- The History of the Wall Street Bull
- Multiple Prime Utility: the key to transforming the fund manager/prime broker relationship
- "What Is" Mark-to-Market Accounting?
- Kevin McPartland on the G.O.P. Landslide and the Pace of Derivatives Reform
- "What is" Form PF?
- Understanding Investor Due Diligence
- "What is" Reference Data?
- 6 Steps to Implementing Operational Control
- A Closer Look at FATCA Grandfathering
- Face-to-Face Takes on New Meaning
Category Archives: Clearing and Settlement
Guest Contributor: Matthew McFarland, Director, Business Development, CBOE Mandated clearing of certain interest rate swaps and credit default swaps was recently completed with the addition of Category 3 participants on September 9. While the advent of mandatory clearing presents several challenges, … Continue reading
Guest Contributor: Michael Walinskas, Chief Risk Officer, OCC The financial crisis of 2008 saw excessive risks in the over-the-counter market and lead to governmental intervention in a “Wall Street bailout” while listed markets and their central counterparty (CCP) clearinghouses performed … Continue reading
Guest Contributor: Laurent Jacquemin, executive vice president, post-trade derivatives, SunGard’s capital markets business In the derivatives industry, significant, year-over-year transaction volume growth has become the norm. With high-frequency trading driving up the volumes of trades to hundreds of thousands or … Continue reading
Guest Contributor: Nick Jackson, Partner , Capco We are currently experiencing unprecedented volatility in the markets and are potentially on the brink of another systemic failure … only 3 years on since the last one. We have rogue traders out … Continue reading
Guest Contributor: Steven Grob, Director Group Strategy, Fidessa The merger mania in the exchange space took another twist last week when a consortium of Canada’s largest banks and pension funds put forward an alternative offer for TMX in an attempt … Continue reading
The idea of the clearinghouse is fairly simple. A clearinghouse acts as a middle man who will insure a financial transaction between two market parties. This definition may be simple enough, but in reality a clearinghouse is far more complex … Continue reading