Derivatives-reporting requirements cause confusion

03/11/2012 | Risk.net (subscription required)

Officials from the Group of 20 nations agreed in 2009 to require all standardized over-the-counter derivatives transactions to be processed through a central counterparty. Also, the trades should go through an electronic trading platform or exchange when possible, and all derivatives transactions must then be reported to a trade repository. However, industry participants are not sure who is responsible for reporting the trades, Joe Rennison writes.

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