Negotiations on CCP recovery and resolution could provide a route to postpone Mifid rule
Finance ministry will face fine timing to reverse clearing rule during its EU presidency
In partnership with Risk.net, specialists from AcadiaSoft, Linklaters, and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association weighed in on the digitisation of derivatives documentation for a virtual roundtable discussion. Recent innovations, aimed at…
With margins under pressure, investment firms are looking to accelerate automation push
European Union legislator takes aim at CCP open-access provision in further threat to UK clearing
Chicago Fed researchers point to problems around issue of concentration margin
This paper stuides a relevant policy question: does interoperability of cash equity CCPs also imply that it is beneficial to introduce interoperability for derivative CCPs?
The authors investigate interoperability from the perspective of the multilateral netting property of central clearing.
Eurex and EuroCCP chief executives clash over merits of interoperability
Sponsored video Q&A: DTCC
Proposal for CCPs to act as clearing members for each other receives backing of Thai regulator
To the rescue
Diana Chan, chief executive of EuroCCP, talks to Jessica Meek on interoperability in cash equities and OTC derivatives
EuroCCP's Diana Chan talks to Jessica Meek on the issues facing the clearing industry
All four Bats Europe and UBS MTF central counterparties now allow interoperability
Banks such as Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse have chosen EuroCCP to clear their trades under new system of interoperability
Interoperability has launched in cash equities with a system that is good, but not perfect
Regulatory demands for the derivatives industry to improve operational efficiency have become increasingly stringent in the past year. To meet the targets, dealers say interoperability between technology platforms is vital. But in the competitive vendor…
London — Today the Group of 30 proposed a series of 20 major reforms for the clearing and settlement infrastructure of the global capital markets.
A vice president of IT at Paine Webber predicts it won’t be enough to automate processes-they must be carefully coordinated.