E.U. Derivatives Flexibility May Attract U.S. Dealers

The European Union may attract U.S. derivative dealers with regulations that appear to be more flexible than those planned at home.

  • 06 Jul 2009
The European Union may attract U.S. derivative dealers with regulations that appear to be more flexible than those planned at home. In laying out its proposals Friday, the E.U. requires, among other things, the establishment of central clearing houses, as the G20 countries agreed to do in April. ...

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