Users of OTC derivatives are not prepared for regulatory onslaught

The raft of new regulations on OTC derivatives will be problematic for buy-side firms, says new report

risk management

Regulatory requirements expected in the US and Europe will be difficult for buy-side companies to implement. Counterparty credit risk and collateral management for OTC derivatives will be challenging.

The analysis* by BNY Mellon shows what the buy-side needs to do now as well as when expected industry regulatory changes are made. The study focused on the standardisation of over the counter (OTC) derivatives and a migration to central clearing.

Until now industry best practice in this area has

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