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Writing to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in November 2010, the general counsel of MF Global highlighted what the firm saw as a key risk in the shift to central clearing for over-the-counter derivatives – the danger that smaller firms...
New regulations have forced financial services firms to get to grips with counterparty credit risk and credit value adjustment, the liquidity coverage and net stable funding ratios, and electronic trading, clearing and reporting. In the face of these...
The US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has been working closely with other US supervisors to draw up new regulation related to the Dodd-Frank Act – but the various agencies don’t always see eye to eye on how best to proceed. Acting comptroller...
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Eric Pan to oversee international regulatory policy at the agency
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