Michael Everaert has joined CME Group as head of OTC solutions
Renewed risk appetite
CME Group chief executive slams proposed position limit regulations as “unnecessary”
The sharp increase in oil price volatility resulting from political upheaval in Libya and across the Middle East has helped push the volume of oil options traded to a new all-time high
Oil prices will continue to rise to triple-digit highs over 2011 on long-term Egypt risk premiums and continual unrelated underlying issues, say market experts
Caps in hand?
One major dealer says it may reassess CME membership, while others also raise concerns about the CCP’s willingness to allow clearing members to use third-party marks
Risk awards 2011
Risk awards 2011
The price you pay
Ice Clear Europe accepts gold for margin, while LCH.Clearnet is also working on extending eligible collateral
Ice Trust estimates it might have to increase initial margin by 63% to cover risk.
A new index measures changes in the market value of venture capital-financed companies in the US
Findings of UBS equity analysts stoke fears of race to the bottom among over-the-counter derivatives clearing firms
Asia overtook North America as the biggest exchange-traded derivatives market for the first time during the first half of the year. And the exchange derivatives market may continue growing after the Dodd-Frank Act and other regulatory reforms, market...
Chicago Merchantile Exchange's (CME) Asia energy and metals chief says the group’s central counterparty clearing (CCP) house removes the possibility of a ‘black swan’ incident
CME launches four swap futures and options contracts in a move that analysts say will boost the global coal market
This month, Scott O’Malia, a commissioner of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, puts his questions to James Newsome, member of the board of directors of the CME Group and a former CFTC chairman
Banks could lose margins and competitive edge as a result of derivatives reforms in Dodd-Frank Act
Foreign exchange is held back from fulfilling its potential as an asset class because of counterparty risk issues, said panellists.
Specialised quanto products are now driving demand in the weather derivatives markets. Alex Davis looks at why this is the case, and how improvements in data provision are making this possible