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  • Aug, 1

    CCP Disclosures: How much does it cost to run a trading business?

    The latest batch of CPMI-IOSCO CCP disclosures are out for Q1 2017. We look at Initial Margin across Rates and FX. The Top 10 banks post $14bn across three CCPs. This gives us an insight into the cost of funding a trading business. The split of IM illustrates the intrinsic cost of CCP basis. Initial […]

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    Jul, 26

    CCP Disclosures 1Q 2017 – What the Data Shows

    Central Counterparties recently published their latest CPMI-IOSCO Quantitative Disclosures and in this article I will highlight what the data shows, similar to my article on 4Q 2016 trends. Background Under the voluntary CPMI-IOSCO Public Quantitative Disclosures by CCPs, over two hundred quantitative data fields covering margin, default resources, credit risk, collateral, liquidity risk and more […]

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  • Jun, 13

    EU Commission proposes more robust supervision of CCPs

    There has been much recent coverage in the press about whether the EU would require a location requirement for EUR Swaps Clearing. (See City AM, Reuters, Risk.Net). Today the EU Commission put out a press release proposing more robust supervision of CCPs. What have they said pertinent to the debate about Brexit and LCH Clearnet Ltd? Lets extract […]

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    Jun, 7

    Clearing Mandates 2017

    Which jurisdictions currently have Clearing Mandates in place for Interest Rate Derivatives? There are lots of articles and sources of information about upcoming mandates… …but finding what is already in force is more difficult. We therefore take this opportunity to summarise the Clearing Mandates that are now active across multiple jurisdictions. Sources Before we look […]

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  • May, 31

    BREXIT: Moving Euro clearing conflicts with G20 Market Reforms

    Moving clearing of EUR-denominated contracts to the Eurozone is a complicated proposition. Bifurcating cleared portfolios will make bilateral markets more attractive than cleared markets. This raises questions over existing clearing mandates. It also conflicts with the G20 OTC market reforms intended to reduce systemic risk through the promotion of clearing. Enforcing a location policy for a […]

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    May, 30

    FCM Rankings & Concentration: Q1 2017

    Clearing broker data is out for Q1 2017, so I wanted to run the numbers and see if anything has changed. Lets start with a view onto the number of registered FCMs. This shows 64 firms registered (down 1 from Q4 2016), and 55 firms with any Client Requirements (down 2).  On the bright side, there […]

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  • May, 10

    CCP Disclosures 4Q 2016 – Trends in the Data

    Central Counterparties recently published their latest CPMI-IOSCO Quantitative Disclosures and in this article I will highlight a few of the key trends, similar to my article on 3Q 2016 trends. Background Under the voluntary CPMI-IOSCO Public Quantitative Disclosures by CCPs, over two hundred quantitative data fields covering margin, default resources, credit risk, collateral, liquidity risk […]

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    May, 10

    KRW and INR Swap Clearing

    The CME have announced they are planning to clear Korean Won (KRW) and Indian Rupee (INR) interest rate swaps in the near future. I wanted to have a look at what these markets look like.  So first things first, I grabbed all trades for non-G4 swaps on the US SDRs, year-to-date.  Did this for both […]

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