European Commission vice president, Valdis Dombrovskis, said in London today that the EU plans to extend the temporary equivalence for UK CCPs.
AFME, FIA, ISDA and other trade groups have written to the European Commission seeking an extension to equivalence, due to expire in March 2020.
BlackRock, Goldman Sachs, Allianz, JP Morgan and Vanguard are among those raising concerns about CCPs, urging regulators to take action.
Citi’s client cleared swaps margin stood at over $28 billion in the second quarter of the year, representing 27% of the total amount of margin posted for the US swaps market.
Current LCH chief executive, Martin Pluves, is due to step down from the position on 31 July to pursue other opportunities.
BNY said the transaction represents a major new route to market for its securities lending clients without the need to set up direct clearing membership.
Connectivity reflects increased client demand for access to Eurex’s OTC interest rate derivatives clearing services.
The expansion will also change how the service is used, with sponsors now able to let their clients trade with counterparties other than themselves.
Regulators have agreed on measures to provide a “bridge over Brexit” for derivatives trading and clearing in the UK and US.
UK clearing house applies for equivalence with European Securities and Markets Authority.