Initial margin collected by phase one firms for their non-cleared derivatives totalled $173.2 billion, an increase of 10% compared to year-end 2018.
ISDA and 20 other trade associations have written to regulators to delay the execution of initial margin requirements due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Reporting of derivatives transactions under EMIR has proved problematic for firms and regulators, as trade groups call for a standardised approach.
The final phase would have enforced thousands of asset managers, hedge funds and insurers from September 2020.
New tool will assist developers in implementing ISDA common domain model in solutions for trading and managing derivatives.
Regulatory bodies issue guidance on initial margin rules as industry continues to call for further amendments
Industry bodies including SIFMA, ISDA, ABA and GFMA criticise final initial margin thresholds, recommending raise to EUR/USD 100 billion.
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.
Richard Metcalfe joins WFE as head of regulatory affairs, replacing Gavin Hill who will join the compliance team at the London Metal Exchange.