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Buy-side firms need to begin negotiating OTC clearing documentation now or risk being forced to adopt one-size-fits-all standard templates
Last month’s court ruling against the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s position limits rule once again highlighted the uncertainty around regulation that players in the energy market are having...
Publicly owned utilities say a growing number of energy companies are refusing to trade with them ahead of the deadline for swap dealer registration
The decision by Ice to speed up the transition of its cleared OTC energy contracts to futures reflects regulatory uncertainty, and is likely to be replicated by other exchanges, says CFTC commissioner
The extraterritorial impact of the US Dodd-Frank could be sidestepped by Asian players opting to conduct swap trades with players outside of the regulation’s orbit
DTCC data repository has received provisional CFTC approval, just three weeks ahead of mandatory reporting for credit and rates, with forex reporting due to begin in January
SEC study finds large portion of clearing-eligible CDS still trading bilaterally
Buy-side firms will struggle to finish legal and operational work ahead of US mandated clearing deadlines – and they are not the only ones, says panel
Dealers hope to comply with new business conduct rules by amending thousands of Isda master agreements – but a standardised protocol published last month is expected to leave some clients cold
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