E.U., U.S. Fx Reg Alignment Tough To Call

It is difficult to predict whether E.U. regulation will be aligned with the U.S. in exempting fx forwards and swaps from the clearing obligation, Rodrigo Buenaventura, head of markets at the European Securities and Markets Authority, told DI.

  • 21 Nov 2012

Rodrigo Buenaventura
Rodrigo
Buenaventura

It is difficult to predict whether E.U. regulation will be aligned with the U.S. in exempting fx forwards and swaps from the clearing obligation, Rodrigo Buenaventura, head of markets at the European Securities and Markets Authority, told DI. The problem is the ...

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