ISDA AGM: BlackRock’s Kim Outlines Regulatory Drawbacks For Buyside

Regulatory proposals covering over-the-counter derivatives will bring significant costs to end users, while rules surrounding reporting requirements and collateral remain unclear and need further clarification, according to Joel Kim, head of fixed income, Asia Pacific, at BlackRock.

  • 24 Apr 2013

Regulatory proposals covering over-the-counter derivatives will bring significant costs to end users, while rules surrounding reporting requirements and collateral remain unclear and need further clarification, according to Joel Kim, head of fixed income, Asia Pacific, at BlackRock.

“From a buyside perspective, such as things like reporting requirements, yes ...

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