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Latest blog posts

  • May, 22

    Current Clearing Rates

    The death of uncleared markets has been widely over-reported. We look at Clarus CCPView and recent BIS data to look at the size of uncleared markets. Interest Rate derivatives remain the largest, followed by FX. Credit is very small in comparison when measured by notional outstanding. We strongly advocate further transparency into the remaining stock […]

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    May, 20

    Infrastructure as a Service – the Bedrock of Cloud

    In this blog I will explain the origins and key features of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), the core foundations of what we think of as Cloud. Cloud computing is an evolutionary consequence of a sequence of technology innovations, stretching from human based computing, across generations of hardware and networking, to the advent of virtualisation […]

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  • May, 14

    Portfolio Conversion of Libor to RFR trades

    The closer we get to year end 2021, the more important the question of what will happen to existing LIBOR Swaps when and if LIBOR is no longer published or declared a non-compliant benchmark by the regulator. One approach is ISDA’s work on new Fallback language in the 2006 Definitions (see Libor Fallbacks: What will […]

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    May, 13

    Potential Mechanics of Cross Currency Swaps and RFRs

    As references to Libor declines ahead of 2021 and the use of Risk Free Rates (RFRs) increases, derivatives will have to adapt. So in this blog I will look at the cross-currency swaps and the choices needed to move to RFRs. Cross currency swaps can behave quite differently to single currency swaps and I will […]

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