EC calls for greater standardisation of over-the-counter derivatives


The European Commission (EC) has served notice of its intention to push standardised over-the-counter derivatives on to regulated exchanges, in a move that could prove unpopular with dealers.

In a July 3 report, Ensuring efficient, safe and sound derivatives markets, the EC highlighted continuing actions taken as a result of the financial crisis to improve the stability of the derivatives market, and called for a number of new initiatives. "Derivatives markets play an important role in the

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