European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir)
A decision to delay a deadline for brokers to review their classifications of physically settled gas and power forwards by two months has been welcomed by industry participants
Ashley Alder says European cross-border CCP regulation is not relevant to Asian markets
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Asset managers call on regulators to amend Ucits rules
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Mandatory trade reporting for all asset classes will begin on February 12, but the forex industry is still grappling with the challenges of dual reporting
Regulatory change and tough market conditions are creating deep uncertainty for energy brokers. But Tradition’s Mike Anderson remains optimistic about the business, he tells Stella Farrington
Sef rules are leading to regulatory arbitrage according to Asia industry players
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Europe and the US have launched a number of initiatives as part of their drive to regulate the OTC derivatives markets. Jacqueline Low from the International Swaps and Derivatives Association explai...
Mandatory clearing in Europe is widely expected to start from next year, but the complex authorisation process, combined with the variety of collateral segregation models, means the start date for s...
Senior executives at RBS have weighed up the bank's potential exposure to CCPs
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