CFTC discussing margin rules reprieve with other US regulators
Bill: a 2nd clue that the Dec 1st date for the bilateral margin rules may move.
ESMA has today added Athens Exchange Clearing House to its list of authorised CCPs under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR).
Deutsche Börse Group has received regulatory clearance for its futures exchange Eurex to launch a clearing house in Singapore with an eye to go live in 2016.
List of central counterparties (CCPs) established in non-EEA countries which have applied for recognition under Article 25 of Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 July 2012 on OTC derivatives, CCPs and tra
We have heard from our sources that Trayport and EFETNet are planning to offer connectivity between their platforms for REMIT, alongside their standalone offerings.
Once described as the largest but least noticed banking system in the world, Prime Brokerage is the gateway between Fund Managers and the marketplace.
Steven Maijoor makes a comment at a conference in Hong Kong
An analysis was carried out of three relative value DV01 neutral Euro Asset Swap trades, 1) Euribor Strip versus Two Year IRS, 2) Schatz Futures versus Two Year IRS and 3) Bund Futures versus Ten Year IRS comparing the margin clearing the products
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association bolstered its senior staff with new additions and roles in order to respond to the mounting cross-border issues facing the market.
An analysis was carried out over the margin savings between cross currency / cross margining savings - in this analysis between EUR IRS and USD IRS - versus cross product cross margining savings i.e.
Hedge fund seeking to broker long-dated collateral trades
Welcome to 2015. To kick off the New Year in OTC markets news, we are looking at regulations, regulations, and then for a slight change we look at regulations –in Asian markets.
Finadium has released a new research report in our Finadium for Investors series, “Perspectives on Direct Borrowing and Lending”.
2015 is shaping up to be the year of the securities lending CCP; banks, agent lenders and beneficial owners are all now preparing themselves for this important market move.
As the CCP market continues to expand, with clearing houses offering an increasing number of clearable securities and netting efficiencies, there is an increased focus on the fate of OTC derivatives that are as yet unclearable.