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Our archives on OTC Derivatives
Deregulation of China’s derivatives market gives rise to myriad of opportunities
Date: Sep 10, 2012As China’s derivatives market undergoes deregulation, regulators are expected to keep a close watch on the market to prevent speculative trading that has resulted in major losses in the past.
Author: Levina Lim
Categories: China, Exchanges, Markets & Exchanges, Trading & Data
Keywords: OTC Derivatives, CBRC, HFT, QFII, Shanghai Futures Exchange, ETD, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, CITIC Securities
Derivatives regulations may marginalise Asian banks
Date: May 21, 2012Satyajit Das, derivatives expert and the author of Extreme Money: The Masters of the Universe and the Cult of Risk, feels that CCPs may not offer a complete solution in terms of regulating OTC derivative markets.
Author: Satyajit Das
Categories: Asset Management, Trustees and Custodians, Markets & Exchanges, Regulation, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: CCP, OTC Derivatives, FSA UK, ISDA
Collateral requirements hitting insurers and pension funds for OTC derivatives
Date: Dec 08, 2011BNY Mellon is hoping to leverage a broad service platform with multiple services as the industry becomes more complex and collateral requirements more onerous.
Author: Peter Hoflich
Categories: Asset Management, Trustees and Custodians, Markets & Exchanges, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: BNY Mellon, Jonathan Bowler, OTC Derivatives, Collateral Requirements, Custodian Bank, EMEA, APAC, Dodd Frank, CCP, G7