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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.
The multitrillion-dollar market for credit default swaps came under withering criticism during the 2007-10 financial crisis, and Warren Buffett famously deemed them “financial weapons of mass destruction.” But the CDS market may be improving transparency in the stock and bond markets, and more CDSs may lead to healthier and more robust markets.
The Consolidate Audit Trail is one of those unique initiatives that the capital markets community agrees is important. The details, however, are reason for concern. Who will pay for the CAT and how remains the No. 1 question. But implementation timelines, data challenges, and how to incorporate options market data all remain critical challenges.
There’s plenty of demand for block liquidity. The problem is supply. Reg ATS, which was intended to broaden market transparency, instead eviscerated it, in the process leaving price discovery behind. And without price discovery, there’s no economic incentive for liquidity suppliers.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority has continued its relentless pressure on asset managers to come clean about the hidden fees and charges in dealing commissions.
The complexity of our market structure and underlying technologies surpasses our current ability to monitor, analyze and reconstruct market events. If the US wants to maintain its predominate position as a global finance center, the SEC and the SROs need the ability to proactively review and analyze events that occur within the markets as whole.
Intensifying regulatory demands are forcing financial institutions to streamline application portfolios, standardize and normalize data more effectively, and ensure the rapid integration and sharing of data across systems. But many banks simply do not have the systems or control of data they need to make complex analytics an integral part of workflow.
All of the world’s swap regulators recognize that reporting is a mess. And while the SEC’s final rule on Swap Data Repositories does not mandate SDRs monitor reporting data quality, there are signs that such monitoring may be in the offing. But don’t bet on the SEC getting the rules right.
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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