Banks Worry Regs Will Cost Them European Derivatives Biz

Banks have expressed concern that proposals to extend the reach of the Dodd-Frank Act to non-U.S. units will cost them much of the European derivatives market.

  • 05 May 2011
Banks have expressed concern that proposals to extend the reach of the Dodd-Frank Act to non-U.S. units will cost them much of the European derivatives market. They fear that customers would migrate to European banks to avoid putting up cash as collateral on trades, unless the region adopts ...

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