EU states hit bumps on CCP recovery and resolution

European finance ministers are unlikely to reach a deal on clearing house (CCP) resolution when they meet on December 5, despite commitment from Estonia — which chairs the debate — to close an agreement by year's end.

  • By Jean Comte
  • 15 Nov 2017

Technical work on the file, which the European Commission unveiled a year ago, is quite advanced. According to a document drafted by Estonia, and obtained by GlobalCapital, member states have already reached agreement on more than 30 articles.

But several points remain unresolved. According to documents seen ...

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