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In advance of a longer piece, here's the links to presentations by the various CCPs on how their EMIR segregation models work:
Analysis from Finadium over at their SFM blog: Deliverable Swap Futures: are they living up to the hope and the hype
I keep seeing news stories on firms applying to be a SEF, here's the one's I've seen, send in any others and I'll add them.
You can tell the heat has gone on too long in the UK.... I'm looking forward to part 2. Deus Ex Macchiato » A summer daydream, part 1.
The latest chapter in the story of swap-futures is detailed in a Risk article potential tax issues fo
One of the challenges facing traders in the future OTC ecosystem is the greatly increased indirect costs of each trade. Markit have added to their front office "IRM" tool the ability to analyse a trade in terms of:
I was interviewed last week by TABB TV about Sapient's Cost of Clearing study.
It's probably by far the best presentation on trade reporting I have come across, at least until today.
Brilliant info-graphic on the engagement between many parties and the regulators over the last three years on the DFA.
My latest piece in FTSE Global Markets: Asset protection isn’t as simple as it seems - FTSE Global Markets
A new service from Thomas Murray aims to give firms choosing a CCP an insight into the underlying risks of the CCP itself, part of your due diligence process to justify whatever choice you make:
With the help of Will Woodward at Aite Group the CCP chart is now updated from the
From Philip Stafford at the FT: Ian Axe to step down as CEO of LCH.Clearnet.
Here's the score sheet for TRs in Europe so far, in addition to the ITR below.
I went looking for the source of this story on the FT below, as Philip doesn't really explain anything clearly and most of the article is background.