Number of OTC derivatives dealers could double after US reforms

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The number of dealers in over-the-counter derivatives could double as a result of legislative and regulatory changes proposed in the US, says an analyst, who has written a new report on the coming changes.

At the moment, there are 15 major dealers in OTC derivatives, according to Kevin McPartland, a senior analyst at the TABB Group and author of a new study, OTC Derivatives U.S. Regulatory Update. He believes the number of major dealers could expand to as many as 30 over the next two to five

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