EU ‘unlikely’ to force swaps relocation – ex-MEP Swinburne

Multinational corporates would resist clearing move if CCP equivalence is lost, says former lawmaker

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Influential former lawmaker Kay Swinburne predicts that the European Union will not force the continent’s corporates to face EU-regulated clearing houses, because it would disadvantage them in respect to netting positions.

At the end of 2020, the European Commission granted UK central counterparties (CCPs) an 18-month extension to equivalence – temporarily recognising UK oversight as equal to EU supervisory standards. But the deal runs out in June 2022, with the prospect that EU-based

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