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28 January 2013

OTC Derivatives Readiness Guide: Business and Regulatory Requirements for Asset Managers and Other End Users Under Title VII

Woodbine Associates, the capital markets consulting firm (http://www.woodbineassociates.com), announces the release of its latest report, “OTC Derivatives Readiness Guide: Business and Regulatory Requirements for Asset Managers and Other End Users Under Title VII,” which comprehensively examines the business and regulatory requirements for asset managers, hedge funds, and other end users in the newly regulated OTC derivative markets. The report details the key business, operational and technology requirements firms face and provides a clear, concise framework to assess Title VII readiness.The report is a “soup-to-nuts” guide and checklist for buy-side firms to use in assessing their readiness to transact under Title VII. It examines key issues confronting senior trading and operations personnel. The report provides a road map for end users to establish relationships and prepare operational infrastructure to function optimally within the new framework.

The report is a “soup-to-nuts” guide and checklist for buy-side firms to use in assessing their readiness to transact under Title VII. It examines key issues confronting senior trading and operations personnel. The report provides a road map for end users to establish relationships and prepare operational infrastructure to function optimally within the new framework.

The report focuses on end user requirements in seven key areas:

  • Centrally Cleared Swaps
  • Bilateral Non-cleared Swaps
  • Execution
  • Pre-trade Analysis and Product Selection
  • Collateral Management and Post Trade Processing
  • Reporting and Recordkeeping
  • Specific Entity Requirements

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