Japanese CCP Liability Fears Wane

31 May 2011

A new regulatory interpretation of Japanese law, along with what market officials say is a sound risk waterfall in the coming Japan over-the-counter derivatives central counterparty, has eased fears that members would have unlimited liability to the onshore clearinghouse.

--Eleni Himaras

A new regulatory interpretation of Japanese law, along with what market officials say is a sound risk waterfall in the coming Japan over-the-counter derivatives central counterparty, has eased fears that members would have unlimited liability to the onshore clearinghouse.

Lawyers at Allen & Overy in Tokyo say ...

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