is now in doubt
A decision to limit the scope of Japan's clearing mandate has torpedoed months of partnership talks between LCH.Clearnet and the Japan Securities Clearing Corporation
Further international co-ordination is needed if the G-20 deadline for central clearing of standardised OTC derivatives is to be met, says new SFC chief executive
The bankruptcy of MF Global should prompt the CFTC to reconsider the $50 million cap on minimum capital requirements set by CCPs on clearing members, say bankers
Pushed to the margins
The beauty of diversity
The vast majority of respondents to a Risk.net poll do not believe G-20 members will meet the end-2012 deadline for all standardised OTC derivatives to be cleared through CCPs
Changes to bank capital rules on CCP exposures remove the need for bank clients to enter into contractual agreements to port trades to other clearing members
Revised Basel rules provide little capital incentive for clearing members to clear trades on behalf of clients, bankers argue
CLS Bank-style regulatory council could be applied to trade repositories and CCPs to avert market fragmentation, but French regulators are not convinced
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