One bank claims to have stopped work on its CDS client clearing service in the US over SEC capital rules - and others share those concerns
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Stockholm-based TriOptima has designed a way to transfer unclearable risk into a central counterparty. All the company has to do now is convince the world’s regulators to change their rules. By Michael Watt
Boston-based State Street traces its history to 1792, less than a decade after the conclusion of the American Revolution. Today, the bank is hoping to profit by clinging to the coat-tails of another revolution: the overhaul of the over-the-counter derivatives...
Over-the-counter derivatives have been a popular way for many buy-side firms to take or hedge risk for more than two decades, but they may be about to lose their appeal. Regulatory reform will impose new capital and liquidity constraints on banks, which...
Many in the industry suspect there will eventually be consolidation in the over-the-counter clearing space, but few predicted that trend would begin before mandatory clearing regulations even came into effect. If LCH.Clearnet’s acquisition of International...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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