Five US agencies have set margin levels for banks trading non-cleared swaps
US regulators are set to implement new rules to force
investment banks to put up assets as collateral on their
non-cleared derivatives, a major feature in the Dodd Frank
The proposed rule from the Federal Reserve Board and four
other US agencies would set minimum margin requirements for
banks’ swap trades that are transacted away from
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