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For participants in US interest rate and credit default swap (CDS) markets, the past year has seen arguably the biggest structural change in the history of these products, with new rules forcing the use of central counterparties (CCPs) and new trading platforms. European firms face the same hurdles over the next couple of years, with clearing rules due to take effect in early 2015.
Complying with these changes has been an uphill struggle for even the biggest
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