Post-trade risk assessment is poised to grow in importance and deserves the attention of traders as clearing information becomes more available, according to panelists who spoke at the North American Trading Architecture Summit this week in New York.
With clearing at the front of many financial minds today, pre-trade risk has taken center stage in the broader conversation about risk management—particularly as it relates to credit extenders like futures commissions merchants (FCMs) and to custody of contracts. Yet attendees of the North American Trading Architecture Summit focused on the other end of the trade lifecycle, post-trade risk—assessment...
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