Central Clearing And Collateral Management

The imposition of central clearing by regulators represents a fundamental overhaul of the OTC derivatives market. Market participants correspondingly need to re-evaluate all aspects of their derivatives activities. A key aim of the regulatory process is to improve the quality of counterparty credit risk management across the industry. Advantages claimed for the centrally cleared model include transparency, liquidity and greater resilience to systemic financial
crisis conditions. A direct

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