Consultation on alternative to much-criticised current exposure method could start in June
Hedges will attract capital instead of providing capital relief, argues Citi exec
Bank has not decided whether to sell its book to other dealers
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Australian domestic clearing house hoping to use lower margin costs as a means to win market share
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