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ISDA CEO Scott O’Malia Guest Remarks at Exchequer Club Luncheon in Washington, DC

Exchequer Club Luncheon

Mayflower Hotel, Palm Court Ballroom, Washington, DC

January 16, 2019

Scott O’Malia, CEO, ISDA

 

Thank you for that kind introduction.

Good afternoon – it’s a real privilege to be here today and to share ISDA’s perspective on financial policy developments and future challenges.

Bloomberg gets green light for Dutch MTF

Tradeweb gains approval for Amsterdam Brexit base

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Hermes implements Brexit mitigation plan with new Irish entity

Hermes Investment Management has announced the formation of a new Irish management firm in order to ‘mitigate Brexit ri

Euro Clearing Post-Brexit – Your Questions Answered!

In a DerivSource webinar held in Nov 2018 with Eurex Clearing, a panel explored how this CCP clearing environment in Europe may evolve post-Brexit and the challenges various different relocation scenarios may pose from an operational, regulatory and legal perspective. In this feature, Matthias Graulich, Chief Strategy Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Eurex Clearing, addresses some of the audience questions relating to the changes to organizational and technical procedures, possible costs and opportunities through change.

Brexit update: ACER REMIT letter and more

After a seasonal break, the politics around Brexit have come back to full speed (for example see here on the BBC web site).  In the meantime, more developments are becoming apparent in terms of the rules covered on this blog: Yesterday, ACER issued this open letter, which highlights some of the issues that may occur … Continue reading

GB Capacity Market developments

Last November, the GB Capacity Market was suspended, following a ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that the design broke the state aid rules of the European Union (see here). Since the suspension, the UK’s department for Business, Energy and Industry Strategy (BEIS) has announced that  existing payments will be honoured for now, … Continue reading

What could 2019 have in store for us?

As the working year of 2019 opens, it is worth taking a few moments to consider what will keep us busy in the regulatory world of energy and commodity trading over the coming months. As usual on this blog, we will focus on Europe, with an eye on the rest of the world. The era … Continue reading

Predictions for 2019: Brexit and geopolitics

Alasdair Haynes, founder and CEO, Aquis Exchange

2018 draws to a close

As 2018 draws to a close, it is worth briefly reflecting where we stand in the world of regulation, as applied to energy and commodity trading: We opened the year with this post, very shortly before MiFID II came into application, on 3rd January. The start of MiFID II was a busy time for many … Continue reading

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