Ex-regulators back PTFs’ call to reform Treasuries clearing

G30 proposal comes just weeks after PTFs requested improvements to Ficc sponsored clearing


An influential think-tank of policymakers and market practitioners has called on US regulators to make it easier for principal trading firms (PTFs) to clear US Treasuries at the Fixed Income Clearing Corporation (Ficc). The proposal is one of several recommendations made by the Group of 30 for improving the resilience of the US Treasury market at a time of increasing government bond issuance.

The G30 report, produced by a working group chaired by former Treasury secretary Timothy Geithner

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