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CFTC to simplify segregation

July 24th saw a unanimous approval of the CFTC’s proposal to reduce the complexity surrounding segregation of assets held as collateral in uncleared swap transactions. Under the Dodd-Frank, a swap dealer was required to notify each counterparty that they (the counterparty) possessed the right to choose whether to keep their funds in a segregated account […]

Ring-fencing: the current state of play

Many senior financiers would describe the post-financial crisis architecture as brutalist and overpriced, with the plethora of regulations designed and implemented by a legion of legal bodies costing British banks billions over the last few years. As the deadline for ring-fencing is fast approaching, it seems opportune to assess the current state of the ring-fence […]

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