Capco: OTC Derivatives And Commodities In The Spotlight

Part One

Since MiFID I was introduced it became increasingly clear that certain products, particularly commodities and corresponding derivatives also needed to be regulated. There are no current rules for ‘on-market-trading’ of OTC derivatives and most commodities trading firms are exempt from MiFID when trading on their own accounts. The result, as postulated by the regulators, was rising food prices due to unencumbered speculation

The main concerns are:

Insufficient intervention powers

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