OTC Derivatives Clearing Summit Europe: Lack of dealer involvement may hamper OTF move

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A future requirement for some derivatives in Europe to trade on organised trading facilities (OTFs) may be impeded by a lack of resources and an absence of dealer involvement in infrastructure development, panellists at the OTC Derivatives Clearing Summit Europe said yesterday.

A requirement for standardised over-the-counter derivatives to trade on electronic trading platforms – known as OTFs in European parlance – doesn't exist in the European Market Infrastructure Regulation, but rulings on

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