With new regulations on central clearing, margining and collateral segregation coming into effect, the role of the custodian is arguably more important than ever. Custody Risk includes news, analysis and research on the latest industry developments.
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Asset managers call on regulators to amend Ucits rules
Asifma head Austen wants exclusion of initial margin from Asian jurisdictions’ derivatives market regulation
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The winners of the Custody Risk European Awards 2013 were unveiled at an awards ceremony in central London on November 20
Results of an industry study reveal the scale of the liquidity burden that would fall on CCPs clearing physically delivered forex options – but a net settlement mechanism could reduce the number b...
CFTC makes clear swaps between non-US swap dealers and non-US clients will be caught by Dodd-Frank if they are arranged, negotiated or executed by US personnel
Esma responds to EC's 'intended rejection' of one-year postponement
Clients aren’t expected to be subject to a clearing mandate until 2015, according to a Risk.net poll
Speaking at Sifma AGM, former US president says OTC market should have been forced into collateralised regime before 2008 crisis
Mandatory trade reporting for all asset classes will begin on February 12, but the forex industry is still grappling with the challenges of dual reporting
Singapore CCP looks to strengthen its risk management approach
US regulatory concerns about liquidity of government securities collateral could be resolved by access to the Fed’s discount window, CCP officials say
US CCPs may need committed funding to count US Treasury collateral as liquid
CCPs should have complete transparency on risk to prevent margin-related failures
Sef rules are leading to regulatory arbitrage according to Asia industry players
Global regulations need a worldwide regulatory body to monitor to them
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