Regulators will struggle to make sense of derivatives market data if trade information is reported to different trade data repositories in multiple locations, according to Roy Havemann, chief director of financial stability and banking at South Africa’s National Treasury, who spoke on a panel at Risk magazine’s Risk Johannesburg conference last week.
Alongside the central clearing of over-the-counter derivatives, new rules also require that counterparties report these deals to repositories, whic
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