Post-trade lead Planta made the comments at Burgenstock on Wednesday
The European Securities and Markets
Authority (Esma) on Wednesday, said the ongoing consultation on
its clearing house margin collection rules is a step towards a
more compatible regime to the US.
Speaking at the Swiss Futures and Options
Association’s Burgenstock Conference, Fabrizio
Planta, team leader of post trading at Esma, said the latest
consultation was "related to the equivalence decision and the
fact in the US regime we see some benefits also in terms of
"What we want to get out of this
consultation is data and also evidence to see whether this is
the right approach to follow… This is already a move
from our side towards a regime that is more compatible with the
US regime. We hope to see the US also moving on the prop
account," he added.
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