Active funds list causes furore

Listed firms complain about breach of confidentiality – others say they are victim of human error – after Risk publishes list of fund managers that face March 11 clearing deadline


The publication of a list of active funds by Risk caused a furore last month after some of the named institutions complained the information was supposed to be confidential, and others realised they had incorrectly classified themselves via an industry portal run jointly by Markit and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association. Active funds are one of three classes of over-the-counter derivatives user that will be caught when mandatory clearing for over-the-counter swaps starts in the

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