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Some quotes and comments up to the end of 2014.

JSCC to gain DCO status from US regulator before year-end

Author: Viren Vaghela
Source: Asia Risk | 17 Oct 2014
Categories: Derivatives
JSCC to gain DCO status from us regulator before year end

(Reuters) REFILE-EU’s OTC derivatives proposals threaten Asian regulatory clash

Original article

(Reuters) UPDATE 1-Banks push for delay to introduction of derivatives rules

Original article

Asia dealers review CCP risk management approaches

Author: Viren Vaghela
Source: Asia Risk | 07 Apr 2014
Categories: Derivatives
Asia dealers review CCP risk management approaches

Japan dealers stop back-loading to CCPs due to de minimis uncertainty

Author: Viren Vaghela
Source: Asia Risk | 07 Jan 2014
Categories: Derivatives
Japan dealers stop back-loading to CCPs due to de minimis uncertainty

Crunch time over Sefs as Asian banks weigh up costs of participation

Author: Viren Vaghela
Source: Asia Risk | 12 Dec 2013
Categories: Derivatives
Crunch time over Sefs as Asian banks weigh up costs of participation

India gives green light to clearers

European and Indian regulators have reached an agreement that will allow European banks to continue trading in the South Asian country for the next six months.

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http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2013-09-09/relief-banks-india-gives-clearing-green-light?uniquekey=55692054ce966-132660&mod=emailafriend

Esma surprises market with fast-tracked advice

At a time when the market expects nothing but delays from regulators, Europe’s key watchdog the European Securities and Markets Authority did something unprecedented yesterday: it fast-tracked its hotly-awaited advice on foreign supervisory regimes.

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http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2013-09-04/esma-issues-surprise-early-advice?uniquekey=55691fe817b60-132659&mod=emailafriend

EU banks on trading knife-edge in India

European and Indian regulators are hoping to reach an eleventh-hour agreement that would allow European banks to continue trading in Asia?s third-largest economy.

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http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2013-09-03/eu-banks-on-knife-edge-as-esma-india-deadline-looms?uniquekey=55691f227acaa-132658&mod=emailafriend

Five reasons SGX might be attracted to LCH.Clearnet

The Financial Times yesterday reported that the Singapore Exchange is in talks with international clearing house LCH.Clearnet about taking a stake in the company. The development comes as the London Stock Exchange looks to seal its long-awaited deal to purchase 60% of the clearing house, at ?15 per share. The deal is expected to close at the end of this quarter.

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http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2013-02-06/five-reasons-sgx-is-moving-for-lch?uniquekey=55691e716d4c1-132657&mod=emailafriend

OTC clearers carve out niches in Asia

Policymakers in the Asia-Pacific region are preparing to implement the post-crisis reform agenda agreed by the G20 countries to transform the over-the-counter derivatives market.

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http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2012-11-05/otc-clearers-carve-niche-asia?uniquekey=55691d7c768d9-132656&mod=emailafriend