Interest Rates

  • A more fiendish problem than Libor

    With just two years to go until the Financial Conduct Authority relinquishes its control of Libor, the road to creating robust alternatives is still under construction.

  • ESMA lays out future for third country CCPs

    ESMA lays out future for third country CCPs

    The European Securities and Markets Authority has issued technical advice for the European Commission on the treatment of third-country central counterparties (TC-CCPs).

  • EU members struggle with last hurdles on CCP resolution

    EU members struggle with last hurdles on CCP resolution

    The European Union’s finance ministries are nearing a deal on the draft legal text for central clearing counterparty (CCP) resolution. But they still disagree on the use of CCPs’ own funds in a recovery scenario, as well as on voting rights for smaller states in a resolution college.

  • Quintenz stays firm on hostile EU stance

    Quintenz stays firm on hostile EU stance

    The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission this week approved foreign boards of trade applications (FBOT) from European derivatives exchanges despite opposition from commissioner Brian Quintenz.

  • CME surges after volatile Q3

    CME surges after volatile Q3

    CME Group has reported a strong set of third quarter results, with double digit growth in the trading of rates, equity and commodity products.

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