Collaboration needed on FX options clearing

Robert Gray at Dion Global Solutions
Rob Gray, Dion Global Solutions

In 2009, the Group of 20 nations called for all standardised over-the-counter derivatives to be centrally cleared by the end of 2012, with the intention of de-risking the markets. Sensibly, regulators have put in place a staggered implementation requirement so that banks and brokers can deploy the necessary technology and processes to centrally clear relatively straightforward derivatives instruments before moving on to more complex asset classes.

Despite the bilateral nature of the OTC

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