D.E. Shaw: buyside irked over counterparty trading constrictions

By Beth Shah
09 Sep 2014

US regulation may mean investment managers that are operated and managed out of the US will have to constrict their trading to US counterparties, therefore introducing barriers to trading opportunities and hampering competition.

Speaking at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association’s 2014 Annual North America Conference on Tuesday, Darcy Bradbury, managing director and director of external affairs at the D.E. Shaw Group, noted where a firm is established has become an issue. If an investment manager operates out of, and is ...

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