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Global Derivatives Regulatory Issues



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Regulatory Issues

  1. Bail Ins
  2. Capital
  3. Central Clearing
  4. Client Money and Assets
  5. Collateral Directive
  6. Corporate Governance
  7. CRAs
  8. CRD4/CRR (fourth Capital Requirements Directive and Capital Requirements Regulation)
  9. CSDs
  10. Depositories
  11. Dodd Frank
  12. EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation) approved 29 March 2012
  13. FTT (financial transaction tax)
  14. Investor and Depositor Protection
  15. MAD2 (Market Abuse Directive)
  16. MAR (Market Abuse Regulation)
  17. Market abuse
  18. MiFID2/MiFIR (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation)
  19. Recovery Fund
  20. Remuneration
  21. RRPs
  22. Securities Law Directive
  23. SEPA Migration
  24. Short selling
  25. Solvency II
  26. T2S
  27. UCITS (Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities)
  28. Volcker Rule

Derivatives Key Global Organisations


FSB (Financial Stability Board)


BCBS (Basel Committee on Banking Supervision)

IOSCO (International Organisation of Securities Commissions)

AIS (International Association of Insurance Supervisors)

IASB (International Accounting Standards Board)

CGFS (Committee on the Global Financial System)

CPSS (Committee on Payment and Settlement System)

FATF (OECD Financial Action Task Force)

ESA (European Supervisory Authorities)

ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority)


Last updated June 2012


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