Derivatives Clearing Organizations Derivatives

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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EU Clearing Obligation for Interest Rate Derivatives and NDFs

On 1 October 2014, ESMA published two papers on draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) for the clearing of OTC derivatives under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (648/2012) (EMIR)...more

Clearing Derivative Transactions in the EU: What You Need To Know

Key Highlights: ..All counterparties within scope of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (“EMIR”) and subject to the clearing obligation will soon be required to centrally clear their applicable derivatives...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume IX, Issue 40

In this issue: - SEC Division of Corporation Finance Issues New C&DI Related to Rule 147 and Website/Social Media Use - Director of SEC Division of Corporation Finance Gives Speech on Securities...more

CFTC Extends Relief to DCOs and Their Clearing Members from Requirements for CDS Clearing-Related Swaps

On September 29, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Division of Market Oversight (DMO) issued No-Action Letter No. 14-119 extending no-action relief previously granted to derivatives clearing organizations (DCOs),...more

ESMA Plans Phased-in Approach to EMIR OTC Derivatives Clearing

The European Regulation on Derivative Transactions, Central Counterparties and Trade Repositories (known as the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (“EMIR”)) requires counterparties to clear over-the-counter (“OTC”)...more

CFTC Issues Final Rules for Systemically Important Derivatives Clearing Organizations

On November 15, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission finalized rules establishing additional standards for systemically important derivatives clearing organizations (SIDCOs). Designed to be consistent with the Principles...more

Legal Alert: New CFTC Rules Provide Broad Enhancement of Protections for Customers of FCMs - But at a Cost

On October 30, 2013, in a 3-1 vote, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC or the Commission) approved final rules that significantly strengthen the protections afforded to customers of futures commission merchants...more

CFTC to Host Roundtable on Enhancing Customer Funds Protection

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission staff will host a public roundtable to discuss the CFTC’s proposed rulemaking, “Enhancing Protections Afforded Customers and Customer Funds Held by Futures Commission Merchants and...more

Avoiding Armageddon: Resolution Regimes for Central Clearing Counterparties

The September 2009 resolutions of the G20 nations at their Pittsburgh summit, as to the compulsory centralised clearing of standardised over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, paved the way for the creation of some of the biggest...more

CFTC Proposal for Enhanced FCM and DCO Protections

On October 23, the CFTC proposed new regulations and amendments to existing regulations to enhance protections for customers and to strengthen safeguards for the holding of money, securities, and other property deposited by...more

Focus on Private Equity -- Issue 2, October 2012

In This Issue: Excerpt from Year-End Tax Planning Steps for Private Equity The last time the Bush tax cuts were set to expire at the end of 2010, we saw numerous clients scrambling to execute end-of-the-year...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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