Swedish regulator investigates clearing safeguards after Nasdaq

Nasdaq PA
By Costas Mourselas
09 Jan 2019

Swedish markets regulator Finansinspektionen (FI) on Wednesday called for lawmaker-backed resolution plans for clearing houses, in the wake of a default at Nasdaq clearing last September.

FI on Wednesday said that it was still analysing the default of Einar Aas, a trader who took a bad bet on Nordic power markets. The event cost the CCP €7m of its own junior capital and €107m of ...

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