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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DTCC is able to find the other half of a trade for around 40% of reports
Japan expands scope of clearing regime
Repository has apologised to clients caught in Emir reporting backlog
This webinar looks at the current state of enterprise stress testing and unveils findings of a new study on Enterprise-level Stress Testing (one of several research papers in Chartis' The Risk Enabled Enterprise ® research program)
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CFTC commissioner hopes arrival of European rules will ease pressure
New equity options on two exchanges
Money manager looks to access all liquidity pools
Proposed regime could arrive this month, but scope will remain unclear
Eurex and SGX can borrow from their central banks, while rivals have to rely on common-or-garden lenders
Simpler structures will have existing CFTC safe harbour removed first, Sefs expect
Accord has not solved swaps liquidity fragmentation
CFTC chairman nominee vows to follow APA
Risk-weights set to jump after June 15
Korea trading snafu casts doubt on KRX's default fund structure
KRX is rethinking its own rules in the event of a member default
Numbers compiled by Isda show huge drop - other sources claim smaller fall. Dealers say people "are tiptoeing their way in".
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
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.