European market infrastructure regulation (emir)
Respondents expect to make more money from derivatives this year, despite the ongoing eurozone crisis and regulatory change
This panel will discuss ways to allocate resources and minimize potential exposure with a set of analytical tools to assess, simulate and quantify operational risk capital to improve business efficiency and performance across the enterprise.
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Just over 60% of respondents plan to up their technology spend next year, with market risk systems the main beneficiary
Clarifications on two sets of data transparency rules for European energy markets are in the works, according to European Commission policy expert
A new alphabet soup of financial services and energy market regulations are making firms nervous about their ability to comply, said panellists at Energy Risk's Central and Eastern Europe conference
The vast majority of respondents to a Risk.net poll do not believe G-20 members will meet the end-2012 deadline for all standardised OTC derivatives to be cleared through CCPs
CLS Bank-style regulatory council could be applied to trade repositories and CCPs to avert market fragmentation, but French regulators are not convinced
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.