SunGard: The Impact Of BCBS/IOSCO On Collateral


First it was Messrs. Dodd & Frank and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation that brought in sweeping regulatory reform across the major markets. Later it became apparent that non-standard trades, not subject to mandatory clearing, still posed risk. Given that anything uncleared is by definition non-standard, it could be argued that this is where the majority of risk is situated.

As a result, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) and the International

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