Fese: Mifid II must focus on deals in over-the-counter markets
Asia overtook North America as the biggest exchange-traded derivatives market for the first time during the first half of the year. And the exchange derivatives market may continue growing after the Dodd-Frank Act and other regulatory reforms, market...
Three web seminars – in Hong Kong, London and New York – exploring key changes in international OTC derivatives regulation from a regional perspective
With global regulation changes causing market concern and businesses tipped to move to Asia seen by analysts as a beacon of supply and demand growth, this year's Energy Risk Asia conference in Singapore couldn’t have come at a better time
Trade flow likely to move to physical markets due to new derivatives rules, experts say
Elliott Piggott, managing director at technology provider Trayport, speaks to Lianna Brinded about why he sees the over-the-counter derivatives market moving to Asia
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.
Counterparty credit risk in portfolio risk management
South Africa special report
Not so clear
A clear choice
Proposed limits on CCP ownership aimed at reducing conflicts of interest
The over-the-counter energy and commodities market is being pushed to Asia by fears over Western regulatory changes, says managing director of technology provider Trayport
New Nodal Exchange contract to increase options for power traders; anticipates future gas and renewables demand
Electronic trading: A key to achieving CDS reform
Shake up designed to meet clients' needs ahead of implementation of Dodd-Frank reforms
SGX president Muthukrishnan Ramaswami says the new interbank OTC clearing service for SGD and USD interest rate swaps will target Asian banks as a start, and soon global investment banks that trade with Asian counterparties. Asian local currencies non-deliverable...
Corporate hedgers claim a victory, but details on clearing eligibility and thresholds to be tackled by new authority.
Specialist firm would provide complex derivatives valuation and advisory services.
Energy companies say key definitions in recently adopted US financial legislation are too broad or need clarifying, and call for additional 'trader' classification