European Securities And Markets Authority (Esma)
LCH.Clearnet and Eurex will not accept own-name covered bonds as collateral, despite green light from Esma
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UBS lists 64 exchange-traded funds on the London Stock Exchange in a single day – the largest ever daily listing of these products in the UK
Securitisation would be "a lot less viable" if SPVs do not qualify for clearing exemption, says Isda
A UK Financial Services Authority factsheet warns of risks relating to collateral and third-party involvement in exchange-traded products
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Regulator Q&A: Steven Maijoor
Research institute Edhec-Risk's annual European exchange-traded funds survey has found that European investors think physical replication is less risky than synthetic exposure
Patrick Pearson, head of the European Commission unit that drafted Emir, says forex swaps and forwards must be exempt from clearing under Esma standards
Corporate treasurers call for a broad clearing exemption within European rules – and say they might stop using derivatives without it
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