Esma said there are inconsistencies in how regulators oversee clearing houses
Europe has published a damning report on
the lack of consistency between European regulators in their
oversight of clearing houses, exposing a big issue for Europe
as focus intensifies globally on the resiliency of clearing
The European Securities and Markets
Authority (Esma) published late on Thursday a peer review of
the national regulators of 12 of the largest European Union
member states and their oversight of the largest 17 European
clearing houses, also known as central counterparties
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