Isda AGM: Asia clearing houses to dominate, says survey

Many derivatives users in Asia expect to clear through local CCPs, creating the potential for liquidity fragmentation and higher costs


Nearly half of the over-the-counter derivatives participants in Asia-Pacific expect to clear through local clearing houses, according to a new survey from Celent – creating the prospect of liquidity fragmentation, the splitting of netting sets and higher costs.

Forty-six per cent of respondents to the survey said they would likely clear through local central counterparties (CCPs), compared with 38% who said they expect to use global clearing houses. Only 8% said they would use both. The Celent

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