Regulators must adopt a calibrated approach to mandated collateral so that short-dated FX swaps and forwards are not caught up in the rules unnecessarily, argue market participants
Esma has published a discussion paper on new clearing rules just five days after the high-level text was agreed - but a quick start and a three-month deadline extension might not be enough
Esma could take key risk management decisions out of the hands of CCPs, according to new discussion paper on the technical standards required by European clearing rules
Delays in the adoption of Europe's new clearing rules have eaten into the time Esma has to meet its June 30 rule-writing deadline
Under the microscope
Has the popularity of exchange-traded funds turned them into the new regulatory whipping boys?
Esma under pressure
National supervisors should be responsible for their domestic institutions, says Czech National Bank
European Securities and Markets Authority reveals its long-awaited consultation paper on Ucits exchange-traded funds
Remit continues to pose problems, as energy firms look for clarity on how to meet the requirements
Supervisors should not be able to force clearing houses to accept certain classes of OTC derivative, says FOA's Belchambers
Report by Treasury Select Committee reviews plans for new agency's role in European regulatory decisions
As the ETF industry awaits Esma's proposed changes, participants continue to insist on their increased transparency and the need to move the debate forward
European Commission delays Prospectus Directive amendments and juggles with signature requirement
Cutting out the middleware?
Voice in the wilderness?
Recent events at UBS have prompted one industry expert to call for a specific rogue-trading regulation
Statement is beginning of "a series of recommendations" from BlackRock on ETF market, says iShares head of sales
The European Securities and Markets Authority has asked whether diversification within strategy indexes should be judged within the confines of Ucits, while also requesting responses to a discussion paper on synthetic and physical ETFs
The CFTC's attempt to protect non-US regulators from an indemnity clause in the Dodd-Frank Act will fail, European regulators fear
Regulators need to protect markets from "rumours and false information" say bans' supporters