Canada Mulls CCP For OTC

The Bank of Canada is “actively exploring the possibility” of establishing a domestic central counterparty to clear over-the-counter derivatives, according to Timothy Lane, deputy governor of the central bank.

  • 20 Sep 2011

The Bank of Canada is “actively exploring the possibility” of establishing a domestic central counterparty to clear over-the-counter derivatives, according to Timothy Lane, deputy governor of the central bank. Lane added that the bank is working with international partners to develop the concept of global central counterparties.

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