Risk 25 firms of the future: Sefs/OTFs


It sometimes feels like everyone wants to be a swap execution facility (Sef). The problem is that no one knows for sure what the precise requirements will be. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission published its proposals in January 2011 but, at the time of press, final rules had not been agreed. A similar situation exists in Europe, where regulators have yet to confirm their rules on organised trading facilities (OTFs). This puts would-be Sefs and OTFs in a difficult situation – firms need to

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