Central counterparty (CCP)
CFTC chairman says European regulators should expand scope of Emir to include all derivatives, rather than OTC only
Regulators should be wary about applying financial market regulation to all end-users, warn panellists
The majority of respondents to an online poll support central bank liquidity access for CCPs, but critics argue this would be likely to lead to the break-up of multi-currency clearers
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London-based CCP is set to launch clearing for NDFs in six currencies in mid-November, having shelved plans for options clearing while banks discuss settlement-related issues with regulators
The OTC market still does not know how to provide certainty that a trade will be cleared - but an FIA-Isda meeting in New York gave attendees a chance to look at what is on offer
Panellists at the Energy Risk Asia conference voice concerns over the extraterritorial implications of the Dodd-Frank Act
Respondents to a Risk.net poll support the UK Treasury’s decision to sue the ECB over its proposal to require CCPs clearing euro-denominated contracts to be legally incorporated in the eurozone
Dealers say CCPs need to be more transparent about how they calculate margin – including making their models fully accessible
CCP interoperability will not resolve fragmentation in the OTC markets, say panellists at Isda Europe conference in London
Jonathan Faull dismisses suggestions CRD IV will lead to uneven application of Basel III
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