Regulators Urged To Cooperate On Cross-Border Swaps

28 Jan 2013

The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation has called on regulators in the U.S. and Europe to work together to resolve differences in their respective regulatory regimes for cross-border swaps “to avoid fragmentation” of the market.

The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation has called on regulators in the U.S. and Europe to work together to resolve differences in their respective regulatory regimes for cross-border swaps “to avoid fragmentation” of the market. The research group recommended, among other things, “dual registration” for clearinghouses handling swaps ...

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