Reports have estimated the cost of uncleared derivatives at about $300bn
New rules that require banks to post cash and certain assets
as collateral for their uncleared derivatives could cost as
much as $300bn, according to trade estimates.
On Thursday the US Federal Reserve Board (FRB) and four
other regulatory agencies approved the minimum margin rules set
out in the IOSCO 2013 framework.
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