Regulations Actually Helping OTC Derivatives Markets? Yes, Says One AnalystMark Melin
As the current deregulatory environment rages in Washington DC, post-crisis over-the-counter derivatives regulation stands as a rare epitome of government effectiveness, a new report claims. In the wake of financial crisis, the OTC derivatives markets are “alive and well because of, not in spite of, a slew of post-crisis legislation and regulation put in place over the past decade,” Greenwich Associates Head of Research for Market Structure and . . .
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