Treasury & Capital Markets
Swap execution facilities divide OTC derivatives market, Asia still bystander
US and European regulations that aim to make over-the-counter derivatives market safer have fragmented liquidity and drive up cost for end users, industry associations report. Meanwhile, Asia is concerned about the regulation’s timing. According to a report by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) published January 21, trading between US persons and non-US persons have declined significantly since swap execution facilities (SEFs) began operating in October of last year
Christoph Kober 11 Feb 2014
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