Regulations Making Non-Cleared Derivatives Less Financially AppealingMark Melin
Over the counter (OTC) swaps, those non-cleared derivatives products at the center of causation of the 2008 financial crisis, may see operational costs that become “unsustainably burdensome,” states a white paper from the DTCC-Euroclear Global Collateral and consultant PricewaterhouseCoopers. The cost of complying with new regulations could significantly the overall risk exposure of the derivatives that sell-side banks currently have, all resulting from a patchwork of U.S. and international regulations.
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