Deutsches Risk survey 2014: Regulatory costs drive market dynamics

Two-thirds of respondents say clearing will increase the cost of derivatives trades by up to 5%


More than one-fifth of respondents to the Deutsches Risk 2014 survey, which include banks, asset managers, hedge funds, insurance companies and non-financial corporates, say that the incoming rules will change the way they operate, while nearly two thirds state that clearing will increase their cost of doing derivatives trades by up to 5%.

Of the respondents that say they are changing the way they operate, 34% say they will rely more on traditional futures products. While they may not be as

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