As many as 20 buy-side firms could become subject to the derivatives market’s new margining regime next year, in the next phase of its roll-out. Five of the largest hedge funds – BlueCrest Capital Management, Capula Investment Management, Citadel, Millennium Capital Partners and Rokos Capital Management – are expected to be among them.
The five hedge funds – each of which was named by at least two industry sources – are expected to be joined by some large asset managers, such as BlackRock, UBS
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