Governance & Reporting, Markets, Regulation & Supervision

US clearing rule proposal could amplify multiple risks

By Peter McGill
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Liquidity, cyber and concentration risks could rise under central clearing proposals for treasury and repo trades outlined by the US Securities and Exchange Commission, a survey has found. 

The proposal to clear trades through a single entity, the Fixed Income Clearing Corporation, would mandate large investment managers to ...

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