1Q24 CCP Volumes and Share in IRD

This is an article about CCP volumes and market share in the IRD. It discusses volumes for major currencies and regions. It also details CCP market share. USD OIS swaps are the highest on record. EUR OIS volumes are also at a record high. The combined EUR IRS and OIS volume is almost equal to the USD OIS volume. AUD swaps are down from a year earlier. CCP market share is dominated by LCH with some exceptions.

What’s New in JPY Swaps in 2024?

Covering; ISDA AGM in Tokyo I thought I would try to be helpful with the timing of this blog. The ISDA AGM is due to take place April 16-18 in Tokyo: Most delegates will take time to also see Tokyo-based clients, and will therefore be discussing the JPY swap market whilst doing so. So consider […]

RFR Adoption Update

We have had a number of people reach out and ask when the RFR Adoption Indicator will next be updated. It is a great vindication of all of the hard work that has gone on over the past 4 years (and even longer when you consider the wider work on LIBOR cessation, Fallbacks and Benchmark […]

€STR Volumes and Market Share

Very occasionally, the data writes a blog for me. This is one of those times, with three particular highlights: €STR Futures I have slightly tweaked our €STR Dashboard, which summarises key liquidity attributes in this growing market: Showing; The really large volume days at Eurex have not materially added to the Open Interest yet, where-as […]

What’s New in CCP Disclosures – 4Q23?

Clearing Houses have published their latest CPMI-IOSCO Quantitative Disclosures: Background Under the CPMI-IOSCO Public Quantitative Disclosures, CCPs publish over two hundred quantitative data fields covering margin, default resources, credit risk, collateral, liquidity risk, back-testing and more. CCPView has over 8 years of these quarterly disclosures for 44 Clearing Houses, each with multiple Clearing Services, covering the period from 30 Sep […]

Cable Cross Currency Swaps 2024

Issuance A particular headline in the FT recently piqued the interest of this blogger: Like a moth to a flame, I was drawn to the statement: The demand has helped push a number of continental European companies to issue sterling debt for the first time in recent months, including German real estate company Vonovia, German […]