European securities and markets authority (esma)
Banks may seek to insert new termination clauses in contracts with some clients, as they prepare for an 18-month frontloading window to open
Issuers pleased as Esma proposes exemption for covered bond hedges; trades would still need to pass six-point test
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Esma hopes to improve matching rates for Europe’s five-month-old reporting regime – currently as low as 3% for some trades – but repositories say more will be needed
CME Group says energy futures volumes have dropped since it was confirmed that contracts executed on US exchanges could tip firms over the European clearing and trade valuation threshold
They are questions that should strike fear into the heart of any regulator: how often does a product have to trade, and in what volumes, before it can be deemed liquid? The European Securities and Markets Authority has months to find an answer, and traders...
European banks start clearing in India despite no EU equivalency ruling
How prime brokers should segregate assets posted as collateral by hedge funds and held on their behalf to be debated by the board of the European Securities and Markets Authority
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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