The phased approach to trade reporting could spell success for Asian regulators
have learnt from the experiences of US and European authorities
with the onset of the trade reporting regime by gradually
implementing it through phases, according to an executive at
the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC).
The reporting of
derivatives trades in Asia first began in Japan in April 2013,
and since then regulators in the region have gradually phased
in the requirement.
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