US regulators will require originators and sponsors of securitisations to retain 5% of securitised exposures and increase transparency of transactions, according to a leaked draft of a US Treasury report...
The US Treasury has called on Congress to amend the Commodities Exchange Act (CEA) to compel the "clearing of all standardised over-the-counter derivatives through regulated central counterparties". ...
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The US Treasury called on Congress on May 12 to amend the Commodities Exchange Act (CEA) to compel clearing of all standardised over-the-counter derivatives through regulated central counterparties (CCPs). In a letter to Senate majority leader Harry...
The US Treasury has announced plans to regulate the over-the-counter derivatives market. The proposal, which was made public on May 13, would place new obligations on providers to publicly disclose information to the regulator about their positions and...
The US government's bank stress tests appear to have been successful in stabilising financial markets, but some market observers believe they are obscuring broader systemic problems and could hamper efforts to deal with toxic assets.
Ten US banks collectively require an additional $74.6 billion in additional capital to insulate against possible losses over the next two years, the results of US government stress tests show.
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