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15 August 2014

One Great Big Risk? To Clear or Not to Clear

Miles Reucroft, Thomas Murray

There is a prevailing attitude among global regulators that central clearing is the silver bullet to the previous financial woes. But concentrating risk from around the markets in one place could lead to a disaster. Deciding which products should and should not be cleared, and what collateral can be posted against those trades, is key to avoiding a crisis, ... rest of story...

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