US clearing giant has backed planned changes to data sharing rules
Global trade repository the Depository
Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) welcomed on Monday
amendments to the Dodd-Frank Act to eliminate barriers to
overseas regulators accessing data held in US swap data
The US administration and Congress signed
into law on Friday legislation that removes
Dodd-Frank’s controversial indemnification
The rules require overseas regulators to
sign agreements confirming they will abide by confidentiality
requirements and will indemnify the SDR and US regulators for
any expenses arising from litigation relating to the
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