Swap execution facility
Rules allowing Sefs to make available-to-trade determinations continue to cause concern, but some think an aggressive approach is justified
Some Sefs are not offering equal terms to all market participants, CFTC chairman tells industry conference
Swap execution facilities started life on October 2 and they have already created separate pools of liquidity in the Asian market. How have Asian firms reacted to the new reality?
Insurance Risk and BNY Mellon have conducted a survey to look at how insurance companies are preparing for the new regime and the opportunities and challenges that the changes will bring.
More Swap execution facility articles
The countdown to mandatory trading on swap execution facilities started last month when Javelin Capital Markets became the first Sef to file a product list with US regulators. Its chief executive, Jamie Cawley, tells Peter Madigan why market participants...
Sef rules are leading to regulatory arbitrage according to Asia industry players
Sefs agree a lack of clarity on reporting requirements has created an inconsistent and fragmented view of trading activity
Asset manager returns to phone trading after electronic execution in foreign exchange contracts is forced onto Sefs
A string of no-action relief letters issued ahead of today's deadline have been welcomed, but some participants believe they still don't go far enough
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