SGX consults on derivatives clearing reform

The Singapore Exchange has proposed amendments to limit the liabilities of its members on exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives

SGX Centre 2
SGX Centre Two, home to the Singapore Exchange

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has released a consultation paper on proposed amendments to the Singapore Exchange Derivatives Clearing (SGX-DC) rules to limit the liability of members of its derivatives clearing service in the event other members default on their trades.

The bourse launched its clearing platform for over-the-counter financial derivatives last year following global regulatory reforms that called for the centralised clearing of OTC trades and the establishment of new standards for

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