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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Market participants detect new mood on cross-border issues: "The two clearing regimes aren't really compatible, but neither side wants to start a shooting war"
Several Asian exchanges looking to set up similar deals to leaked ASX/CME proposal
Two companies say they have not been able to report to the DTCC's repository, and stopped trading swaps as a result
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Review of overlooked sector follows £22.9 million penalty for overcharging customers
"We need a solution," says Esma spokesman
Emails to customers cite backlogs in rates and exchange-traded derivatives - users say repository has been "victim of its own success"
Second-quarter start date slated by the Japan-based clearing house
Finnish issuer expects to hand out 10,000 identifiers, but had only reached 1,166 last week - and the story is similar elsewhere
Regulators have agreed a solution in row over client asset segregation, according to five industry sources
Regulators have left industry to come up with Emir trade identifiers - a huge mistake, according to one corporate treasurer
SGX still the only Asian exchange with US regulatory approval
European proposal limits risk management tools to clearable swaps only, preventing options-based hedges
Number of legal entity identifiers is sitting at 83,337 – well short of the required total, which is estimated at anything from 100,000 to one million
Market participants relying on regulatory forbearance, Isda chief executive tells legal conference
Unlikely that any Japan or Australia banks will follow suit
First CNY interest rate swaps cleared in China
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