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The Regulation of the wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT) came into force in December 2011, twenty days after the “Level 1” text was passed by the European Parliament. However the two deadlines for the reporting part of REMIT have not yet passed. Here we examine how to prepare for these deadlines, which fall on the 7th October 2015 and 7th April 2016. But first let us briefly examine the background to REMIT and what it is all about.
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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published four reports focused on how the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) framework has been functioning and providing input and recommendations to the European Commission’
We spend a lot of time analyzing IRS clearing activity for CME and LCH, primarily because it is close to home and about as much of a fist fight as we are going to see in swaps. But what about…
As of today, The OTC Space 'Knowledge' section has been updated. Items are now listed in alphabetical order, making them easier to find, and new items have been added. This section provides a useful go-to when needing to clarify terms, phrases or names contained in articles, and can also be used to broaden knowledge of the OTC markets by browsing terms. Most of the terms in the Knowledge section are short descriptions, but some of them have lengthy background articles including Primers by John Kiff at the IMF.
An excellent post from the Bank of England 'Underground' blog on the reliability of internal models for calculating capital.
A pragmatic approach for banks facing Basel III, the Dodd-Frank Act, the European Market Infrastructure Regulation and other new regulatory frameworks
Kite Consulting Group are working with our friends at FIA/FFK in launching an exclusive event in September- providing a great night of entertainment and benefiting the very real needs of the charities supported by Futures For Kids.
A long sought after goal is now becoming a reality, clearing Cross-Currency Swaps
Blog posts on LinkedIn Pulse by myself from May to August with useful infographics that assist with understanding collaterial efficiency, synthetic euro asset swaps, cross margining, client asset protection, and more.
Cross Margining at Eurex Clearing is provided by Eurex Clearing's innovative Prisma (Portfolio RISk MAnagement) portfolio margining risk management system which calculates Risk and Margin on a portfolio basis segmented by pre defined Liquidation Groups each comprising of closely correlated products within each group.
The application of the leverage ratio to client clearing is based on “ridiculous logic”, according to this prudential regulator, whose identity Risk has agreed to withhold. But it is not too late to fix the problem, the regulator says, and there are three ways to do so