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Republican commissioner Michael Piwowar of the Securities and Exchange Commission has called for greater cohesion among international regulators as the top US securities regulator prepares to unveil final swaps rules.
Nidhi Shandilya, senior research strategist for the State Street Centre for Applied Research, explains key buy-side regulatory concerns and why traditional performance metrics are outdated.
A February address by Securities and Exchange Commission chair Mary Jo White, in which she threw her support behind a pilot to increase tick sizes for illiquid stocks, has changed the financial industry’s estimates on the possibility such a programme will come to fruition.
Greater collaboration with the buy-side will help regulators tweak post-crisis derivatives reforms to trading, clearing and reporting OTC derivatives, explains Walt Lukken, president and CEO of the Futures Industry Association.
Gary Stone, chief strategy officer, Bloomberg Tradebook, explains new ways to use exchange-traded products to source greater liquidity.