In this issue of The Delta Report, we bring you further updates on developments in the global derivatives space. In Europe, the focus is on Brexit and the newly-released EU final regulatory standards on the valuation of derivatives for the purpose of bail-in. We also highlight recent rulings of the US Bankruptcy Court and German Federal Court which impact CDO transactions and netting clauses under German law respectively. Across the globe, we continue to provide insight to the latest regulatory developments.
Developments in the Americas
- CFTC Approves Final Rule Removing Trade Option Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements for Commercial End Users
- CFTC Issues Final Rules on Cross-Border Uncleared Swap Margin Requirements
- Implementing Dodd-Frank: Current Status of SEC Mandatory Rulemaking
- CFTC and SEC Propose to Exclude Certain Electric Power Capacity and Natural Gas Peaking Contracts from "Swaps" Definition
- US Bankruptcy Court Enforces CDO Transaction Flip Clauses
Developments in Europe
- Brexit – Implications for the Derivatives Market
- Bail-in – Valuation of Derivative Contracts
- Ruling of German Federal Court on Netting Rules under the German DRV file no. IX ZR 314/14
- The EMIR Clearing Obligation Update - Where Are We?
- European Margin Rules for Non-Cleared OTC Derivatives – Inching Towards the Finish Line
- Contractual Recognition of Bail-in and the ISDA Article 55 BRRD Protocol
Developments in Asia
- OTC Derivatives Reporting and Clearing in Hong Kong – A Snapshot
- Proposed Margin Requirements for Uncleared OTC Derivatives in Singapore
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