Standardisation ‘a must’ for uncleared swaps

Isda AGM: Standard products and contracts key to product's future, say trading execs

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With the bilateral margin regime beginning in September, the key to the future of the uncleared derivatives market is the standardisation of swap products and terms, according to trading executives.

A new initial and variation margin regime for uncleared trades will be phased in from September 2016, requiring counterparties to update their credit support annexes to comply with the new requirements. In an interview with Risk.net yesterday, International Swaps and Derivatives Association chair

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