Mitigating op risks for CCPs post-crisis

To the rescue

Diana Chan at EuroCCP

The deputy governor of the Bank of England, Paul Tucker, described central counterparties (CCPs) as "system risk managers" in a speech in London last year. Since the onset of the financial crisis, regulators have been looking long and hard at the financial system to see where and how changes need to be implemented to prevent another crisis. One conclusion has been that central clearing on a wider scale could well have prevented the disastrous consequences of the collapse of Lehman Brothers. CCPs

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