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  1. "Europeans are the problem" in CCP oversight standoff

    In recent weeks, European officials have suggested the December deadline could be pushed back, allowing more time for differences to be ironed out with the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), but there has been no formal delay.

  2. Sef execution of package trades to be postponed

    In a press conference after his speech, Massad deflected a question from Risk.net about whether footnote 513 of the cross-border guidance could be stripped from the extraterritoriality rules on the basis of industry comments, given that European...

  3. Industry confronts hard choices in CCP recovery debate

    That has been acknowledged in both the US and European versions of Basel III, and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir). You're very, very unlikely to exhaust variation margin haircutting, even if it's difficult to prove...

  4. Japan FSA: cross-border recognition process too slow

    Moves by European and US regulators to recognise third-country regulations have been slow and lack transparency and there has been little evidence of the 2013 G-20 commitment to pay deference to home country supervisors actually being implemented...

  5. 25 banks fail ECB stress check on financial health

    Twenty-five eurozone banks failed stress tests designed to check their ability to endure another major economic crisis, the European Central Bank announced on Sunday. The Comprehensive Assessment has bought time for some of Europe's banks to get...

  6. Shanghai launches renminbi derivatives clearing

    China has also so far refused to apply for third-party recognition from European regulators, which may complicate the case for European banks that wish to join although foreign banks did still join Shanghai's IRS service using their onshore...

  7. How to Create Compelling Content Based on Learning Styles

    Give Carrey an audio script and you'll have more luck getting the European jobless rates down than him to learn his lines. Usually more introverted by type, solitary learners like "alone time" to think through new information and process in a...

  8. Esma says national regulators must decide product eligibility for third-country CCP transition period

    Deciding on which third-country central counterparty (CCP) product segments are eligible for the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) transition period starting March 15 is a matter for the individual national regulators of the...

  9. Shake-up ahead for financial technology

    The financial regulatory reforms proposed by US and European regulators will not only profoundly affect how energy and commodities market players trade but also how financial technology will need to develop in order to cope with these changes.

  10. Basel Committee's new liquidity ratios causing a stir

    This comes at a harrowing time for European sovereigns and banks. On top of that, the European Central Bank – the one reliable liquidity provider – is poised to replace an expiring one-year liquidity programme with three-month money from July 1...

  11. Riksbank's Persson: Making the European financial system safer

    Today, as a local problem of bad Baltic loans starts to recede, Nordic banks look stronger than many of their European peers, which have been badly rocked by fears about eurozone debt. Europe is missing some important tools and that’s something I...