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In a speech to the DerivOps North America 2015 conference, Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Timothy Massad spoke about the future of swaps market regulation.
The prognosis for financial regulation in the US appears very poor at the moment. Here are four important questions about structural reform that need to be answered to get regulation back on track.
Market conditions and regulatory complexity have combined to make efficient management of collateral a critical component in a wider process of controlling trading and funding costs across the industry.
One of the competitive forces that can help today’s equity markets is liquidity itself. Can liquidity serve as the basis for effectively centralizing the fragmented market, and what is needed for fair and orderly interaction of all flow, regardless of source?
Bloomberg are #1 for SEF liquidity in Q1 2015 whilst Tradeweb saw the highest overall volumes. We saw record USD Swap volumes reported to the SDRs in March 2015, with our review highlighting increasing compression activity.
With mandatory clearing approaching, a global collateral shortfall ranging anywhere from $500 billion to as much as $8 trillion is widely anticipated. And since CCPs are competitive entities, there is a fear that they will lower their collateral standards in order to facilitate client clearing and win new business.
Regional implementation of mandatory clearing and swaps trading reforms means differences in regulatory regimes could make all the difference in the race for alpha.
Compression List Trading volumes have continued on their upward trend this year...
The advent of Swap Execution Facilities and Swap Data Repositories means that it is now possible to implement effective trade surveillance in the OTC swaps market.
Regulatory equivalence means that European banks clearing their trades via CCPs in equivalent jurisdictions can do so without the need for added compliance burdens. But ESMA has not yet judged the US standards to be equivalent to its own. As a result, the cost of clearing at US institutions for European banks could be cripplingly expensive.
A central resource for timely information on reform of the OTC derivatives market, DerivAlert offers fresh news, commentary, and research to better inform market participants on the events shaping the market's future.
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