International regulators have made CCP stress testing a key priority for 2015
The European Central bank has admitted
that more work needs to be done to fully understand the
implications of central counterparties taking a more prominent
role in the financial markets.
The G20 agreement of 2009 required the
largely unregulated over-the-counter markets to start using
central counterparties (CCPs) and this is now slowly taking
effect across the world’s key regional
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