The international agency said that only two of its members have fully adopted clearing
More than three-quarters of G20 countries have regulations
in place that require derivatives transactions to be reported
to trade repositories, according to the Financial Stability
Board (FSB), writes Jonathan Watkins.
The remaining countries to fully implement requirements are
Argentina and Canada, while rules are partially effective in
Australia, Indonesia and Russia.
The update on where specific countries are regarding
derivatives market reforms also shows just two jurisdictions
have fully enforced central clearing – Japan and China
– five years after the G20 summit in Pittsburgh.
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