Risk 25 firms of the future: Central counterparties

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Clearing houses are the bit-part actors that find themselves thrust into a leading role – a result of the Group of 20 (G-20) nations pledge to overhaul over-the-counter derivatives markets and untangle the web of bilateral exposures that exists today. If central counterparties (CCPs) fluff their lines, the G-20 agenda may ultimately be judged a failure.

There is an obvious pitfall – while creating new hubs for bilateral risk may remove the opaque interdependencies that have been part of the OTC

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