Weekly Roundup | Regulation | 22 Oct 2013

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Lack of Cross-Border Swaps Clarity Starts to Bite

Buyside firms are moving their trading in privately negotiated derivatives away from US banks to avoid being caught by aggressive US derivatives reforms. Financial News: Lack of cross-border swaps clarity starts to bite

IOSCO Outlook Report: More Interesting Than It Sounds

IOSCO has presented its Risk Outlook, the first of an annual series.  The 84 page report aims to highlight important systemic risks and trends in the global securities market. Regulatory Reform Wordpress blog: IOSCO Outlook Report: more interesting than it sounds

Regulatory Radar

The Moody’s Analytics Regulatory Radar is a proprietary tool developed to monitor regulations in the immediate and medium term, across market segments and jurisdictions. Moody's Analytics: Regulatory Radar

The True Scale of Global OTC Swap Reform

When the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd Frank) was passed back in July 2010, you could be forgiven for thinking that this was the regulation for global OTC swap reform. John Philpott blog: The True Scale of Global OTC Swap Reform

European Fund Managers Face Hefty Compliance Costs

European asset managers will spend between US$900 million and US$1.5 billion over the next three years, exclusive of headcount, to comply with new regulations raising the spectre of cost constraints and consolidation, according to research from global custodian BNY Mellon. Globalcustody.net: European Fund Managers Face Hefty Compliance Costs

Asic Hopeful of Receiving Substituted Compliance from CFTC

Australian securities regulator positive about receiving US approval for the domestic regulatory regime. Risk.net: Asic hopeful of receiving substituted compliance from CFTC.

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