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Roger E. A. Farmer: Derivative Market Regulation
The derivatives market should be more carefully regulated, but not banned because well-developed financial institutions are important to economic growth, says Roger E. A. Farmer. This Carnegie Council event took place on April 28, 2010. For the full video, audio, and transcript go to http://www.cceia.org
Over-the-Counter Financial Derivatives Regulation Explained: Market, Example (2009)
Over-the-counter (OTC) or off-exchange trading is done directly between two parties, without any supervision of an exchange. It is contrasted with exchange trading, which occurs via exchanges. A stock exchange has the benefit of facilitating liquidity, mitigates all credit risk concerning the default of one party in the transaction, provides transparency, and maintains the current market price. In an OTC trade, the price is not necessarily published for the public. OTC trading, as well as exchange trading, occurs with commodities, financial instruments (including stocks), and derivatives of such. Products traded on the exchange must be well standardized. This means that exchanged deliverables match a narrow range of quantity, quality, and identity which is defined by the exchange and identical to all transactions of that product. This is necessary for there to be transparency in trading. The OTC market does not have this limitation. They may agree on an unusual quantity, for example.[1] In OTC market contracts are bilateral (i.e. contract between only two parties), each party could have credit risk concerns with respect to the other party. OTC derivative market is significant in some asset classes: interest rate, foreign exchange, stocks, and commodities.[2] In 2008 approximately 16 percent of all U.S. stock trades were "off-exchange trading"; by April 2014 that number increased to about forty percent.[1] Although the notional amount outstanding of OTC derivatives in late 2012 had declined 3.3% over the previous year, the volume of cleared transactions at the end of 2012 totalled US$346.4 trillion.[3] The Bank for International Settlements statistics on OTC derivatives markets showed that notional amounts outstanding totalled $693 trillion at the end of June 2013... [T]he gross market value of OTC derivatives – that is, the cost of replacing all outstanding contracts at current market prices – declined between end-2012 and end-June 2013, from $25 trillion to $20 trillion." OTC derivatives are significant part of the world of global finance. The OTC derivatives markets are large. They grew exponentially from 1980 through 2000. The expansion has been driven by interest rate products, foreign exchange instruments and credit default swaps. The notional outstanding of OTC derivatives markets rose throughout the period and totalled approximately US$601 trillion at December 31, 2010.[9] In their 2000 paper by Schinasi et al. published by the International Monetary Fund in 2001, the authors observed that the increase in OTC derivatives transactions would have been impossible "without the dramatic advances in information and computer technologies" that occurred from 1980 to 2000.[10] During that time, major internationally active financial institutions significantly increased the share of their earnings from derivatives activities. These institutions manage portfolios of derivatives involving tens of thousand of positions and aggregate global turnover over $1 trillion. At that time prior to the financial crisis of 2008, the OTC market was an informal network of bilateral counterparty relationships and dynamic, time-varying credit exposures whose size and distribution tied to important asset markets. International financial institutions increasingly nurtured the ability to profit from OTC derivatives activities and financial markets participants benefitted from them. In 2000 the authors acknowledged that the growth in OTC transactions "in many ways made possible, the modernization of commercial and investment banking and the globalization of finance."[10] However, in September, an IMF team led by Mathieson and Schinasi cautioned that "episodes of turbulence" in the late 1990s "revealed the risks posed to market stability originated in features of OTC derivatives instruments and markets.[11] The NYMEX has created a clearing mechanism for a slate of commonly traded OTC energy derivatives which allows counterparties of many bilateral OTC transactions to mutually agree to transfer the trade to ClearPort, the exchange's clearing house, thus eliminating credit and performance risk of the initial OTC transaction counterparts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Over-the-counter_(finance)
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European Market Infrastructure Regulation
European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is a European Union regulation designed to increase the stability of the over-the-counter (OTC) derivative markets throughout the EU states. It is designated Regulation (EU) 648/2012, and it entered into force on 16 August 2012. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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What are Derivatives ?
An introduction to Derivatives.
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MAS reviews OTC derivatives market regulation
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has proposed to regulate the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market by the end of this year. First published Feb 13 2012. Copyright © 2012 MediaCorp Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
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Derivatives Regulation - Bloomberg
Congress now debates on how to oversee the 592 trillion dollar market. (Bloomberg News)
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Ins and Outs of Derivatives Trading - Part 1
(www.abndigital.com) In this episode of Mansfield's Money Sense, Jeremy Mansfield takes a look at Derivatives and tries to make sense of the ins and outs of this complicated trading instrument. Jeremy is joined in studio by Allan Thomson, Head of Trading at the JSE.
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Quadrillion Dollar Derivatives Market 20 Times Global GDP
Markus Stanley: Derivative bets not a zero sum game, have far reaching real world consequences more at http://therealnews.com
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Regulatory Framework of Derivatives Trading in Malaysia
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Regulatory Framework of Derivatives Trading in Malaysia
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Mifid II regulations: the impact explained
Rule changes have the potential to radically shake up how equity, bond and derivatives markets work, affecting everyone who trades and how they work across Europe and beyond ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2r8RJzM ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Anthony Stevens provides insights on derivatives regulation, June 2014
Anthony provides an overview of the key implications of moving to a centrally cleared environment, in particular focusing on the availability of collateral and liquidity.
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How is Collateral Used in the Derivatives Market?
Collateral acts as a backstop that protects market participants and the economy as a whole. The requirement to post collateral is a key reform that makes the derivatives market more transparent, resilient and safe. ISDA's new whiteboard animation video explains how collateral is used in the derivatives market, and how it makes the financial system safer.
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Korea to ease financial regulation to boost equity derivatives market
ETF 선물상품 나온다…파생상품 다양화•진입장벽 완화 Korea will ease financial regulations on futures and options and introduce new globally competitive products. Exchange-traded fund, or ETF-linked derivative products will be available for investors as early as the first half of next year. Hwang Hojun has more on the move designed to boost the local equity derivatives market... and lower entry barriers for retail investors. Korea's Financial Services Commission on Tuesday announced measures to boost local futures and options market including listing ETF-linked derivative products on the Korea Exchange as early as in the first half of 2017. The move comes years after financial regulators tightened rules and raised entry barriers for market participants on concerns that local derivatives market could become a playground for speculation and improper trading practices. Due to such strict regulations, there are currently only 31 derivatives products on the country's securities exchange operator. Of those, more than half are stock index-linked instruments. Korea's financial authorities say they will also push for the listing of popular ETFs linked to crude, foreign equity indexes and government bonds on the Korea Exchange. In order to increase market participation, the Commission plans to introduce accounts solely dedicated to trading derivatives as a risk hedging method that do not require a minimum deposit in the second quarter of next year. Minimum trading unit of index-linked options for KOSPI 200 and mini-KOSPI 200 will also drop next year to 250,000 won, roughly 2-hundred U.S. dollars and 50,000 won, about 42 dollars from 500,000 won and 100,000 won, respectively. The Commission says there will be a grace period given to elderly investors over a certain age who invested in equity-linked securities to cancel their investment in order to reduce risk. They also plan to conduct stress tests on securities firms to regularly check on their financial soundness. Hwang Hojun, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Understanding Basics of the Power Market
Get an overview of the North American energy markets including how the power grid works, and managing supply and demand. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cmegroup Learn more: https://institute.cmegroup.com/ CME Group: http://www.cmegroup.com/ Follow us: Twitter: http://twitter.com/CMEGroup Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CMEGroup CME Group is the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace. The company is comprised of four Designated Contract Markets (DCMs). Further information on each exchange's rules and product listings can be found by clicking on the links to CME, CBOT, NYMEX and COMEX.
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New Regulation Takes Shape in Commodity Derivatives Markets
Commodity futures and options contracts are global benchmarks used to manage risk associated with the underlying commodity. EU policy is calling for greater transparency and enhanced position management in these markets. Garry takes a closer look at the proposed regulatory solutions and explains how NYSE Liffe is enhancing its own arrangements.
Is Regulatory Harmonization Possible for Derivatives?
Despite geo-political turmoil and regulatory agendas moving at different speeds, harmony for regulations governing derivatives treading is a realistic goal for the industry, says Ryan Taylor, global head of derivatives reform and Volcker compliance, RBC Capital Markets. “But is it probable?” asks Taylor who spoke to FTF News during the DerivOps North America conference in Chicago last month. He was a participant in the “Riding Global Waves of Regulation” session. Regulatory harmonization is not a given even though the CFTC and E.U. regulatory officials have been more conciliatory toward industry participants and each other’s respective regimes. “Without harmonization, it could be difficult,” Taylor says. “It could create regulatory arbitrage in the derivatives market. I think if the U.S. unilaterally re-evaluates these rules and other jurisdictions don’t reevaluate these rules it will be challenging for harmonization to occur.” If harmonization can be achieved globally, it will help banks and other market participants to reduce costs via standardization, Taylor says. This could mean a lower price-tag for IT infrastructures and more capabilities to scale operations, he adds. CREDITS: Video Production: Janene Knox and William J. Poznanski, Jr. Interview conducted by: Eugene Grygo, chief content officer, FTF News Co-Producers: Sarah Hathaway, vice president, Financial Technologies Forum (FTF) and Eugene Grygo
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Regulation 28 - Derivatives Trading and Pension Funds
(www.abndigital.com) To discuss regulation 28 and the impact it will have on derivates trading and pension funds, ABN's Eleni Giokos is joined in studio by Dwayne Kloppers from Special Projects at Alexander Forbes Financial Services.
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A Looming Financial Crisis? | A Conversation On Unregulated Derivatives
Ten years after the unregulated derivatives market helped trigger a global financial crisis, University of Maryland Law Professor Michael Greenberger discusses his new INET research on how American banks continue to systematically evade derivatives regulation, putting the global economy at risk. Discussing the paper with Professor Greenberger are Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, former FDIC Vice Chairman Thomas M. Hoenig, INET President Rob Johnson, and Better Markets President Dennis Kelleher.
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OTC Derivatives A Comparative Analysis of Regulation in US, EU and Singapore
OTC Derivatives A Comparative Analysis of Regulation in US, EU and Singapore training by Vamsidhar Ambatipudi
Gary Gensler, CFTC, on regulating the OTC derivatives markets
Gary Gensler and the agency he runs, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), is set to become one of the most powerful financial markets regulators in the world. The Dodd-Frank bill, signed into law in the US in July, gives them the clear mandate to rein in the $615 trillion dollar OTC derivatives markets. This is a market that allows companies and financial institutions to hedge their financial markets risk, but it's been accused of helping cause the financial crisis. Gensler discusses the CFTC's new role in regulating the OTC derivatives market. - 00:46 On the objectives of derivative regulation Article VII Dodd Frank - 01:23 On why the CFTC is best placed to reform the derivatives markets - 02:06 On the importance of global co-ordination of regulation - 03:15 On why clearing houses are best equipped to reduce counterparty risk - 04:48 On what qualifies as a swap execution facility
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ISDA 32nd AGM: Global Derivatives Markets: A New Policy Agenda?
The financial public policy agenda across major markets is being shaped today by a number of key events (Brexit, the 2016 US elections) and trends (the drive for economic growth). As this agenda is being reset, what are the issues, opportunities and challenges for the global derivatives markets? How do policymakers, the buy-side and the sell-side view and define their key priorities? While key regulatory reform goals in the clearing, capital, margining and reporting areas are largely being achieved – what key areas of reform are being targeted for further improvement? Is the end result likely to be closer integration or greater fragmentation of markets?
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Mapping out the impacts of regulation on derivative & commodity exchanges -- World Exchange Congress
http://www.terrapinn.com/conference/world-exchange-congress/ Strategy, innovation and opportunity for global trading venues, including stock, commodity, derivatives, futures and energy exchanges, MTFs and ATNs -- presentations and video content from our events, covering consolidation, regulation and compliance, the post-trade process, alternative revenue streams, commodities, derivatives, energy and OTC markets, market volatility and exchange technology advancements. The World Exchange Congress: The world's largest strategy congress for global exchanges and trading venues. The Commodities & Derivatives Exchange World stream of the event provided senior trading venue executives from commodity, derivatives and futures exchanges with content dedicated specifically for their needs. Here Fred Grede, Chairman, Vega Financial Engineering, Michael Hofmann, Managing Director, ABN AMRO Clearing Bank N.V, Anthony Belchambers, Chief Executive, Futures and Options Association and Nathalie Gallant, Executive Assistant -- Enforcement Division, AMF Quebec debate "Mapping out the legal, operational and commercial impacts of recent regulation on derivative and commodity exchanges" at the World Exchange Congress 2012. They discuss: - Analysing the impacts of Mifid and Dodd-Frank: How has the trading landscape changed? - Have we seen a spill-over from financial market regulation and what steps are regulators taking going forward? - How to interpret regulation and choosing which types of commercial projects to go forward with - Balancing regulation and politics: How does this affect commodity prices? - Dissecting the push for derivatives liberalisation: What barriers have been removed? Visit our website: www.worldexchangecongress.com Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thetraderblog Read our blog: http://blogs.terrapinn.com/trading/ Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/terrapinntrades Join our Linkedin group: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Trader-trading-exchanges-investment-3850635
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Banks Win Big as Regulators Refuse to Rein in $700 Trillion Derivatives Market
Bill Black: Weakness of financial regulators shows you can not "tame the scorpion"
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Business Morning: Products,Regulations,Risks & Rewards Of The Derivatives Market Pt 1
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Business Morning: Products,Regulations,Risks & Rewards Of The Derivatives Market Pt 2
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Markets regulator Sebi allows exchanges to extend the trading time by more than 8 hours
This segment of Zee Business brings to you latest updates. Markets regulator Sebi allowed exchanges to extend the trading time in equity derivatives contracts by more than eight hours till almost midnight from October 1. Watch this video to know more. About Zee Business -------------------------- Zee Business is one of the leading and fastest growing Hindi business news channels in India. Live coverage of Indian markets - Sensex & Nifty -------------------------------------------------------------- You can also visit us at: https://goo.gl/sXWpTF Like us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/OMJgrn Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/OjOzpB Subscribe to our other network channels: Zee News: https://goo.gl/XBvkjZ
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The Commodity Derivatives Market
How and why agricultural futures markets were founded in South Africa and some of the principles of trading them.
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Spark: Regulatory Framework of Commodity Derivatives in India
Spark: Regulatory Framework of Commodity Derivatives in India
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Commodities and Derivatives Regulation, S2, April 2016
MODERATOR: Izabella Kaminska, Journalist, Financial Times SPEAKERS: 1:28 Michael Masters, Founder and Chairman of the Board, Better Markets Link to PowerPoint presentation http://www.levyinstitute.org/conferences/minsky2016/masters_s2.pdf 19:35 Robert A. Johnson, President, Institute for New Economic Thinking; Senior Fellow and Director, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute 32:42 Q&A 25th Annual Hyman P. Minsky Conference on the State of the US and World Economies Will the Global Economic Environment Constrain US Growth and Employment? Organized by the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College with support from the Ford Foundation Levy Economics Institute of Bard College Blithewood Annandale-on-Hudson, New York 12504 April 12–13, 2016 The 2016 Minsky Conference will address whether what appears to be a global economic slowdown will jeopardize the implementation and efficiency of Dodd-Frank regulatory reforms, the transition of monetary policy away from zero interest rates, and the “new” normal of fiscal policy, as well as the use of fiscal policies aimed at achieving sustainable growth and full employment. Is economic policy leading to another Minsky moment? For the participants list, presentation materials, and audio, visit: http://www.levyinstitute.org/conferences/minsky2016/
Levitt Says New Rules `Can't Choke' Derivatives Market: Video
Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Deirdre Bolton about House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank's proposal on derivatives market regulation. Levitt is a senior adviser to the Carlyle Group, an adviser to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and a board member of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Regulatory Framework relating to securities market Intermediaries [CS-Executive]
Module-II Capital Markets & Securities Laws.
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New Regulation for a $300 Trillion Market
Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, Wednesday January 6th, Chairman Gary Gensler of the US Commodities Futures Trading Commission stated his plan to regulate over-the-counter derivatives by bringing them onto a centralized exchange
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Commodity Derivatives Trading by Dr Madhoo Pavaskar
Despite the long and chequered history of commodity derivatives trading in this country, extending for more than century and a half, neither the lay nor the learned, including, surprisingly, most economists and even those involved in regulation of commodity derivatives exchanges, betray lack of knowledge on the theory, working, utility, and regulation of trading in commodity derivatives of diverse hues. It is against this background, the present book is aimed at teaching the commodity derivatives exchanges, their participants, the regulator s, and the students of commodity derivatives economics and managements, both the theory and regulation of commodity derivatives trading in all its aspects. For, a commodity economy like India must aim to develop strong global commodity derivatives markets in the country to promote swift growth in agriculture, industry, and international trade by strengthening competition and competitive efficiency to improve productivity, as also proficiency in marketing in all sectors of the economy. This book is a modest step towards achieving that aim and objective.
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Types of Derivatives in Indian Financial Markets
Course Page: http://www.elearnmarkets.com/packages/index/equity-derivatives-course-for-beginners Website: http://www.elearnmarkets.com/ Derivatives are known to be among the most powerful financial instruments, The Indian equity derivatives market has seen tremendous growth since the year 2000 when equity derivatives were introduced in India. This course provides insights into different types of equity derivatives, their trading, clearing and settlement and the regulatory framework, preparing you for a career in the fascinating world of trading. We constantly help you with strategies for equity and derivatives investment provides knowledge for trading on futures & options, hedging with Nifty and other products and opportunities of near risk free arbitrage between various segments. These instruments give rise to many opportunities as well as challenges because there are some important differences between investments in the cash market as opposed to that in derivatives For Offline i.e. Classroom Courses, Contact: Ms. Neelam Gupta: - +91-9748222555 [email protected] For Online Live as well As Recorded classes, Contact: - Ms. Puja Shaw: - +91-9903432255 [email protected] Quick! Subscribe! ►► http://bit.ly/1RP8RjE Visit Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elearnmarkets Join our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elearnmarkets
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What Comes Next in Derivatives Regulation?
Apr. 22, 2014 -- Houman Shadab, Associate Professor at New York Law School, talks with Lee Pacchia about recent developments in the regulation of derivatives.
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Should there be regulations on stock and derivative trading?
Brendan asked me if stock trading (and other derivative trading) should be regulated. Here's part my answer of why it should not be. This is part 1 of a longer discussion. I will update this description when Part 2 will be published. Here's the book referenced in the clip. It is co-written by Yaron Brook, from whom I learned the point that stock trading is a secondary market. Usually people think of derivatives as a secondary market, but actually it is a tertiary market. Also, Yaron has a lot of videos on YouTube on this topic. https://www.amazon.com/Pursuit-Wealth-Moral-Case-Finance-ebook If you live in Vancouver, Canada, you can visit my meetup "Capitalism Q&A" for further discussion in-person. https://www.meetup.com/vancouver-capitalism-discussion/
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Changes to derivatives regulation
In this video, Chris Frost, partner at Riverside Risk Advisors, talks about what to expect with derivatives reform.
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Just How Big Is The Derivatives Market?
We look at the latest data, and get under the hood to look at how stated "risks" have been managed down, yet "risks" are still unknowable. Please consider supporting our work via Patreon ; https://www.patreon.com/DigitalFinanceAnalytics Please share this post to help to spread the word about the state of things....
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Bernanke Was 'Sanguine' on Derivatives
We have reported that the nations top regulators at the Treasury, SEC and Fed each opposed greater regulation of the market in derivatives. Later, as the financial crisis exposed the risks inherent in the derivatives market, they changed their minds. The following video documents an exchange between Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and former Sen. Paul Sarbanes on the topic of derivatives at Bernankes Senate confirmation hearing. Sarbanes warns Bernanke that inattention to the issue could later haunt him.
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LNG Capital Interview: Global Regulation and Financial Transactions - TradeTech Derivatives
Dodd Frank, Regulation, Finance, Banks, investment, retail, business, risk, prop trading, swaps, derivatives, OTC, markets, global
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CHHS Director explains derivatives regulation on C-SPAN - 5/15/09
Michael Greenberger, JD, founder and director of the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security, appears on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" to explain financial derivatives and discuss regulatory measures needed in derivatives markets. Many experts believe unregulated derivative instruments are largely to blame for the economic meltdown.
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Establishing a clearing house in commodities/derivatives markets - World Exchange Congress
http://www.terrapinn.com/conference/world-exchange-congress/ Strategy, innovation and opportunity for global trading venues, including stock, commodity, derivatives, futures and energy exchanges, MTFs and ATNs -- presentations and video content from our events, covering consolidation, regulation and compliance, the post-trade process, alternative revenue streams, commodities, derivatives, energy and OTC markets, market volatility and exchange technology advancements. The World Exchange Congress: The world's largest strategy congress for global exchanges and trading venues. The Commodities & Derivatives Exchange World stream of the event provided senior trading venue executives from commodity, derivatives and futures exchanges with content dedicated specifically for their needs. Here Clive Furness, Managing Director, Contango Markets, Kesara Manchusree, Managing Director, Thailand Futures Exchange, Rory O'Brien, Director, LCH Clearnet and Ireneusz Łazor, CEO, Warsaw Commodity Clearing House debate "How can you overcome the complications of establishing a clearing house in commodities/ derivatives markets?" at the World Exchange Congress 2012. They discuss: - Mapping out the key challenges: What are the barriers to entry when setting up a clearing house? - What's the best strategy to get client buy-in and how can you expand the investment base of a clearing house? - How has the focus intensified on managing pre-trade and post-trade risk in derivative markets? - How can clearing work effectively for commodities exchanges? Visit our website: www.worldexchangecongress.com Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thetraderblog Read our blog: http://blogs.terrapinn.com/trading/ Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/terrapinntrades Join our Linkedin group: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Trader-trading-exchanges-investment-3850635
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