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The European Commission is drawing up proposals on the recovery and resolution of CCPs, but a number of tricky questions still have to be answered
With the UK potentially on course for an in/out referendum on EU membership in 2017, bank lobbyists fear British representatives will be boxed out of top EU finance sector roles this year when the European...
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The European Union is finally nailing down rules governing retail investment products, but an intervention from the European Securities and Markets Authority could dilute the potency of the region’s national legislators. Richard Jory reports
After realising an overhaul of its Sef-equivalence framework was needed, the CFTC told European platforms not to apply. At the same time, the FCA was working through rules with UK venues
Buy-side firms claim dealers stand to benefit from the division of OTC markets into US and non-US persons; all-to-all trading cannot exist until the break is closed
End-users are sceptical about the health benefits of derivatives market reforms, according to a new Isda survey. Here, a selection of firms explain why they fear rules designed to improve the market will instead be its undoing. Tom Osborn reports
With only a few months to go before the compliance deadline, industry observers still report much work to do for fund managers to comply with the latest European directive. OpRisk looks at the obstacles ahead
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.
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