CCP resolution guidelines ‘a missed opportunity’

CPMI-Iosco and FSB guidance should be more proscriptive, says industry

Simon Puleston Jones, FIA Europe

Newly issued international guidance on recovery and resolution regimes for central counterparties (CCPs) does not set out a clear enough path for national regulators, senior industry participants have argued, raising fears that the rules may be implemented inconsistently in different jurisdictions.

Published on October 15, the two papers – one from the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (CPMI-Iosco) on recovery measures

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