International swaps and derivatives association (isda)
Absence of a standard approach is stifling attempts to value termination clauses, dealers complain
Big banks believe the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation can be a unified global repository for derivatives trade data. But regulators aren’t convinced of the merits of a single repository and competing...
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Key elements of a new industry clearing document would be barred by a US Commodity Futures Trading Commission proposal introduced in response to the project – but the move has revealed rifts at the heart of the agency. Peter Madigan reports
Disputes over the valuation of trades backed by multi-currency credit support annex (CSA) agreements – in other words, those that allow counterparties to post collateral in multiple currencies and assets – have pushed the industry to develop a new...
Inconsistencies in new regulations both across borders and within the regulations themselves are giving rise to concerns of regulatory arbitrage and exploitation of loopholes
A proposal prohibiting an Isda-FIA clearing document highlights rift within CFTC, with Republican appointees claiming they were kept in the dark
Banks have picked the DTCC to build a series of new derivatives repositories, but overlooked rivals CME and Ice vow to fight on
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