Derivatives Clearing Organizations Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

A Derivatives Clearing Organization (DCO) is an entity or system whereby the credit of the clearing organization is substituted for the credit of the parties to a transaction. The purpose of these entities is to... more +
A Derivatives Clearing Organization (DCO) is an entity or system whereby the credit of the clearing organization is substituted for the credit of the parties to a transaction. The purpose of these entities is to mutualize or transfer credit risk among participants to a transaction. The term derivatives clearing organization was defined under the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000.  less -
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Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume VIII, Issue 45

In this issue: - SEC Chair Mary Jo White Outlines Potential Changes to “Accredited Investor” Definition - CFTC Issues Final Rules for Systemically Important Derivatives Clearing Organizations - CFTC...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review - December 3, 2012

In This Issue: - Financial Industry Developments · CFTC Final Rule on Clearing of Credit Default Swaps and Interest Rate Swaps · Fed, Treasury Proposed Amendments to Bank Secrecy Act Definitions...more

Dodd-Frank Financial Reform: Potential Impacts to ISDA and Other Trading Contracts

Discussion Topics •General Overview of the Dodd-Frank Act •Title VII of the Dodd Frank Act: Impact on OTC Derivatives and Energy Trading •Definitions and applicability •Mandatory clearing •Registration...more

Dodd-Frank Bill Reshapes Businesses

The passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Bill”) represents the most ambitious and thorough regulatory reform of the laws governing the financial industry since the Great Depression....more

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