European market infrastructure regulation (emir)
Korea Exchange signs up 16 foreign bank branches for its IRS clearing service prior to June 30 deadline from its local regulator, while CFTC expected to announce no-action relief for KRX
Countries need to change privacy laws in order to fix clash with swap reporting rules – and that will take time, conference hears
Asia-Pacific posited as an attractive location for OTC derivatives as the costs of doing business in the US and Europe begin to mount following regulatory intervention
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Only 30% of inter-repository OTC derivatives and 3% of listed trade reports can be paired, conference is told – a problem stemming from the lack of trade identifiers
FSB is working with CFTC to clean and standardise derivatives data, and more international co-operation will be needed, says Patricia Mosser
Citi head of global commodities “doesn’t lay awake at night awaiting a full-scale assault” from non-bank companies, such as oil majors and commodity trading houses
Poll of more than 400 respondents finds 60% have noticed geographic liquidity split since US rules came into force
New swap reporting rules allow regulators to track who is doing what – in theory. But some jurisdictions have laws that prevent the disclosure of counterparty identities. Caught in the middle, some dealers are choosing to adhere to privacy laws while...
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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