Lawmakers Fret Over Too Many Clearinghouses

Lawmakers hearing testimony regarding plans for credit default swap clearinghouses expressed concern over the impact of having too many of the entities.

  • 10 Dec 2008
Lawmakers hearing testimony regarding plans for credit default swap clearinghouses expressed concern over the impact of having too many of the entities. House committee members said with each exchange setting up a clearinghouse with oversight by different regulators, swap trades would likely flock to the one they perceive ...

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