The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), which was adopted into EU law in 2012 as a new piece of legislation governing OTC derivative trading and transparency across the bloc, is set for a series of updates by the end of 2017.
Australia’s OTC derivative reforms provide a framework for the regulation of OTC derivatives reporting, central clearing and trade execution and affect almost all participants in the financial services sector who...Continue Reading
This article was originally published in Bloomberg Brief's inaugural Financial Regulation Asia-Pacific Region Special on Aug. 1, 2014. GreySpark’s Shekar Says Rising Bilateral Trade Costs to Impact Australian OTC Market...Continue Reading
As OTC derivatives regulation moves into the realm of ‘business as usual’ for many trading counterparts in the US and EU, Australia has only taken tentative steps forward in transforming...Continue Reading
New capital markets regulations in Australia, the EU, US and in some Asian countries mandate reforms to the trading of OTC derivatives and the structure of markets for the products....Continue Reading
The EU and US recently rolled out two historic capital markets regulations, both of which are intended to increase transparency in the global OTC derivatives market following the financial crisis....Continue Reading