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Sylvie Matherat will take top regulatory job at Deutsche Bank, filling gap left by departure of Andrew Procter in March; reshuffle in senior markets roles at HSBC; Munari leaves Morgan Stanley; Yarian...
Countries need to change privacy laws in order to fix clash with swap reporting rules – and that will take time, conference hears
Holders of CDSs on Argentine debt claim contracts due to expire before the country's June 30 coupon payment should still be valid if the country later defaults.
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Counterparties will likely select a resolution regime in Isda documentation, but it remains unclear how buy-side firms will be persuaded to give up their termination rights
Securities regulator is refusing to offer guidance on packages that involve a US Treasury leg, say market participants and fellow regulators
In a first wave of equivalence decisions, the EC is set to approve CCP rules in five countries – but the US will not be among them, and critics say Europe is using the regime as a bargaining tool
Lower default fund capital charges could help clearing members offer segregated accounts, which "would be in the interests of regulators", says Eurex executive
Paulhac says CME swap future is not a vehicle for interdealer risk transfer. Others claim some market participants have replaced swap portfolios with the new contracts
Only 30% of inter-repository OTC derivatives and 3% of listed trade reports can be paired, conference is told – a problem stemming from the lack of trade identifiers
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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