Central counterparties for over-the-counter derivatives
AbstractWider use of central counterparties (CCPs) for over-the-counter derivatives has the potential to improve market resilience by lowering counterparty risk and increasing transparency. However, CCPs alone are not sufficient to ensure the resilience and efficiency of derivatives markets.
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Volume (Year): (2009)
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