Regulatory Reform and the Implications for Derivatives (State Street)

July 2011

KEYWORDS: Asia Pacific, capital requirements, CCP, central counterparties, clearing, collateral, Dodd-Frank Act, EU, European Union, execution, FCM, financial crisis, futures commission merchant, G20, harmonization, hedge fund investor, Hedge Fund Regulation, Institutional Investors, Japan, margin, margining, operational risk, OTC derivatives, regulatory reform, SEF, segregation, swap execution facility, swaps data repository, systemic risk, transparency, United States, value-at-risk

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State Street

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  • State Street

Summary:
Global regulatory reforms promise to have significant implications for investors in the derivatives market, ushering in important changes in clearing, trade execution, collateral management and investment operations, among other areas. While there are still many unknowns, investors will need to prepare themselves to adapt to an evolving and considerably altered investment landscape.

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