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". ...
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...
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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.
Consultant offers hedge funds integrated risk management software to meet regulatory challenges
US banking supervisors will complete stress tests early this month to determine if the country's largest banks need to hold more capital to withstand a worsening in economic conditions. But industry practitioners raise concerns about the effectiveness...
Derivatives practitioners have known for some time a regulatory backlash is coming. There have already been a few dictums, including calls to improve the infrastructure of the derivatives market, while moves are afoot to push a chunk of the credit derivatives...
US banks look for a way out of Tarp as they realise its consequences
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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