International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda)
Asian banks likely to opt for harmonised OTC clearing approach with the US and expect higher hedging costs for corporates
Rules and regulations
The European Commission has produced a consultation paper that suggests a basis for banning certain investments, with structured products making their usual appearance in the limelight
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The World Federation of Exchanges has urged US Treasury secretary Tim Geithner to keep forex derivatives under Dodd-Frank to block banks from using the exception for interest rate derivatives transa...
First California Carbon Allowance forward underlines US interest in trading, contract standards to evolve as activity increases
Several Asian nations could compel their banks to clear swaps in-country - others seek to join foreign CCPs on special terms
Five largest US-based dealers hold 37% of total notional, trade association says
Current levels of pre-trade price transparency in interest rate swaps (IRS) are acceptable, according to an end-user survey conducted by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association.
Expert paper calls on HMT to ensure EU legislation on clearing and reporting doesn't damage London's dominance or inhibit market activity in particular asset classes.
Lianna Brinded sends us a special report from Hong Kong and Singapore, after speaking to several leaders from the energy and commodities market about risk management
Keith Noyes, Asia-Pacific regional director at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda), speaks to Lianna Brinded about regulatory changes and the impact they will have on the ener...
Forcing energy and commodities contracts into central counterparty (CCP) clearing is “potentially dangerous”, says Isda's Noyes
All 209 Isda primary members could qualify as swap dealers under the Dodd-Frank Act, says CFTC chairman.
Revised rules replace laborious consent-then-confirm novation process
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