Less than 1% of counterparties are ready to trade under new regime. Non-compliant firms may be frozen out of the market, banks warn
In contrast to regulatory efforts in the US and Europe, China’s lawmakers are pushing for greater liberalisation of domestic derivatives, as Isda’s Jing Gu writes
As banks become more sensitive to capital and funding costs – and derivatives pricing becomes more complex – the trader’s role is changing. For those who choose to remain on the sell side, analytical,...
Insurance Risk and BNY Mellon have conducted a survey to look at how insurance companies are preparing for the new regime and the opportunities and challenges that the changes will bring.
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MAS confirms it is granting interdealer brokers temporary exemptions from registering as futures brokers
While the idea behind a maturity threshold for forex collateral requirements makes sense to regulators, FSA speaker at FX Week Europe recognises the industry's opposition
No-action letter not enough to convince counterparties to trade with public utilities
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