Members of the FX Joint Standing Committee comment on the recently reviewed Nips code, which includes a new section on electronic trading
Weaknesses exist in the language of new rules meant to prevent use of insider information and other forms of market abuse in the wholesale energy sector
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Statement is beginning of "a series of recommendations" from BlackRock on ETF market, says iShares head of sales
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Banks have picked the DTCC to build a series of new derivatives repositories, but overlooked rivals CME and Ice vow to fight on
A move to boost the electricity market’s transparency through additional data reporting has drawn criticism and raised questions about the FERC’s focus. Pauline McCallion reports
Some dealers are worried the proposed rules for swap execution facilities will drive a wedge between dealer and client, fundamentally changing the relationship in ways that might not be to the benefit of end-users, as well as the banks. By Peter Madigan...
A plethora of methodologies for reporting market risk in annual reports makes transparency impossible, says Sanjay Sharma at Risk Europe in Brussels
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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