Central counterparty (CCP)
Sovereign derivatives users have been able to avoid posting collateral to their dealer counterparties in the past, but pending reforms to bank capital and funding rules are changing the equation. If...
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Central clearing might solve some of the problems with over-the-counter derivatives, but it is by no means a straightforward solution, and could raise some additional problems
Clearer's plans to create a special membership category for central banks and other sovereigns could undermine CCPs' risk-mutualisation model, rivals claim
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Despite a last-minute hitch, the final text of ambitious financial regulatory reform legislation was agreed last month, which would hand supervisors sweeping new powers over financial institutions. ...
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