The New York Fed's concerns about intra-day credit should be tackled by JP Morgan, BNY Mellon and DTCC, an industry taskforce concludes
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More than half of respondents expect regulators to back down over extraterritoriality application of margin rules
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Congressman Darrell Issa attacks margin rules that threaten to isolate US banks. Foreign regulators say they have no plans to copy the proposals
Market participants believe US letter endorses a narrowing of Emir scope, but a Treasury official says the letter draws attention to gap in regulation
Regulators release risk retention rule; publish a specific loan-to-value ratio for those mortgages that will be exempted
Theo Lubke calls time on 15-year stint with New York Fed to join Goldman Sachs.
US banks will find it easier to comply with Basel III than European counterparts, but capital deductions could pose a problem
Economists warn fiscal belt-tightening in Europe may exacerbate imbalances in the global economy, leading to sluggish growth and excess liquidity in government bonds.
US legislators are pressing for reforms that will lead to a big shake-up in how over-the-counter derivatives are bought and sold. The question is how this will affect the structured notes market. John Ferry reports
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission approves exchange-traded film futures, but the industry and Congress might block the business before trading can begin
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) will hold joint meetings in September to address regulatory overlaps, and streamline regulation of financial instruments.
The US Treasury has published draft legislation detailing its plans to fully regulate over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets and mandate central clearing for all standardised bilaterally negotiated contracts.
Treasury Secretary loses patience as US regulators continue to bicker over supervisory reform
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