Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
Regulators have pushed hard to ensure buy-side firms are able to access central counterparties since the crisis began. But despite the launch of several new services, very few buy-side participants ...
Uncertainty over the final shape of regulatory reform is reportedly making buy-side firms wary of committing to central clearing.
Clearing houses could cause large losses for their members if they don't put limits on portfolio allocation, dealers think.
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