Regulators’ inconsistency imperilling reforms

Regulators are risking fragmenting the global derivatives market by inconsistently applying G20 reforms, according to a new report from the World Federation of Exchanges and Oliver Wyman.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 03 Apr 2019

Reforms since the financial crisis, led by the G20, have strengthened the international financial regulatory system, the authors argue. 

Taking stock of the central clearing counterparty (CCP) industry and looking ahead to the next five to 10 years, the report emphasises that there have been big increases in over-the-counter ...

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