Regulators and supervisors head to Liberty Street for eighth OTC derivatives gathering
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New kid on the bloc
Theo Lubke calls time on 15-year stint with New York Fed to join Goldman Sachs.
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Finma official hits back at industry criticisms of counterparty risk charge, but concedes political pressure to hurt OTC market is undeniable
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Fese: Mifid II must focus on deals in over-the-counter markets
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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.
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