The commodities boom, the Indian FX wonder, the remarkable reopening of Chinese financial derivatives, Brazil, colocation, OTC clearing, algo trading, movie futures, dividend futures – early 2010 wasn’t short of action.
The second half of the year, however, focused
mostly on regulation. The US marched ahead with Dodd-Frank, the
EU is following, but the outcome for the industry is still
unclear. Mareen Goebel
looks back over a busy 2010 and asks leading industry
professionals what they expect from the year to
Regardless of the day-to-day news, product launches and
technology upgrades, ask anyone in the derivatives market what
the biggest issues are, and the answer is likely to be
When the US Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act in July, the
ripples could be felt globally, and while the US industry
feared that this might drive business to Europe, the European
Commission soon followed with its own regulatory
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