EC lays out plan to control euro clearing

The European Commission made a play to snatch euro clearing business for the eurozone this week, proposing new powers to force the relocation of what it terms systemically important third-country clearing houses that clear euro denominated derivatives. Costas Mourselas reports.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 15 Jun 2017

The proposal amends the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), which legislates for the mandatory collection of initial and variation margin for various over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, both in and out of central counterparties (CCPs).

While the proposal was not as aggressive as some had feared, market participants have raised ...

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