Barry Cheung, chairman at the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange, speaks to Lianna Brinded about the liberalisation of China's renminbi and the positive effects it will have on energy and commodities.
US market participants say Dodd-Frank reforms should be phased in, foresee uncertainty and potential market disruption post-implementation
Clinging to collateral
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The over-the-counter energy and commodities market is being pushed to Asia by fears over Western regulatory changes, says managing director of technology provider Trayport
Bair says evidence supported even higher capital requirements under revised Accord
Financial risk manager from the US’s largest utility, Southern Company, says regulators should make sure they make a distinction between physical and financial transactions before setting US regul...
Counting the costs
Chicago Merchantile Exchange's (CME) Asia energy and metals chief says the group’s central counterparty clearing (CCP) house removes the possibility of a ‘black swan’ incident
US banks will find it easier to comply with Basel III than European counterparts, but capital deductions could pose a problem
Forcing energy and commodities contracts into central counterparty (CCP) clearing is “potentially dangerous”, says Isda's Noyes
Reduction in risk appetite and regulatory crackdown causing increase in long-dated skew, say equity derivatives dealers
Restrictions on bank proprietary trading have caused liquidity to fall in both the cash and derivatives markets, forcing buy-side participants to adopt alternative investment strategies
All 209 Isda primary members could qualify as swap dealers under the Dodd-Frank Act, says CFTC chairman.
Buy-side market participants are expecting increased operational costs when new regulation on central clearing of CDS contracts is implemented
Closure of SEC investigation into Moody's demonstration of the regulator's new powers under Dodd-Frank
Elana Hahn joins Morrison & Foerster's capital markets group in a role that involves guiding clients through regulatory changes.
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