Global regulations have seen OTC derivatives come into scope for best execution and various other regulatory requirements.
Regulators have agreed on measures to provide a “bridge over Brexit” for derivatives trading and clearing in the UK and US.
Initial margin could surge by up to 94% for some derivatives portfolios during periods of high volatility, research from OpenGamma finds.
Industry body has produced a roadmap aimed at guiding asset managers through the transition from Libor to Sonia.
Citi was the first US bank to offer client swap clearing through Eurex, and eight funds have joined Citi to use the service.
Capitolis launched its novation platform last year in partnership with major firms including Citi, HSBC, Brevan Howard and BlueCrest.
The global markets business at BNP Paribas suffered a loss in the fourth quarter following a botched derivatives trade.
The Japan Securities Clearing Corporation granted Barclays clearing authorisation in November as it looks to expand its clearing business and presence in Asia.
DTCC Deriv/SERV chief executive, Chris Childs, tells The TRADE about the role DTCC’s TIW played at the time of the financial crisis, and the progress made so far in establishing a global reporting framework for OTC derivatives.
CurveGlobal set several new records on the platform in January, following a 350% increase in volumes since MiFID II was introduced.