Following on from our Week 4 Update, we have now published figures for Week 5. A few noteworthy changes:
Clarus Financial Technology today announced the release of its CHARM product, for pre-execution or pre-clearing acceptance checks of Interest Rate Derivative trades.
It is clear CFTC does not yet have meaningful systemic risk information from the end of day / historic SDR reporting which has been live for several months. As well as tackling a very large big data project which is unfunded, CFTC needs to change the reporting rules so that reporting obligations are better split across various service providers to drive much more efficient data collection, transformation and aggregation.
Keeping track of your career, and where you're going professionally is something that needs an objective point of view. Whilst training programmes can deliver specific skills - how do you plan a long term path for the next five or ten years?
It was announced today that a temporary network of bilateral liquidity swap lines between six central banks will be made into a standing arrangement "until further notice".
I came across an interesting post with the chart below setting out one view of the primary times the three browsing platforms are used. The point seems to be that:
Risk.net conducted a poll of clearing members, a big majority of whom think CCP membership will become uneconomical under newest proposed risk-based and leverage ratio capitalization of CCP related portfolios.
Four calendar weeks are in the books. A common trend is emerging.
Moscow Exchange opened its new Standardised OTC Derivatives Market on 28th October.
I am sure you can all agree that these past few years have been a constant challenge for all, as balances and boundaries are constantly redefined, the world is trying to find its new equilibrium and all of us strive to find our way into the futur
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Collateral Optimization: Beyond Cheapest to Deliver and the Big Red Button
TEDxWallStreet is radically different from a typical commercial, finance-related event.
ESMA rules deem that once one CCP is authorized to clear a given product, non-exempt participants have to clear every trade executed after that date - even if the clearing mandate for new trades is not live yet.
4sight and Intedelta would like to invite you to a webinar on how financial firms can optimize trading decisions based on:
The process for reviewing an EMIR re-authorisation application involves:
The Top Stories in Collateral Management this week:
CACEIS Launches Buy-Side Collateral Tool
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