- A clearing obligation exemption to incentivise post-trade risk reduction
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- Why have the industry associations decided to publish the white paper?
- What are the key amendments that the associations think should be made to EMIR as part of the Regulatory Fitness and Performance program (REFIT)?
- How does post-trade risk reduction work?
- What benefits are likely if these amendments are made?
Banking & Finance analysis: Andy Brindle, a derivatives, securities and structured products veteran with more than 25 years of experience in the equity, credit and interest rate marketplaces, and currently a principal at Valere Capital Partners LLP as well as a P.R.I.M.E. Finance expert, discusses the recent publication of a white paper in which it is proposed that EMIR is amended to allow transactions that result from post-trade risk reduction services to be exempted from the clearing obligation.
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