BoE, trade bodies pressure EU for derivatives deal

The Bank of England, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association and a number of other industry trade bodies from across Europe have piled pressure on the European Union to deal with the risks of a disorderly Brexit for derivatives contracts.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 09 Oct 2018

The BoE and trade bodies add to a chorus of clearers that have spoken to GlobalCapital about the dangers of failing to recognise UK clearing houses as equivalent after Brexit in March 2019.

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