Clearing and Central Counterparties
Chapter 6: Reforming the reform
The sixth chapter discusses the current regulatory reform plans in Europe, to redraft EMIR (EMIR II) and create a recovery and resolution regulation for CCPs. It discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed recovery and resolution for CCPs in light of the overall objectives of the G20 in the wake of the financial crisis, as well as further addressing challenges the EU and United States are facing: Brexit and a (potential) reform of Dodd-Frank.
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