Deal would bring an end long running equivalence debate
The top regulators in the US and Europe have said they
continue to talk about Europe's recognition of US clearing
houses and they remain confident of reaching a long-awaited
agreement on this contentious issues.
Speaking at the FIA conference in Boca Raton, Sven Gentner,
a counselor at the European Union, and Mark Wetjen, a
commissioner at the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission,
said they were making progress on so-called equivalence of the
US with Europe.
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