Central counterparty (CCP)
Long-awaited derivatives proposals focus on standards for central counterparties that clear OTC derivatives.
This white paper looks at the heavy impact of regulation on investment managers, the mitigation of outsourcing risk, inefficiencies in corporate actions processing and the growing importance of collateral management.
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EC derivatives legislation set to be far more detailed than US financial reform bills, and open to industry comment before final adoption.
Proposals on risk management by CCPs should be more detailed, say participants
Credit fund veteran Mark Okada says Bafin restrictions on short selling have increased market volatility
Standards governing central counterparties (CCPs) for over-the-counter derivatives should be more granular in detail, rather than focusing on high-level principles, says Patrick Pearson, head of the financial...
Regulators mull over intervention options for systemic risk firms
Dealers complain a long-awaited draft of standards for derivatives clearing platforms fails to address key issues.
A task force created by the Hong Kong Treasury Markets Association (TMA) is set to examine the feasibility of establishing a derivatives clearing house in the territory. The task force will send out...
Heated debate over financial regulatory reform going through the US Congress was at the forefront of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association’s annual general meeting in San Francisco l...
Clearing houses could cause large losses for their members if they don't put limits on portfolio allocation, dealers think.
This whitepaper reviews the fundamental changes of Liquidity Risk Management under Basel III. It discusses how institutions can meet the regulatory requirements on liquidity risk management by enhancing their liquidity risk analytics, funds transfer pricing methodologies, liquidity stress testing frameworks, and enterprise risk management platforms.