European securities and markets authority (esma)
New authority will conduct cost-benefit analysis to decide which derivatives should be cleared - but G-20 deadline is not negotiable, says Esma chair in first public speech
Legal precedent suggests European Commission might have to determine which contracts should be cleared under new derivatives rules, rather than Esma as originally planned
Insurance Risk and BNY Mellon have conducted a survey to look at how insurance companies are preparing for the new regime and the opportunities and challenges that the changes will bring.
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Swap clearing legislation threatens to render OTC market commitments redundant
The phrase ‘the new normal’ is being used increasingly in conversations with banks and regulators to explain behaviour that used to be out of the ordinary, such as Goldman Sachs’ publication of its business committee’s report on how to change...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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