Transparency study to be requested as part of March 1 derivatives industry commitments

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A working group of dealers and buy-side firms are to undertake a detailed study of pre- and post-trade transparency in over-the-counter derivatives as part of a set of commitments to be delivered to regulators on March 1.

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York hosted a meeting of 44 market participants, supervisors and industry associations on January 14, at which transparency issues were discussed alongside a broader review of the progress of central clearing and regulatory reporting.

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