Brazil To Require Registration For Foreign Loan Derivatives

Banco Central do Brasil has announced a rule requiring financial institutions that operate within the country to register derivatives.

  • 12 Nov 2009
Banco Central do Brasil has announced a rule requiring financial institutions that operate within the country to register derivatives. The rule, which goes into effect in 45 days, would affect options, term contracts, futures and swaps contracts “linked to costs of debt originally contracted in loan operations between ...

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