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ESMA calls for framework to better detect ‘Archegos’ like risks

By Justin Pugsley
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The 2021 collapse of the family office Archegos Capital Management prompted the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) to recommend creating a framework enabling supervisors to better monitor risks related to derivatives.

In a report published in May, ESMA said the reporting obligations to trade repositories under the European Market ...

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