CRMPG III focuses on counterparty credit risk

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The Counterparty Risk Management Policy Group (CRMPG) has announced ambitious new proposals that could see broker-dealers penalise counterparties for taking large positions in illiquid markets and devote extensive resources to better monitor concentrated risk exposures.

In its third report, entitled Containing systemic risk: the road to reform, the working group of broker-dealers, private equity companies, hedge funds and law firms issued a private-sector response to lessons learnt during the

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