Chair calls on Asian regulators to take more active role in benchmark reform
Timothy Massad, chair
of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, is eyeing
cross-border consensus on margin requirements for uncleared
swaps and hopes to cut a deal between the US, Europe and Japan
in the coming months.
In a speech to the Futures Industry
Association in Tokyo on Wednesday, the chairman said one of the
biggest tasks facing global regulators was agreeing common
margin requirements for uncleared swaps.
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