Trade repository proliferation in Asia raises interoperability fears

A tangled web

The tangled web of trade repositories

Derivatives dealers based in certain Asia markets may have hoped they would be spared the international regulatory requirement to report over-the-counter derivatives trade details on repositories by the end of 2012 – a deadline imposed by the G-20. But the future cost of running derivatives business will likely be no less onerous in the Asia-Pacific region – indeed, perhaps the reverse. Non-G-20 members, including Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, are moving to set up trade repositories. But the

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